Despite Donald Trump‘s mounting legal woes, Melania Trump remains supportive of her husband’s 2024 campaign. 

“My husband achieved tremendous success in his first administration, and he can lead us toward greatness and prosperity once again,” Melania told Fox News. 

During her time as first lady, Melania advocated for the well-being of children, also focusing on opioid abuse and online safety, under her “Be Best” initiative. On May 6, the couple celebrated five years of her initiative at Mar-a-Lago. 



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After the creation of “Be Best,” Melania expanded the program and added “Fostering the Future,” which provides scholarships to university-aged individuals who grew up in the foster care system. 

Despite Trump’s numerous legal problems, more people said they would vote for him than they would for President Joe Biden – 44% said they would vote for Trump, compared to Biden’s 38%, according to a recent poll by ABC News and Washington Post. 

On Tuesday, Trump was found liable for sexual assault against E. Jean Carroll but continues to prepare for the 2024 presidential campaign. 

If Trump is reelected in 2024, the former first lady said she will continue to “prioritize the well-being and development of children as I have always done.”

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