Notice What First Lady Melania Doesn’t Do…

There’s a recap video of Melania Trump today provided by the Associated Press.  As much as they hate to admit it, the media are recognizing the classic elegance within how our First Lady carries herself.

Melania Trump has an inherent understanding of nuance, and epitomizes a grace lost to all except the most traditionally versed.  There is also another element to this – visible in what she does not do when contrast against her peers.  See if you notice it in the last few moments of the AP video:

Did you notice it?

First Lady Melania Trump doesn’t drink.

Just like President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump doesn’t drink alcohol.

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291 Responses to Notice What First Lady Melania Doesn’t Do…

  1. freeperjim says:

    Liked by 43 people

  2. daughnworks247 says:

    Grazie MILLE Melania!

    Liked by 16 people

  3. Isabel Matos says:

    Doesn’t upstage them.

    Liked by 8 people

  4. H.R. says:

    Hey! I got it from the video, Sundance. What did I win? 😉

    It never occurred to me even to wonder whether or not she tipped a glass now and then, but now that you point it out, it puts another piece of the picture of the First Couple’s relationship.

    Liked by 10 people

  5. botvinnik says:

    What a great first lady she is…better than Jacqueline Kennedy.

    Now, stop and compare her to Assquatch, The Former First Yeti.

    Liked by 49 people

  6. Jennifer Kashani says:

    Very interesting! I think not drinking alcohol may be a secret to looking so amazing!

    Liked by 20 people

  7. auscitizenmom says:

    So, we don’t ever have to worry about ugly pictures coming out of her drunk like some other women we know. 🙂

    Liked by 11 people

  8. Meatzilla says:

    So nice, and such a relief, to finally have some decency, charity and class back in the White House once again. It’s been too long. Far too long.

    Liked by 9 people

  9. Walt says:

    This is about as close to royalty we will ever see in our country. notice how that man bows to our First Lady!!!

    Liked by 11 people

  10. Daniel says:

    I’ve long said, the best we can do with our bodies is to give it the best food and not be led around by your nose, tongue or stomach. EVERYTHING outside of that only serves to slow the body, and thus the mind, down. This includes drink and smoke and all manner of drugs. President Trump does not intentionally stupidify himself and his wife follows the president’s lead as a great lady should. President Trump led his children in kind and they turned out pretty well too.

    I’ve been more or less living this philosophy which seems more than apparent with President Trump as well. And frankly, every time I hear someone say “I need a drink” I cringe. And when I hear people who have had some sort of medical procedure telling people “how great those [pain killer/narcotic] drugs were” you can imagine my reaction inside. I feel like a bit of an outsider in that sense but I will not drink or smoke or do drugs. I don’t see the use in those things and I am NOT a religious man.

    Liked by 24 people

    • uvaldegirl says:

      You are a wise man then.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Daniel says:

        I consider myself a weirdo in that respect. It’s not as if I never tried alcohol — I just hate the way it makes me feel. I tried marijuana too back in the 80s… at least I think it was… I’m told it wasn’t as potent as it is today but it did NOTHING for me at all while others who tried it reported a significant reaction. I simply hated the smell and found it useless.

        I’m not without vice. Similar to our President, I like fast food… Whataburger, for those who know the place, is an ongoing craving which goes unanswered as I don’t live in an area with one. Griff’s, if you can manage to find one is phenomenal. If it could be considered a drug (and by some definitions, it is) then I would claim to be an addict.

        I do refuse to buy pants larger than 32″ and so I manage to keep within those parameters okay, but still…

        This is just to offer up some idea of how I think and how I see, not so much what I claim or idealize. I do it because it’s more natural for me and because it fits me, not because I am on some sort of crusade of health.

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        • Miss America says:

          You should be grateful then that you’ve never had to suffer from a terrible disease, or had to have major surgery, or even had to go through childbirth. Try being in labor for 3 days….you would beg for drugs to make the pain stop.

          I don’t disagree about the alcohol and cigarettes, but pain medication is a different situation.

          Liked by 8 people

          • justfactsplz says:

            Tell me about it. My second child was a three day labor nightmare.

