A video released by Trump through Twitter on November 26 shows the First Lady walking through the newly decorated White House. She was one of dozens of florists and decorators chosen for the volunteer job.
"It's the 21st century and everybody has different tastes, I think they look fantastic", the first lady said at a town hall discussion on America's opioid crisis. "In real life, they look even more lovely".
On the latest installment of her show, Wendy told her audience that she is weirded out by the first family's Christmas trees.
Her statement can be heard in a video obtained by Reuters and recorded during her appearance as part of her anti-opioid addiction and cyberbullying initiative Be Best initiative.
"Not really. we can do that maybe in the future when I'm a little less busy", she said.
But this time around, she handled the flak with a grace that made her critics look small.
Mrs. Trump is speaking Wednesday about the crisis at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.
In the interview with Eric Bolling, a Fox News contributor who lost his son to a drug overdose, Trump also discussed her Be Best campaign, which strives to help at-risk youth. "He doesn't have social media yet; he's not interested in it", Trump said.
Melania Trump thinks the media should focus on important issues instead of wasting time mocking Christmas decorations. "And if you, or someone you know needs help, you need to be courageous enough to ask, or strong enough to stand with them as they fight through the disease".
President Donald Trump has called it a "national health emergency" and she says his administration is committed to fighting the opioid epidemic.