Now that we have Melania Trump as the First Lady of the United States, America is saving twice the amount of money than having Michelle Obama.
Melania Trump definitely doesn’t need to over compensate for anything. She is highly intelligent, full of grace and easily one of the most beautiful First Ladies in U.S. history.
Unfortunately the Democrats and the Media’s bias towards Donald Trump has caused them to unfairly criticize Melania as well. They would rather mock her accent and her appearance than focus on anything that would cast her in a positive light. Something Donald Trump supporters have grown accustomed to seeing. They are disgusted by the Media’s bombardment of constant propaganda and negative coverage.
Aside from just saving our tax dollars from being completely wasted, Melania Trump also has patriot pride for America. She said becoming a citizen of the United States was the greatest privilege on planet Earth. Compare this to Michelle Obama saying “For the first time in my adult life, I am really proud of my country.” when her husband was elected.
Melania Trump says becoming a citizen is “The Greatest Privelage on Planet Earth”
Melania Trump takes an active role in addressing the opioid crisis
Melania Trump recently help a very successful roundtable discussion on the opioid crisis. She met with treatment advocates, families and first responders at the White House to collaborate on solutions. Melania said: “I’m here today to listen and learn from all of your stories and hope you will feel free to give me your thoughts and opinions on how best I can help…These are not statistics…These are our children, our nieces and nephews, our friends. This is no longer someone else’s kids, someone else’s co-worker, someone else’s community. Everyone in this country is impacted by drug addiction and by the opioid crisis.”
President Donald Trump has declared the opioid crisis a national emergency and is currently drawing up the paperwork to make it official. He campaigned on addressing this issue in several states with high overdose deaths and drug abuse. Trump said recently: “The opioid crisis is an emergency, and I’m saying officially right now it is an emergency…It’s a national emergency. We’re going to spend a lot of time, a lot of effort and a lot of money on the opioid crisis…We’re going to draw it up and we’re going to make it a national emergency. It is a serious problem the likes of which we have never had.”
The National Institute on Drug Abuse released data on September 7th that predicts the addiction epidemic in the United States will continue to grow, bringing drug deaths to an estimated 71,600 for 2017. If the estimation holds true, drug deaths will surpass U.S. casualties from the Vietnam War for the second year in a row.
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