The internet is now dragging Melania for her Sean Hannity interview on Fox News during which she not only featured a new blonde look, but also had some interesting thoughts on the biggest challenges of her job as FLOTUS.
"It doesn't hurt", she said.
The First Lady also said she sometimes disagrees with her husband's tone, and will give him her take on the news, along with advice.
Her approval rating has varied more than that of the president, who has spent the majority of his tenure well below 50 percent.
Melania Trump weighed in on immigration during the interview, as well, saying she was "blindsided" by the administration policy separating children from their families at the border.
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She also revealed her hopes for a second term in the White House, Yahoo News reports.
"Melania Trump is an opportunist!"
Melania Trump addressed speculation about her marriage using a familiar lament about the media: "They like to focus on the gossip, and I would like that they focus on the substance not just about nonsense". Melania Trump's approval rating dropped to close to that of her husband.
Melania Trump piggybacked on her husband's criticism of the "fake news" media in a sit-down interview with Fox News on Wednesday. "I want that the country to continue to do well".
"Believe it or not, even when I'm in Washington or NY, I do not watch much television. Holidays are coming, not many of them, they will be with their families so for me it's very important to show them that the president and I and the country, we are behind them", the first lady remarked.