Published: Sat, January 27, 2018
World Media | By Shelia Harmon

Melania Trump seen for first time since porn star scandal

Melania Trump seen for first time since porn star scandal

Yesterday, she made a visit to the Holocaust Museum in Washington.

"My thoughts and prayers are with the people whose lives and families were broken by the horrors of the Holocaust", the First Lady said Thursday in a statement, two days before January 27, set by the United Nations to commemorate the 1945 liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.

To start with woman Melania Trump's plane touched base in West Palm Beach, Florida, Thursday, that week she scratched off her arranged excursion with her better half to Davos, Switzerland, ultimately.

First lady Melania Trump remembered the millions of victims of the Nazis, with a visit Thursday to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

Am man with a Jewish yarmulke walks in front of the camp entrance after a wreath-laying ceremony on occasion of the worldwide Holocaust remembrance day in the forme Nazi concentration camp Buchenwald near Weimar, Germany, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018. "My heart is with you, and we recollect".

The explanation behind Trump's Florida trip was not instantly clear and the White House did not promptly react to a demand for input.

FLOTUS Melania Trump has been seen for the first time since news of her husband's alleged affair with porn stormy Daniels re-emerged.

The Wall Street Journal first reported the Daniels story on January 12, just a couple of hours before the first lady flew to Mar-a-Lago with her husband, where she was not seen by the press pool the entire long weekend.

President Donald Trump denies the undertaking occurred, and Daniels denies she got $130,000 from Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen to keep it concealed.

Last year, when asked about the omission of Jews from the statement, current White House communications director Hope Hicks told CNN's Jake Tapper that "despite what the media reports, we are an incredibly inclusive group, and we took into account all of those who suffered".

Hungarian Holocaust survivor, Katalin Sommer, lights a candle at the Victims' Memorial Wall bearing names of victims during a commemoration marking the International Holocaust Remembrance Day in the Holocaust Memorial Centre in Budapest, Hungary, Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, on the eve of the actual day.

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