A Warm Welcome to the First Lady of Ecuador
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A Trip to Washington // Another Trade Deal
A warm welcome to President Lenin Moreno Garcés and First Lady Rocio González de Moreno of the Republic of Ecuador!
Melania and President Trump invited the pair to Washington on Wednesday. The visit, according to a statement by the White House, was an opportunity to cultivate a new bilateral relationship between the United States and Ecuador.
More specifically, Trump and Moreno were expected to discuss the kindling of a trade deal together – an opportunity that wasn’t possible under the reign of leftist Rafael Correa. According to an article written by the U.S. News & World Report, Moreno has “welcomed U.S. cooperation on security, economic and cultural issues.” Moreno stated he also wanted to discuss topics including organized crime, corruption and drug trafficking.
While the two leaders kept busy, Melania took a stroll around the White House with First Lady Rocio. Pictured above, she’s seen wearing a python-print Salvatore Ferragamo pencil skirt worth $7,700. She paired the statement piece with a long green coat, suede stilettos and a fitted white shirt.
Lara to Host “Keep America Great” Event in Colorado
Are you ready for it? Lara is back on the campaign trail – and we’re left seriously wondering if she ever takes a breather!
The KAG event, which is being held at the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center in Aurora, Colorado, is scheduled for February 19 at 6 p.m. MST. You can register up to two tickets per mobile number by clicking here.
The event will occur just one day before President Trump’s rally at The Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs. You can register for the rally by clicking here.
Lights, Camera, Action
First Lady Melania Trump Hosts Students at the White House Movie Theater
The White House made this short video to commemorate Cornerstone DC students’ visit with our first lady last week! As part of her #BeBest program, Melania hosted a movie session with the children to watch “Hidden Figures” and celebrate the beginning of Black History Month.
Melania arriving in style at a New York City gala – 2005
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