Israeli Prime Minster, Bibi Netanyahu, and his wife, Sara took their first journey to the White House after Donald Trump became the president. The highly effective men had a typical press conference where the downside was they both have a good deal of appreciation for each other, baseding on Sarah Palin. ( via World News Politics)
Sara and Melania likewise met for the very first time today. They devoted the day together sightseeing and tour in D.C., although their husbands had “closed- door meetings.” Their first visit was the Smithsonian National History Museum of African-American History and Culture. The wives were lead throughout the museum by director Lonnie Bunch and Smithsonian Secretary David Skorton.
— PM of Israel (@IsraeliPM) February 15, 2017
First Lady Melania Trump apparently said after her visit, “As we remember, with deep humility and reverence, the historic plight of slavery which the Jewish and African-American people have known all too well, we rededicate ourselves to those powerful words that both our nations hold dear: “NEVER AGAIN!”
In the course of the press conference, Trump applauded the step Sara Netanyahu treated his wife throughout their trip to the White House.
President Trump mentioned,” I also want to thank Sara, can you please stand up? You’re so lovely, and you’ve been so nice to Melania, I appreciate it very much.”
Right after the way the press has treated Melania recently, Trump stated it was “refreshing” to see somebody give his wife the “respect she deserves.”
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) February 16, 2017
After their day at the museum, Melania and Sara will join a private dinner that the Trump’s are organizing for the Netanyahus’ at the White House.
Baseding on ABC News, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and his wife, Jeanette will co-host the dinner together with the Trumps.
The collaboration between the Trumps and Netanyahus seems like it’s out to a wonderful start. Donald and Bibi appear to have a common respect for each other, and also the wives seemed to enjoy one another’s company.
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