            Liked by 1 person

          • Daniel says:

            You presume too much. I’ve has bouts with disease of all sorts with fevers, lung infection and injuries including broken bones, a broken nose. I tripped on barbed wire once. Pain is a sensory input like to many others. While I admit it can be debilitating in the moment, local anesthesia and sleep are the ways I have managed those in the past.

            I have endured a LOT of pain over the years and I consider each incident an exercise in overcoming a personal challenge.

            Were I capable of bring pregnant and giving birth I doubt I would complain about it as so many women do. My wife, for example, knew more or less what she was up against before it all happened and she experienced nearly every bit of it before having locals administered — her concern was based on the knowledge that whatever drugs entered her blood would also enter our son’s blood and she would have none of it.

            If you’re a religious person then you probably understand that the suffering of Christ was managed through the acceptance of destiny, fate, purpose and/or God’s will. I’ve known women who survived childbirth and wore the experience as a badge of honor. Why did you cheat yourself of the experience and tradition?

            I get that we all perceive things through different filters and that my filters are extremely uncommon and tainted with a touch of autism. But I have also learned I can change my filters at will sometimes to reduce emotional, mental or physical stress, but also to provide myself with different points of view or to provide more clarity on an issue.


            • boogywstew says:

              “Were I capable of being pregnant and giving birth I doubt I would complain about it as so many women do.” Look out your window. Those women carrying pitchforks, burning torches, hot tar and feathers … they’re coming for you!


        • You are giving away your location… Dallas area to be precise. Whataburger rules. And so does Griff’s!

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    • boogywstew says:

      My New Year’s resolution for the greatest New Year’s celebration ever … 2000AD … aka Y2K, was to quit drinking alcohol. I went out and had some beers that evening and have not drank since. Every woman I date drinks a bit and all my friends drink moderately but I have never been tempted.


  11. Joe S says:

    She is beautiful, and she does not look like a deranged crackhead like one of the other first ladies in that video.

    Liked by 5 people

    • uvaldegirl says:

      Mme Macron? She looks aneroxic and an overall mess.

      Liked by 11 people

      • WSB says:

        Plastic surgery addict. Probably because she married her student. I expect she is now paranoid about aging.

        Liked by 14 people

      • SafeSpace says:

        That may be the result of her having married a man young enough to be her grandson. Ahhh, the sexual sophistication of the French ….

        Liked by 3 people

      • Sheri says:

        Being thin, Mrs. Macron has so many fashion options. What a pity she looked like she was going to a soccer match rather than an important meeting among world leaders. Sundance reported that the French told her to avoid photos with Melania. If only they had also suggested a stylist.

        Liked by 8 people

      • Lumina says:

        She moves like a puppet…I bet she’s going to charm school when she gets home…

        Liked by 2 people

      • Tegan says:

        Having terrible time posting, but try again. When I saw the photo of the white skinny pants, sweater and casual shoes my first reaction was she’s out shopping. Then when she wasn’t in the balcony photo I assumed she had another event, but she shows up in the video in that horribly inappropriate outfit. Isn’t anyone guiding her regarding what to wear for these functions? Haven’t seen what she wore to the symphony…almost afraid to look. Actually, I feel embarrassed for her…perhaps she will grow into the role as it is very new. Anyone think she looks like Jane Fonda?

        Liked by 1 person

        • Wend says:

          Sure, if Jane Fonda died and was embalmed.

          Say what you want about Hanoi Jane, she is beautiful and a great actress.

          Liked by 2 people

        • maiingankwe says:

          I heard people talking that she had a picture taken next to our beautiful FLOTUS yesterday, and even the French cringed. I guess she was wearing a miniskirt with a belt that was placed wrong or unflattering to say the least. I haven’t seen the picture, but I’m still looking. She was also told not to stand next to our beautiful Melania after that fiasco. I can’t help but laugh.

          It reminds me of seeing our President grin to the cameras after he shook hands with Macron when Macron was trying to ignore him. The grin said, “He’s a child!” However, the grin could’ve also been comparing his beautiful wife, our FLOTUS to Macron’s OLD lady. He he.

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  12. Jackk says:

    That SS hitman is always there, this guy looks like an alien.

