Melania Trump Just Received A Huge Honor

Melania Trump was thrust into the spotlight during her husband Donald Trump’s administration, a position she reportedly didn’t desire. She was described as a “reluctant campaigner” by CNN, while the BBC described her as a “unique, conventional First Lady.” Melania portrayed herself differently when asked by ABC News to provide the public a glimpse into the sort of person she truly was behind the scenes. “the mother.” A wife, one daughter, a sibling, a buddy. the American president’s wife, “She spoke.” “Strong, independent, kind, and caring. very attention to detail, maintaining her integrity.”

Melania has undoubtedly had her fair share of admirers and critics over the years, but ever since she and her husband moved out of Washington, D.C., she has largely managed to stay out of the spotlight, with many speculating that she has no interest in supporting Donald in his second presidential bid or in serving as first lady once more. She hasn’t stopped working, of course, since moving away from the spotlight. In fact, a recent story claims that Melania has recently received a significant, albeit unanticipated, distinction.

Melania Trump is one of the most admired women in the world.

Melania Trump hasn’t been in the news as much this year as she did during her husband Donald Trump’s four years in government, but Newsweek has now named her one of the “Most Admired” women of 2021. According to a YouGov poll, Trump is rated with other strong women, including Queen Elizabeth II, Scarlett Johansson, Angelina Jolie, past first ladies Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton, as well as Oprah Winfrey and the Queen. The study, which polled more than 42,000 individuals in more than 38 nations, places Jolie as the second-most admired woman in the world, behind Obama. In contrast, Melania comes in at number 16, with Vice President Kamala Harris following closely behind her at number 20.

Donald Trump, her husband, blasted rumors that his wife would have no interest in supporting his candidacy even though she has been considering running for government again in 2024. According to the New York Post, he grumbled about “more fake news” on “Fox & Friends.” She did an excellent job and was a fantastic first lady. People adore her because she loves them.” helping her spouse pursue a position that he genuinely wants to return to? I suppose that might be seen as admirable, right?