Melania told friends she had 'no interest' in returning to White House

 January 25, 2024

As speculation swirls over Melania Trump's plans for the future, a friend claims that she has "no interest" in returning to the White House alongside her husband.

"Being the first lady again is not what she wants. For her, it was a chapter and it's over," the person told CNN.

The CNN report is from 2021, when President Trump's political career was at a low point following the chaos of January 6th.

Whatever Melania might have told friends years ago, her views seem to have evolved with changing circumstances in the world of politics and in her own life.

Melania's plans...

Sources told PageSix recently that she is ready to commit herself to the role of First Lady again now that her son, Barron, is all grown up.

Melania "realizes it’s her time to join the ranks of historic first ladies and leave her mark on history… She feels better prepared for her potential role the second time around," a source told PageSix.

Her husband has also experienced a remarkable political comeback, despite or perhaps because of the relentless efforts of his enemies to knock him out.

Despite multiple indictments, Trump is seen as a serious threat to Biden's re-election and Democrats are concerned about Trump returning to Washington as a "dictator."

Meanwhile, Trump is running away with his party's nomination for the presidency after dominating early primary contests in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Change of heart?

His elusive wife's absence from the campaign trail has led to speculation that she has lost interest in his political career.

Recently, Melania has been preoccupied with the devastating loss of her mother, Amalija Knavs. Melania delivered a eulogy at the funeral last week.

President Trump told Fox News that his wife shares his desire to "make America great again" and the country will see a lot more of her in the near future.

"She's gonna play, and she always did play a big role," he said. "She was somebody that you could rely on. She's very smart, a very compassionate person...she wants to make America Great again, too."

"And I would rely on her for advice. I think she's going to be very active in the sense of being active, at the same time, I don't want my family to be too active because they did such a great job last time," he said.

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