    Liked by 1 person

    • lubyankafh says:

      bodyguards and secret service need an “Attila the Hun” appearance; I’m betting she appreciates all her security detail and a good relationship between her detail and her. Professional but not abusive like some we’ve seen.

      Liked by 2 people

  13. Sherlock says:

    She is so fine. Scale of 1 to 10 on former first ladies, max score to date in my lifetime has been perhaps a 7, and I’m including J. Kennedy. Our current first lady is 10+. 10+ reserved, 10+ class, 10+ grace, 10+ intelligent, 10+ politically, and 10+ drop-dead gorgeous fine.

    Liked by 28 people

  14. fedback says:

    No boozin

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Southpaw says:

    I noticed Abe’s wife got a kiss the others did not

    Liked by 20 people

  16. Katie says:

    I was at the Smithsonian this summer in DC and my mom really wanted to see the First Lady dresses they have on display. There is one of the gowns Michelle O. wore to one of the inauguration balls and there was a young boy standing there, looking at it, and to no one particular, he announced that it was ugly. I couldn’t help, but burst out laughing on the spot.

    Liked by 29 people

  17. Merle Marks says:

    who is the guy in above pic with tattered skirt and white t-shirt on? I guess he’s trying to dress like a woman?

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Eric Kennedy says:

    Look out Melania…

    Liked by 13 people

  19. Sylvia Avery says:

    I feel like a star struck tween girl buying a copy of Tiger Beat magazine. I am just so awestruck by Melania. She moves so gracefully. She made all of those supposedly elegant Euro women look like bumpkins, hayseeds, and WalMart people. Mrs. Abe looked very nice though, I must say. I cannot believe we have Melania Trump representing us. Wow. I am so proud I get teary. I feel stupid admitting all of this, but I can’t get enough of her. She is amazing.

    See, now as I read this back it sounds shallow because I have focused on her physicality. I guess what I am groping to say is some version of “form follows function.” I think her outer beauty is an expression of what is inside of her. It is just easier and more obvious to focus on the wrapper and the trappings than to try to find words for what I sense is inside of her. She is PDJT’s secret weapon.

    Liked by 20 people

  20. The Boss says:

    As a person in the limelight, you don’t want to be photographed holding an alcoholic beverage of any sort. That went out after the Dean Martin roasts.

    Liked by 5 people

    • NJF says:

      I was thinking that perhaps FLOTUS stays away from alcohol in public.

      I’m sure if CNN gets wind of this they will say, “she shunned and embarrassed” whoever was offering the wine.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Former lurker says:

      Ah, the Dean Martin roasts, back when people could laugh at their differences and celebrate a common humanity, instead of taking rabid offense at the drop of a hat and moving immediately to intimidation and violence to suppress anything that might give offense to anybody.

      For Deano, the lush routine all an act anyway. Sinatra once said of Martin, “I spill more than he drinks”.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. Comrade Mope says:

    I’ll drink hers. Who is that hawt spouse with the Miss Italy Sash? I better have another.


  22. rhcrest says:

    I am so proud that Melania represents our country. She is breathtakingly beautiful and graceful. It’s so nice to get back to a normal, ladylike First Lady again. And sometimes I remember how grateful I am that we don’t have Bill Clinton as our “First Lady”. What a freak show that would have been. Thank you God

    Liked by 4 people

  23. Ron says:

    Trump told those high school kids during the primary, when he was giving that little pep speech to them at their graduation (must have been around this time last year) not to Drink, because the world is a very competitive place, and if you go out drinking the night before, and at work the next day you have the slightest lingering effect of it, that’s the edge the other person will have over you.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Ron says:

      Fake News, Confirmed.

      Liked by 1 person

      • jsbachlover says:

        He’s right, actually, re: Diet Coke (and all diet pop). Arttificial sweeteners have a lot of deleterious effects, including on the nervous system. What they can — and do — to a person who uses them constantly is not pretty.

        Liked by 3 people

        • vidlbis says:

          jsbl – Just as an aside, long time back when Glen Beck was still happening, wife and I found out he drank diet sodas a lot.

          Wife and I agreed, he’ll probably go nuts in the long run. Too bad.

          Looks kinda like that came true.

          That stuff will curdle your brains. Not good. The “normal” kind – not much better.

