On Memorial Day, and everyday, our First Family shows incredible amounts of praise and gratitude for the United States of America and our great military. The First Family addressed the nation today showing great pride for our country.
A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR MILITARY MEN AND WOMEN PAST AND PRESENT WHO HAVE SERVED AND SACRIFICED FOR THE LOVE OF AMERICA. (VIDEO BELOW.)
Not only did President Trump pay his respects by visiting Arlington Cemetery today and tweeting a video, but the First Lady showed her gratitude too.
First Lady Melania Trump sent an incredible message to all Americans today wishing to honor those that served our great county and their families:
“On #MemorialDay we honor the many American’s who laid down their lives for our great country. As one nation under God, we come together to remember that freedom isn’t free. Thank you to all the service members & their families who sacrifice so much to keep us safe.”
First Lady Melania knows and identifies the sacrifices that that our incredible country is fighting to protect every day! (VIDEO BELOW.)
On #MemorialDay we honor the many Americans who laid down their lives for our great country. As one nation under God, we come together to remember that freedom isn’t free. Thank you to all the service members & their families who sacrifice so much to keep us safe. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/H6yhNQXyPg
— Melania Trump 45 Archived (@FLOTUS45) May 28, 2018
First Lady Melania, is currently recovering from a kidney surgery, although, she continues to work steadfastly behind the scenes on her “Be Best” campaign. The “Be Best” moto aims to help the well- being of children and fight bullying across the country.
The First Lady attended an event earlier this month with her husband, President Trump, to honor our military and fallen hero’s. This was a gathering held at the White House to celebrate military mothers and spouses on May 9th.
The President spoke at Arlington National Cemetery for Memorial Day and delivered a message to honor those that served our great county and their families.