Melania Trump Talks About Her Parenting Skills Revealing How She Teaches Her Son, Barron, Right From Wrong
The forum, which was held at Liberty University in Lynchburg, was designed to promote her ‘Be Best’ campaign.
The discussions were primarily focused on improving the public's knowledge about the opioid epidemic, which the first lady described as "the worst drug crisis in America history."
Interestingly, her discussions took a personal turn when Melania mentioned that she has educated her son about the hazards of opioids and other drugs.
The First Lady did not speak only on her official capacity, but also as a mother. She said she teaches her son what is right and what is wrong, and further revealed that her son doesn't have social media because he is more interested in sports.
Surprisingly, the First Lady entertained spontaneous questions from the audience; and she had a ready response for almost all of the questions.
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When asked about her opinion concerning the backlash social media users meted on her because of the new Christmas decoration at her residence, she replied that people's taste differs, and to her, her decorations are beautiful.
Melania also spoke about how she and Donald Trump manage to create time for each other despite their tight schedule.
She revealed that they make an effort to have dinner together at their residence and simultaneously talk about how their day went.
However, Mrs. Trump wasn't quick to answer whether she gives her chef a night off in order to celebrate the festivities with his own family.
Her response was in the negative, which she attributed to her busy schedule. Nonetheless, she mentioned that she'll take on the duty sometime in the future when she becomes less busy.
Although she spoke just a little about her family, it was truly interesting and we look forward to more of such discussions from the First Lady!
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