First lady Melania Trump revealed her feelings on the possibility of spending a second term in the White House during an exclusive interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday night.
Hannity stated, “I noticed … one thing you often say. First, you define yourself in the ABC interview, and I thought it was an interesting question, as a mom, a wife, as the first lady of the United States, as a friend,” Hannity stated. “Then you talked about — you are confident and you’re very focused and you used the term, ‘Stay true to myself.’ You use that term a lot. I want you to expand on that.”
“I do what I think is right,” Melania answered. “I know I will get criticism from the public or from the media, but I will do what is right, and what I feel is right for the country and for the people … I want to stay true to myself and listen [to] myself, and what to do is right, what is wrong and live a meaningful life every day.”
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“This is temporary. You see it as temporary. Would you want to stay for a second term?” Hannity asked.
She responded, “I think my husband is doing an incredible job. The country does best ever. So yes, I think I want the country to continue to do well.”
During her trip to visit the troops Wednesday morning, Melania took a flight aboard a V-22 Osprey to Joint Base Langley-Eustice in Hampton, Virginia, and also visited the USS George H. W. Bush aircraft carrier in the Atlantic Ocean. (RELATED: Melania Rocks Black Coat And Jeans Combo During Christmas Visit With Troops)