Melania Trump Hints Second Term as First Lady 

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Melania Trump, the former first lady hinted that she would return to the White House in her first interview since leaving the White House, as former President Donald Trump hints a reelection campaign in 2024. Melania Trump told in an interview that we accomplished a lot in four years of the Trump administration. She said: “Never say never” when asked if she would live in the White House again if her husband ran for reelection.

Melania Trump, the former first lady also mentioned her NFT projects in the first interview since leaving the white house. The former first lady has launched and sold various non-fungible tokens, which are digital collectibles that are authenticated by the blockchain and are often works of digital art, on her personal website. All of the artifacts Trump is selling can only be acquired with bitcoin, and the initial batch of goods put up for auction earlier this year failed to achieve the $250,000 opening bid barrier.

“The MetaRose,” the latest NFT, is a blue rose animating. Most modern first women, on average, establish foundations or non-profit organizations to continue the efforts they started while in the White House. During the interview, Trump stated that “part of the revenue” from the sale of the NFTs, which are priced at $150 each, will benefit foster children. Melania Trump has never said how much money she has made from the digital things she has been offering since late last year.

“I think it’s sad to see what’s going on, if you actually go closely into it,” Melania Trump said of the status of the US under President Joe Biden. “I believe that many individuals are struggling and suffering as a result of what is going on in the globe. So, it’s extremely upsetting to see, and I hope things improve quickly, ” Melania Trump says.