• Melania Trump reportedly asks the White House kitchen staff to prepare healthier meals for the president

    1 month ago - By Chron

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    First lady Melania Trump reportedly asks the White House kitchen staff to prepare healthier meals for her husband President Donald Trump, according to The New York Times.
    The president reportedly would prefer to have two scoops of ice cream for dessert.
    But Trump has reportedly changed some of his diet, as he now is eating more fish, salad, and soup.
    First lady Melania Trump reportedly asks the White House kitchen staff to prepare healthier meals for her husband President Donald Trump, according to The New York Times.
    However, despite the first...
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  • Melania reportedly bought modern furniture for the White House, and then Trump replaced it while she was gone with gilded, 'Louis XIV' style pieces

    Melania reportedly bought modern furniture for the White House, and then Trump replaced it while she was gone with gilded, 'Louis XIV' style pieces

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    A new report claims that first lady Melania Trump tried to outfit the White House with modern furniture, but that her husband quickly replaced those items with pieces in his favored Rococo style.
    The claim was made by two people familiar with the episode who spoke with The New York Times for a report on Melania published Friday.
    The first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, told The Times that decorating the White House was a joint effort between Mr. and Mrs. Trump.
    When President Donald Trump moved into the White House in January 2017, his wife stayed behind in New York for a few...
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  • Trump reportedly warned Melania against launching an anti-cyberbullying campaign because of his own Twitter habits, but she insisted on doing it anyway

    Trump reportedly warned Melania against launching an anti-cyberbullying campaign because of his own Twitter habits, but she insisted on doing it anyway

    1 month ago - By Business Insider

    President Donald Trump reportedly advised first lady Melania Trump against creating her anti-cyberbullying "Be Best" campaign because of his own Twitter habits.
    Melania went ahead with the initiative and was "willing to face the criticism," according to a recent New York Times profile of the first lady.
    The "Be Best" campaign has struggled to gain much traction since its launch in May.
    President Donald Trump advised first lady Melania against creating her anti-cyberbullying "Be Best" campaign, knowing she'd have to face criticism of his own tendencies to attack and insult his enemies on...
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