Melania Shows Michelle The Classy Way To Honor American First Responder Heroes At Gala Last Night


President Trump and First Lady Melania visited recently and handed out food and water to survivors, showing their support as Florida begins to rebuild.

Now FLOTUS has warmed hearts again speaking Thursday at a gala event for the White House Historical Association. As Washington Examiner is reporting, Melania made it clear just how much she appreciates those who put their lives on the line when she called Hurricane Irma’s first responders “guardian angels.”

“Spending time with the first responders in Texas and Louisiana days ago warmed our hearts to see so many in such a desperate situation responding with kindness, charity, and resolve,” FLOTUS said.

“We saw first responders, some of whom went from Harvey’s aftermath directly to the path of Irma helping those in need and serving as guardian angels to those left with only prayers and hope,” the first lady said. “We saw so many who lost so much in these past weeks, a family member, a friend, their first home, or treasured keepsakes.”

Melania said she was deeply inspired by “the true spirit of this nation, an unwavering commitment to overcome, to rebuild, and to renew what was swept away.”

Melania made the comments at a gala for the White House Historical Association, which was founded by Jackie Kennedy. Prior to her remarks, POTUS commented that Melania is “the star of the Trump family.”


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