Why Melania Trump might NOT LIVE with husband Donald full-time in the White House if he wins


Melania Trump is unlikely to move into the White House if Donald wins another term in November, according to Melania’s friends and allies

Those close to the former first lady believe she will likely split her time between Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, and New York City – especially with Barron, 18, tipped to attend New York University. 

Melania would instead only travel to Washington, D.C. for ceremonial responsibilities like state dinners and other special events. 


The decision not to live with in Washington is an unprecedented move for a first lady and a break in two-and-a-half centuries of tradition.

‘She’s distancing herself even more from her husband and from the Washington social political scene,’ Kate Andersen Brower, who’s written several books on first ladies, told Axios.

‘I mean, she clearly hated being in Washington.’

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Melania sightings have remained scarce since the Trumps left the White House in 2021.

She also stayed clear of her husband’s hush money trial in Manhattan, not turning up to court for the verdict. 

She only emerged publicly some days afterwards with luggage and Barron in tow.


And if Trump does win in November, insiders say she will continue keeping her distance from the East Wing and D.C. 

‘Melania does what Melania wants.’ Washington Post associate editor Mary Jordan, who has written a book about Melania saying, making her ‘stand out from other first ladies’. 

‘Her view is unelected, not paid,’ Jordan told Axios.

Melania hasn’t avoided public appearances on the 2024 campaign trial so far, only occasionally attending private fund-raising events.

Next month, the former first lady is hosting the conservative LGBT group ‘Log Cabin Republicans’ for a fundraiser at Trump Tower in New York.

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