Melania Trump has some choice words for the hate she received for her redesign of the White House Rose Garden.
This past weekend, Michael Beschloss – the presidential historian for NBC News – posted a tweet reflecting on the changes to the Rose Garden overseen by Melania, 51, a year ago, calling it an “evisceration” of the area.
“Evisceration of White House Rose Garden was completed a year ago this month, and here was the grim result—decades of American history made to disappear,” he shared.
To which Melanie Trump‘s office responded to the historian in a Twitter post, saying:
“[email protected] has proven his ignorance by showing a picture of the Rose Garden in its infancy. The Rose Garden is graced with a healthy & colorful blossoming of roses. His misleading information is dishonorable & he should never be trusted as a professional historian,” her office wrote on Sunday via Twitter.
This past Thanksgiving, Melania paid a visit to the local office of the foster care organization 4KIDS. Her office says she spent two hours at the Palm Beach branch.
“Mrs. Trump spent time visiting with young foster children and engaging in a craft activity,” her office says. “She then had a discussion with young adults who aged out of foster care who live in the 4Kids independent living homes.”
The former first lady also “toured the organization’s therapeutic center where the facility provides clinical services for kids and families who need extra support, therapy and healing, as well as trauma-informed training for parents and care givers,” her office says.
“Mrs. Trump has always been passionate about spreading kindness and compassion in communities at home and abroad,” her office says. “This visit shows her ever-evolving commitment to highlighting the people and organizations who are making a difference in their community and going above and beyond to establish a foundation and provide opportunity to our nations children.”
In a statement, a rep for 4Kids said they were “honored to host Mrs. Trump in our Palm Beach office to share how we are bringing hope, homes, and healing to kids and families.”
“Our families and young adults were blessed to share their stories and experiences with her during the visit,” the statement continued. “We are thankful for how generous Mrs. Trump was with her time and for blessing our guests with gifts for Thanksgiving.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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