          Liked by 2 people

  24. Sean Supsky says:

    Seems that FLOTUS Melania and Mrs. Abe matched in theme, flowery.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. Sylvia Avery says:

    What if Melania Trump captures the imagination of American women and girls? What if they start paying attention to what she says and does? What if they decide they want to be a little bit like her, instead of like Katy Perry? She could Make America’s Women Great Again.

    Liked by 32 people

  26. rsmith1776 says:

    “First Lady Melania Trump doesn’t drink.”

    It’s OK. She has so many other qualities that we forgive her. Nobody’s perfect.

    Liked by 6 people

  27. 17CatsInTN says:

    Without reading any comments yet, to me it looked like she did not participate in a toast. Hard to tell with no audio, but I didn’t see a drink in her hand. Ok. Now I’m going to look through the comments to see what’s what!

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Martin says:

    I don’t drink either. Never have and never will.

    Liked by 4 people

  29. rsanchez1990 says:

    She doesn’t lecture us on how bad she thinks we are, so that alone is a YUGE upgrade over previous first ladies. The complete Melania Trump package eclipses and transcends all previous first ladies. Every day she only gives us reasons to love her more. What a great representative for America and the promise of America!

    Liked by 7 people

  30. snailmailtrucker says:

    Beauty comes from the Inside….
    THat is why almost No /LiberalsDemocrats have any Natural Beauty !

    Liked by 8 people

  31. tempo150101 says:

    Meh. Having some win or champagne isn’t a big deal for a woman in Europe, especially where she’s from. Having wine with dinner is part of the cultural fabric. (My peeps are from that neck of the woods.)

    Liked by 1 person

  32. Sheri says:

    It was nice the way Melania kissed Mrs. Abe at their greeting. It showed a higher degree of intimacy since they recently spent time together. She shook hands with the others.

    Liked by 5 people

  33. Kaco says:

    She is very beautiful and elegant and carries herself with such grace. I don’t know if she drank before she married Pres. Trump but I am sure his strong views has played a part in her decision to respect his and I don’t see anything wrong with that. Honestly, I don’t know if I’ve seen his kids with a glass in their hands but I can’t recall.

    Okay, sorry to bring up Jackie Kennedy again but the when I saw the way Melania carried her purse I recollected a picture of Jackie in one of her beautiful gowns. Well, I found the picture.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bendix says:

      Remember President Kennedy’s “I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris” brag?

      Liked by 3 people

    • RedBallExpress says:

      I know an Iowa TV newsman that interviewed Kenned during the Presidential primary. He recalled Jackie trailed way behind JFK like a little lost girl and he had no idea who she was until someone told him. He also remembered JFK as being extremely comfortable on camera.


      • Beverly says:

        Jack Kennedy, LBJ, and BJ Clinton were the three worst womanizers in US history, bar none: I can’t see Jackie without remembering that. She had found out that JFK was a sex freak when they were engaged and wanted to back out, Joe Kennedy bribed her dad to make her go through with it. JFK would have 3 prostitutes at once when he was traveling; his Secret Service guys talked about it long after he died, saying, “Man, you’d be thinking, ‘For God’s sake, you’re the President, have some dignity!'”

        Liked by 1 person

        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I had heard that JFK was Bill Clinton’s “inspiration” as far as the “perks of the power of POTUS”, but it wasn’t until Mimi Alford’s memoirs came out, that I realized something.

          This not only explained the degree of indecency that Beelzebubba allowed himself – it also explained why he seemed so entitled and so angry about being caught and prosecuted in impeachment. JFK had pleasured himself with teenage interns and yet was still a hero – why not poor little Bill Clinton?


  34. paulraven1 says:

    Good observation. I was fortunate to be raised by parents with a high degree of social grace. My father was a CEO of major broadcasting corporation and was the subject of many photos and press events. It was his policy never to hold a drink in public or be seen drinking (or smoking, which in the 60s was very common).

    Liked by 4 people

    • singingsoul says:

      I never drank when on a date my grandmother gave me this advice since we in Germany were able to drink at 14. I now drink a glass of wine with a good meal.

