More Top Stories:

First Lady Melania Trump Visits Troops and Families in Alaska

First lady Melania Trump finally got some play time in her schedule.

On Friday, after joining President Donald Trump for part of his visit to Asia, the first lady returned to the U.S., stopping along the way at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Alaska, as reported by The Washington Post.

During her time at the Arctic Oasis Community Center, she assisted preschool children in making various crafts. The children and first lady molded modeling clay, and even crafted a harmonica out of ordinary household items.

Trump also saw what the preschoolers had made with a 3D printer, and also looked at their sewing projects.

TRENDING: WaPo Fails to Reveal One of Roy Moore’s Accusers Anti-Trump, Supporter of Clinton and Obama

“She is just delightful and very genuine,” said Tamra De Benedetto, who oversees all activities at the base for children under age 18.

The first lady did not make public remarks or talk to the media while at the base.

“Every program we offer has an educational purpose and a reason for why we do it,” De Benedetto said.

Trump’s visit to the base was part of a month-long celebration involving military families. As KTOO reported, some of the children present during the event have parents who are members of the 4th Brigade Combat Team 25th Infantry Division — a division currently deployed in Afghanistan.

Air Force Master Sgt. David Jennings came to see the first lady and brought his wife, Lindsay, and their two daughters, Abbigail and Annabelle.

“A great family memory here,” he said as he took pictures.

Brantly Wyse, 4, made a fish with Melania Trump.

RELATED: Video: Vietnam Vet Weeps on Donald Trump’s Shoulder During Ceremony

Paige Wyse, his mother, said she and her husband, Air Force Tech. Sgt. Matthew Wyse, tried to explain who Melania Trump was. It finally connected when she told the boy the first lady was the president’s wife.

“He was like, ‘Oh, wow. OK,’” she said.

There are 14,000 service members based at the joint Army and Air Force base in Anchorage, according to KTOO.

The first lady accompanied her husband on his trips to South Korea, Japan and China, but then returned to the U.S. to pursue her own schedule, her office said.

“This visit to China is something I will never forget,” she said. “President Xi and Madame Peng were gracious hosts, and I was honored to participate in many cultural experiences and personal conversations. I believe both of our countries made great strides during this trip, and I look forward to future visits.”

Read From Source… [Western Journalism]

 if the watchman sees the sword coming and does not blow the trumpet, and the people are not warned, and the sword comes and takes any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood I will require at the watchman’s hand.


Opinions posted on are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.
%d bloggers like this: