Donald Trump made his first official speech since leaving the White House at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Florida, on Sunday. While his wife, Melania Trump, was not in attendance to support her husband, Trump did mention the former first lady by referring to her as “the future first lady,” according to The Daily Mail. Some believe this is a sure sign that the former president plans on running again in 2024.
This isn’t the only way Trump teased a political comeback. According to TMZ, he finished his speech by saying, “A Republican President will make a triumphant return to the White House,” followed by a quippy, “And I wonder who that will be?”
Trump’s potential return to the White House is exactly why some politicians were worried after the twice-impeached president was acquitted on charges of inciting the insurrection that happened at the Capitol on January 6, 2021 (via Newsweek). While nothing has been confirmed, you might be wondering if Melania is just as excited to get back to White House she just left.
Melania and Donald's relationships seems to be on the rocks
Melania Trump hasn’t made an official public appearance since she left D.C. on January 20. She didn’t attend CPAC, even though the conference was being held close to her Mar-a-Lago home in Florida, and according to The Daily Star, she also didn’t attend a Super Bowl party with her husband earlier this month either. The disconnect between the two has some people wondering if there is a divorce in their future.
A celebrity dating expert in the U.K., Lady Nadia Essex, claims Donald and Melania Trump have “zero chemistry” together and Melania’s body language toward her husband is “very hostile” (via The Daily Express). CNN also reported that Melania has been “bitter and chilly” toward her husband due to the insurrection and impeachment trial that happened at the end of his term. If any of the divorce rumors are true, it would appear Trump’s “future first lady” comments are more cheeky than they are true.
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