Melania Spends V-Day with Children of NIH

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A Valentine’s Day Tradition

Melania took to Twitter today to share her Valentine’s Day plans… but not with Donald Trump!

“Spending time at @TheChildrensInn with the inspiring & beautiful children of @NIH on #ValentinesDay has become a treasured tradition of mine,” she said. “It was a wonderful day to share love & kindness with these strong warriors!”

The Children’s Inn – located in Bethesda, Maryland – is a private, non-profit residential building for families with sick children to stay while participating in research with the National Institute of Health. Staying at the facility is free of charge.

This is the third Valentine’s Day Melania has decided to spend with the children and families – and CEO Jennie Lucca is grateful. “We are so honored that the First Lady has chosen to spend Valentine’s Day with the children and families of The Children’s Inn once again this year,’ Lucca said.

During her visit, the first lady seemed to enjoy her time making Valentine’s Day cards, cookies and heart wreaths with the kids. Here’s to hoping she’ll spend the next four years keeping the tradition alive!

Upcoming Events


Another Trip to Mar-a-Lago

Melania headed to Palm Beach National Airport with Donald Trump Friday evening on the way to their sunny Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. According to the president’s public schedule, the couple are set to arrive around 7 p.m. 

On Saturday evening, the Trump campaign will hold a fundraising event at billionaire Nelson Peltz’s oceanfront home, just a few miles down the road from Mar-a-Lago.

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Throwbacks


Ivanka Trump at the amfAR New York Gala – Cipriani Wall Street in New York on February 11, 2015

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