Of the considerable number of individuals whose 2017 included a move to the White House, Melania Trumpis effortlessly the most prevalent.
The main woman’s endorsement rating took off to 54 percent a month ago, while just a single third of Americans said they had a “negative” perspective of her, as per the consequences of a Gallup survey discharged Dec. 15. Thirteen percent asserted to have no supposition on the issue. She even caught a thumbs-up from 35 percent of Democrats surveyed, while just 8 percent of that gathering had a “good” perspective of President Donald Trump.
What’s more, it’s not a major jump to imagine that some of the individuals who say they couldn’t care less for Melania Trump are thinking more about her significant other when they say that. Since all alone, Melania Trump hasn’t occupied with any dubious conduct—beside supporting the president, his commentators would state—or extremely any feature making conduct whatsoever other than the essential “the main woman went here, said this and wore that” stories.
On her own she’s your basic boring celebrity—which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. She always looks impeccably pulled together, and there are numerous blogs and Instagram accounts dedicated to chronicling her style. Her fashion choices have continued to be high-end and higher-end, with the handful of designers who stated early on that they wouldn’t dress her not making a dent in her wardrobe full of Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and Christian Louboutin. She chose Hervé Pierre, who also designed for first ladies Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama, as her fashion advisor. The French-American designer, who crafted Melania’s ivory Inauguration Ball gown last year, said in an interview, “In the news, we speak a lot of politics, so if for a moment we can forget about it and enjoy something else, why not?”
Her glamorous aesthetic has won Melania Trump comparisons to Jacqueline Kennedy in the annals of first lady style, a compliment she presumably has welcomed since years ago she surmised that, should she ever be first lady, she’d be “very traditional,” like Kennedy or Betty Ford. Her own social media accounts are all about tweeting the proper sentiment on the proper occasion, chronicling the appearances she makes as first lady (aside from local D.C.-area engagements, she was in the Middle East, Europe and Asia last year) and showing off innocuous things that people are interested in, like Christmas decorations.
She doesn’t share personal photos, either of her son Barron Trump or of her husband, other than pictures of them taken together at public appearances. Basically, however, her approach to social media hasn’t changed a whole lot since before the 2016 presidential campaign. Melania Trump has always been a fiercely private public figure, especially since becoming a mother almost 12 years ago, carefully managing her image and not going against the family grain—like her husband’s adult children—but not planting fiery flags in the sand and going on the offensive, either (unlike some of his adult children).