- First lady Melania Trump focused on finishing a photo project for her coffee table book as a crowd of Trump supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, A. CNN Report.
- A White House source told news outlets that Melania – who has not yet commented on the events – is mentally “under examination” and does not want to “get involved” anymore.
- The first lady and Trump’s older children have been avoiding the spotlight since the outbreak of violence this week.
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While pictures of a violent crowd storming the US Capitol were consuming the airwaves, First Lady Melania Trump was focusing on getting a photo session at the White House. According to a CNN report.
It is said that the first lady Work on a coffee table book About the restored decorative elements in the President’s home and she was moderating a photo session for the project where the violent events erupted just two miles away.
“Pictures of the carpets and other items were taken in the Executive Residence and the East Wing,” a source familiar with the first lady’s agenda told CNN.
But with news that Trump supporters had stormed the Capitol, it was reported that Melania – along with White House President Timothy Harlith – was focused solely on getting the job done.
When aides asked her if she wanted to make a statement calling for peace and quiet, the first lady chose not to say anything and was silent.
Another source in the White House told CNN that this was because she was “examined” mentally and “is not in a place mentally or emotionally anymore where she wants to participate.”
Melania was already planning to leave the White House several weeks ago. While sources close to CNN previously said that she “just wants to go home.”
The first lady has been avoiding the spotlight since a crowd of Trump supporters surrounded the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
Hooligans wanted to stop Counting the Electoral College votes Which confirms President-elect Joe Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump in the November 2020 elections. Although lawmakers had to be evacuated to safety because the mob stormed the Senate hall, the vote continued after several hours.
“It was an honor to serve the country in the White House. I am very proud to be part of Mrs. Trump’s mission to help children everywhere, and proud of the many accomplishments of this administration.” Gresham told ABC News.
White House Social Secretary Anna Christina “Ricky” Nisita also resigned on Wednesday. Both Gresham and Nikita were among the longest-serving officials in the Trump administration.