Melania Trump made her first sit-down interview after leaving the White House Sunday, hinting at a possible return to Washington in 2024.
In an interview at Mar-a-Lago with Fox and Friends, Trump said she loved living in Washington, D.C., “taking care of the White House,” and that being first lady was her “greatest achievement.”
“I believe we accomplished a lot in the last four years of Trump’s presidency. It was my home for a time. It was an honor to call it [my] house. To live there was a joy,” she added.
“And maybe it could be yours again?” asked host Pete Hegseth.
“Never say never,” she responded, smiling.
Melania described the state of the nation as “sad,” and that a lot of people are “struggling and suffering” in today’s world.
“I hope things change fase,” she said. “It’s terrible to see a shortage of baby formula in the United States, and I do believe current leadership is at fault,” she continued.
Hegseth also asked her to respond to the fact that she has never been on Vogue’s cover, despite President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden, VP Kamala Harris, and failed presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton having pictures.
“They’re biased, they have dislikes and likes. It’s very obvious, and I think Americans and all other people see it. It was their choice, and I had better things to do while in the White House than be on the cover of Vogue,’” she said in response.
Since leaving the White House, Melania Trump has been busy “keeping it interesting” and “everybody is doing very well,” according to her husband. He called her life “excellent” since then, claiming that she is “keeping it active” and “everyone is doing really nicely.”
“I’ve been working on my NFT projects since I left the White House,” she continued. “Some of the funds will be used to provide educational possibilities for former foster kids who are aging out of the system.”
Will Donald Trump return in 2024? It’s anyone’s guess but given the rallies he has had, we would put money on a 2024 campaign.