US Weekly – First lady Melania Trump announced her pick for chief of staff in a Thursday, February 2, press release and addressed her plans to move to the White House in Washington, D.C., where her husband, President Donald Trump, has been since his inauguration.
Melania, 46, has chosen Lindsay Reynolds as chief of staff to the first lady and assistant to the president. Reynolds previously served as associate director of the White House Visitors Office during the George W. Bush administration.
First lady Melania Trump, the wife of President Donald Trump, leaves the President’s Room of the Senate, at the Capitol in Washington, January 20, 2017, after President Trump signed his first legislation.
“It has been an honor to take on the responsibility of the position of First Lady, with its long history as an important representative of the President, our family and the traditions of our nation around the world,” FLOTUS said in a statement. “I am putting together a professional and highly experienced team, which will take time to do properly.”
The Slovenian-born former model added: “I am excited to be organizing and bringing together such a dynamic and forward-thinking group of individuals who will work together to make our country better for everyone.”
Melania, who has yet to announce any official platforms, has previously expressed an interest in promoting an anti-cyberbullying objective. Reynolds is excited to assist Melania during her tenure as first lady.
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