Trump shock: FLOTUS reveals heartbreaking Valentine’s Day tradition without Trump | World | News

Trump shock: FLOTUS reveals heartbreaking Valentine’s Day tradition without Trump | World | News 45

The First Lady shared a post on both her Instagram and Twitter accounts which revealed her annual tradition. Melania was pictured attending the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to visit the patients and their siblings.

The wife of POTUS Donald Trump, made her visit to the facility on Valentine’s Day.

To celebrate the day of love, she took with her heart-emblazoned cards, festive cookies, and heart wreaths.

The adorable gifts encouraged the children to get in the spirit of the holiday.

Melania attended the NIH program in both 2018 and 2019.

While there, she reportedly spent time with patients she encountered during previous visits.

Melania took to her social media accounts to share the visit.

Both Twitter and Instagram accounts include multiple photos of the FLOTUS fittingly dressed in red wearing stilettos.

The photos show her taking part in arts and crafts with the children.

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But former POTUS Barack Obama write an adorable message to Michelle Obama.

He said: “Happy Valentine’s Day to my forever dance partner.”

Melania’s Instagram post garnered over 100,000 likes and more than 1500 comments.

Her Twitter post also received over 25,000 likes.

Many people supported Melania for making the visit on Valentine’s Day.

One user said: “I love the @FLOTUS she shows the best of America.”

Asmaa said: How beautiful is our First Lady sharing her love! Happy Valentine’s Day my First Lady.”

Deb commented on Twitter: “We love you, First Lady Melania. God bless you.

“You are a role model for our children and all women. Your heart overflows with love.”

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