With US President Donald Trump refusing to bow in the recently concluded presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden, sources say First Lady Melania Trump “ wants to go home. ”
According to sources, while Melania “publicly agrees” with the sentiment of the President of the United States, “the first lady commissioned an emissary to discreetly find out what was available to her in terms of budget and staffing for life. post-White House “.
“She just wants to go home,” said a source familiar with Melania’s mindset, adding that it might not “turn out well” if the future president announces his bid to take over the White House again in 2024.
The American media outlet reported that while there are “ presidential benefits ” for such things for the outgoing commander-in-chief, budgets to set up an official office and staff and cover some travel costs, there is nothing from the government for any first lady. . , you save a paltry pension of $ 20,000 a year, paid only if your husband dies.
Melania Trump is focused on her legacy and is considering a book, although it would not be a memoir, but she is “toying” with the idea of writing a book centered on photographs.
“Ms. Trump is focused on her role as first lady. On Monday she revealed her most current effort to preserve the White House by announcing the completion of the tennis pavilion. She also recently unveiled a new piece of art in the recently renovated Rose Garden. “Your office just revealed this year’s Christmas decorations. Her schedule remains filled with her duties as a mother, wife and first lady of the United States, “the first lady’s chief of staff, Stephanie Grisham, told CNN.
A source said Melania Trump is now focused on Mar-a-Lago “ensuring a smooth transition out of Washington for her and her 14-year-old son, Barron.” The source further said that the First Lady “is already overseeing shipments of personal items to Mar-a-Lago from the White House and her Trump Tower penthouse in New York City.”
Biden is being projected as the winner of the US presidential election after he secured the state of Pennsylvania to push him past the required 270 Electoral College vote mark.
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