Melania Trump Makes Rare Appearance Outside Trump Tower

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Hello everyone! Today, we’re diving into some juicy details about the dynamic between the current and former First Ladies, Jill Biden and Melania Trump. Jill Biden, who has become a more prominent figure since President Joe Biden’s challenging debate performance, is now facing criticism from Melania Trump.

Melania, known for forging her own path as First Lady and largely stepping away from politics since 2021, has some pointed views about Jill’s role. According to her former chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, Melania remarked, “I don’t need to stand by Donald like Jill Biden; it is like she’s holding Joe Biden up.”

After the debate, Jill Biden offered Joe Biden comforting words and praises, some likened to mothering. The Daily Beast highlighted her post-debate comments: “Joe, you did such a good job. You answered every question, you knew all the facts. Let me ask the crowd—what did Trump do? Lie.”

Freddy Gray of The Spectator noted Jill Biden’s determination to overlook the criticisms of Joe’s physical and mental decline, focusing instead on his character and heart. Meanwhile, Miranda Devine from the New York Post critiqued Jill’s actions, suggesting she behaves as if she’s the candidate, to the detriment of her husband and the country.

“She is the keeper of Biden delusions,” she wrote, likening her “gratingly patronizing tone” after the debate to “a nursery schoolteacher who hates kids.”

Devine accused Jill of maintaining Joe’s delusions with a patronizing tone that doesn’t align with reality. She wrote, “She’s not helping her husband or the country. She increasingly is being blamed for Joe’s decision to run for re-election and refusal to step aside.”

On the other hand, Melania Trump’s future plans, should Donald Trump return to the White House, appear to be quite different. According to Page Six, Melania has made it clear she won’t be a full-time First Lady. She plans to split her time between Washington D.C. and New York City, especially if their son Barron attends New York University.

A source mentioned that Melania prioritizes being a hands-on mother and intends to spend part of every month in NYC to support Barron. She is concerned about the attention and stress he might face as the son of a president in a predominantly Democratic city.