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'Who's missing here?' The first lady's exhibit at the National Children's Hospital in DC begs questions

A video making the rounds suggests, at best, that Melania Trump is not afforded the same respect as other former first ladies. Then, this was evident when Donald Trump took office, considering that Mrs. Trump is a former model and her likeness did not grace any fashion magazine covers in America.

The video depicts a display at the National Children's Hospital in Washington, D.C. Portraits of the former first lady are seen on the wall under the heading, “Bunny Mellon Healing Garden Chairs of Honor. The portraits begin with Rosalynn Carter and continue in succession to Michelle Obama An open door leads to the next room, where a portrait of First Lady Jill Biden is displayed.

“Who's missing here?” tweeted TexasLindsay.

It is logical to assume that Melania is behind the open door, given the order of the portraits and the space behind the door, BUT it is a safe bet to suggest that Michelle Obama, who, by the way, did honor to countless magazine covers, it wouldn't be logical. placed behind a door.

Interestingly, the healing garden was officially opened while Melania Trump was in the White House and attended the ribbon cutting ceremony.

“I want to thank everyone involved in this project,” Mrs Trump said. “It took so many kind and caring people focused on these brave and incredible kids, and the end result is something everyone should be proud of. I'm so grateful that patients and their families can go through the healing process at the outside in this wonderful space.”

Considering how Melania Trump was treated while in office, the story seemed to affect social media users.

Here's a quick sample of some of the responses to the story, as seen on X:


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'Who's missing here?'  The first lady's exhibit at the National Children's Hospital in DC begs questions
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