A new government is going to be formed in America today. Newly elected President Joe Biden is going to take over as the 46th US President.
Joe Biden will also be sworn in with Vice President Kamala Harris. Hours before this swearing-in ceremony, Donald Trump’s wife Melania Trump made her last statement as the first lady.
Melania Trump has made a big statement in a video message about the attack in the US Parliament a few days ago. In her farewell address, Melania Trump said that violence can never be justified. He said that it is important to be enthusiastic about everything but it is very important to keep in mind that violence is not the answer to anything and cannot be justified at any level.
Melania Trump spoke in a six-and-a-half-minute video message posted on the White House website on Monday night. Trump began his message by saying that it was’ the greatest honor of my life to serve as the first lady of the United States. “He said,” The last four years have been unforgettable. As (outgoing President) Donald and I finish our time in the White House, I am thinking of all the people I have put in my heart and the incredible stories of their love, patriotism, and determination. Is on my mind
Melania Trump continued that ‘to every member involved in the service and to our incredible military families: you are a hero, and you will always be in my thoughts and prayers.’ Trump further said that ‘I think all members of the law enforcement body, who go anywhere, greet us. Every hour of every day, they stand to protect our communities, and we are always in debt. ‘
At the same time, Melania Trump regarding the coronavirus epidemic has urged all Americans to become sensitive and use common sense to protect vulnerable people.
As a first lady, Melania Trump launched the ‘Be Best’ initiative and accordingly focused on ‘three pillars: wellbeing, online safety and opioid abuse.
“In just a few years I have protected children online. Raised awareness of living. We have made incredible progress on our nation’s drug epidemic and how it affects the lives of newborns and families and we have raised the voice of our most vulnerable children in the foster care system,” she said.