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Even as her husband continues to contest the election results, first lady Melania Trump’s days in the White House are numbered. The outgoing first lady is reportedly looking at schools in Florida in preparation for her exit from the presidential residence in January.
People familiar with the matter revealed that Melania may be looking at schools in Florida for her son Barron Trump to attend following their exit from the White House in January. This has further fueled speculation that the Trumps may be residing at Mar-a-Lago full time after their White House stint. Even as the Trumps are expected to be staying at the private resort full time in January, analysts have said that the state is a good choice as they have a lot of support there.
The Trumps are often seen traveling to Mar-a-Lago with the outgoing president spending 200 days of his term at the private resort. Trump won the state’s electoral votes in the recent US election with 51.7 percent of the vote while Joe Biden received 47.9 percent. In their initial residence in New York, Biden received the state’s electoral votes instead with a 60.9 percent victory and Trump received 37.8 percent of the votes. Trump has also used the resort to host foreign officials that visited the US with Japan’s former prime minister Shinzo Abe being one of them.
Even as she has a little over a month left until she leaves the White House, Melania continues to uphold her Be Best initiative. The outgoing first lady recently addressed the attendees of the Marine Toys for Tots Drive at the Joint Base - Anacostia-Bolling. Melania stressed the importance of being kind to one another especially in this holiday season. Christmas this year has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has now seen over 280,000 Americans dead.
“Remember that small acts of kindness such as calling your friends and neighbors and making holiday cards for nursing homes can go a long way in spreading cheer and helping those struggling with change,” said Melania. “Let’s all do our part to be best during these difficult times.”