Melania Trump In Warsaw Talks About Living A Life “Without fear”

Saying that “people should be able to live their lives without fear,” first lady Melania Trump was political and cultural star Wednesday when she addressed the Warsaw crowd.

She wore a $2,650 blue dress with pink stripes when she visited the children at the Copernicus Science Center and announced her husband, President Donald Trump. At the Warsaw Uprising Monument, the tribute to the thousands who lost their lives in a 1944 rebellion against the Nazis.

During her speech, Melania talked about her “wonderful” time at the science center, where she gave out stars-and-stripes backpacks.

“My husband and I have enjoyed visiting your beautiful country,” she said.

“As many of you know, the main focus of my husband’s presidency is safety and security of the American people,” she said to a nation that was part of the Soviet Union for more than 40 years.

“I think all of us can agree people should be able to live their lives without fear, no matter what country they live in. That is my wish for all of us around the world,” she stated.

Melania Trump was born in Slovenia at the time when the nation was part of the Soviet Union.

“As an immigrant myself, having grown up in a communist society, I know all too well the value and importance of freedom and equal opportunity — ideals which this great nation was founded and has continued to strive towards throughout its history,” she said in March.

Thursday when she visited the science center, Melania Trump was photographed holding a hot-pink toy high heel, created by a 3D printer, which matched the stripes in her dress.

She was amazed by the center for encouraging the children to “observe, experiment, ask questions, and seek answers.”

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