      Liked by 3 people

  35. FrenchNail says:

    Having gone thru the shame of a first lady so constantly drunk she could not stay sit straight even in public functions for few minutes (anybody’s guess?) I have to say this FLOTUS is a delight. She is easing into her role very well. Her confidence is growing daily. It is very nice to see.

    Liked by 5 people

  36. Concerned Virginian says:

    FLOTUS: Measured, graceful, ballet-like movements including The Walk. Exchanging a few gracious words with everyone—most likely in one of the languages she is fluent in.
    Mme. Macron looked like she just came from shopping at Kroger. I am astonished that someone hadn’t discovered that she needs lessons in everything that FLOTUS already knows perfectly. In addition to firing everyone who is advising her on clothes, hair, makeup.
    SD, thank you so much for your articles on FLOTUS!

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  37. BC says:

    Also, notice that just like Trump, even though Melania is taller than just about everyone else, she does not bow, dip her head or make any other submissive body movement when greeting and shaking hands. In contrast, everyone else does so when greeting her.

    That, friends, is dominance (frame).

    Liked by 8 people

  38. Bendix says:

    Probably one of the reasons Melania maintains such a fresh, youthful appearance.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. conservalicious says:

    Guys, we so lucked out with Melania as our Flotus, just think.. we could have ended up with this!

    Liked by 10 people

  40. Vince says:

    This is the first time I have noticed how tall Melenia is.


    • Ron says:

      President Trump is 6’2″ and in heels she’s usually the same height, or even slightly taller. I’ll bet she’s 5’10 or 5’11 at least.


      • Beverly says:

        Models are all really tall. Shortest they’ll take used to be 5’7″, probably more like 5’10” now. We see them wafting around NYC, rail-thin.


  41. Sam says:

    She doesn’t drink alcohol. She is reserved but gracious and always elegant. She has excellent manners. She doesn’t gush over someone. She doesn’t hug on first meeting someone. She will do the air- kiss with someone she already knows.

    Melania obviously paid attention to the State Dept protocol session and acts correctly toward foreign leaders and their spouses. No doubt she will seat people correctly at State dinners – yes, there is a protocol for that.

    No trying to hug the queen of England for this First Lady. How refreshing that she knows how to act in public, unlike the last one.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Beverly says:

      Notice that the Italian fellow bowed over her hand? :-)))

      Notice, too, how the Commie Media are straining every sinew trying to convince us that trashy, vulgar Billy Jeff and Ma Clinton would be SO much classier than Princess Melania and Donaldus Magnus. Yeah, about that. . . .

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  42. justfactsplz says:

    When Sundance said to look for what First Lady Melania was not doing I knew it was the wine. I knew she didn’t drink. She and President Trump used to have dinner parties at Trump Tower and they never ever served alcohol even if their guests did drink. She and the president are totally on the same page in their marriage.

    Liked by 2 people

  43. RedBallExpress says:

    I don’t drink and I don’t have class but I helped send someone to Washington the world can be proud of.

    Liked by 4 people

  44. winky says:

    Some very close-up beautiful pics of PTrump and FL Melania from my favorite site for pictures.

    Liked by 1 person

  45. Mike diamond says:

    Our first lady makes you proud and thankful to be a american ! Wow! She is beautiful !


  46. phoenixRising says:

    Another thing I admire with regard to Melania: She thanks people… all the time! Today, she gave a short speech… and
    All that noise about not holding his hand… well feast your eyes on this!

    Just my two cents: I don’t think we need to compare Melania to anyone in the past. She is a lovely soul, inside and outside… her momma did a great job!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Don’t forget Melania’s genes. That goes a very long way to explaining her natural beauty and beautiful body.
      Her genetic make-up is the basis for who she is today.
      I believe she is fulfilling her purpose in life. We should all rejoice in this moment of history being made right before our eyes.


  47. botvinnik says:

    …meanwhile, back in the deep, dank forests of Chappaqua, The Clot polishes off her third fifth of Chardonnay. “Why aren’t I fifty points ahead, you might ask?” she laments to the frightened squirrels. Knowing a real nut when they see one, they scamper off to the safety of their dreys…they don’t want another Swarovski crystal ashtray beaning them like ol’ Bubba, The Goat Boy, gets every evening.

    good times…noodle salad, paddleboat rides and The Clot rejected.

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