Melania Trump is reserved and classy, and it is difficult to know exactly how she is dealing with thing behind the scenes. She has stayed to herself and refuses to allow people to get a rise out of her; a true definition of a First Lady. Yesterday, at the National Cathedral prayer services, she showed the world just how strong her faith is as she wept throughout the ceremony.
The woman is strong, and being part if the one of the most controversial presidencies of all time, she knows her faith will be tested. Just days in, and the grueling left has already viciously attacked her 10-year-old son, Barron, but the woman clings to her faith and we couldn’t be more proud to call her our First lady. Check out her emotion at the prayer services yesterday afternoon.
VIA| Hundreds of worshipers joined President Donald Trump the First Lady; Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen; most of the Cabinet; and Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy for an ecumenical prayer, featuring a wide variety of faiths.
The service, which has become part of the inaugural tradition over the past several decades, sounded a message of national unity, echoing a theme that featured in several of Friday’s inaugural addresses as well. On Saturday morning, with politicians seated in the pews as ordinary congregants, and religious leaders and laypeople leading them in prayer, without the pomp and ceremony of the day before, there was a sense of humility shared by all in the chapel, as well as a palpable sense of joy.
There were many highlights from the deeply moving service. VanHoose, however, provided the service’s most poignant moment.