FLOTUS Celebrates 50th Birthday Amid Lockdown

jason kraus

by Daveda Gruber:

During this time of uncertainty and stressful lockdowns, many people still have birthdays. Our beautiful and classy First Lady of the United States turned fifty years old on Sunday, April 26th.

According to the First Lady’s chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, Melania will spend her birthday in the White House.

Melania Trump was born on April 26, 1970 in the former Yugoslavia, which is now Slovenia. After moving to the United States for her career in modeling, she was married to then businessman Donald J. Trump in the year 2005.

The couple share a son, Barron Trump who was born in 2006.

During her time as the First Lady, Melania has launched her “Be Best” initiative to steer children away from cyberbullying and drug use.

During this time coronavirus (COVID-19), she’s using her platform to encourage the American people to practice social distancing and do whatever they can to help those on the front lines of this coronavirus by sending care packages to hospitals.

There were many who wished her well on social media. Twitter has been buzzing with tweets to Melania, including her husband, President Trump.

Trump tweeted:

My response to this tweet was:

A response from the black community was represented by a great patriot, Terrence K. Williams:

The deplorable crowd were there with well wishes for our FLOTUS.

A couple of friends of mine tweeted these:

We cannot stop the hate because haters will always hate. The negative tweets are just not worth my time or effort.

Happy Birthday Melania! Those of us who are not obsessed with hate, actually love you!

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