BuzzWorthy July 9, 2017 President Donald Trump and First Girl Melania Trump showed up back in the United States on Saturday, July 8. As seen in the connected photo, Mr. and Mrs. Trump landed at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, and the president waved as his red tie blew extremely in the strong wind. The wind was a factor in exactly what took place next, as seen in the below image, when President Trump pursued the hat of a Marine guard after it blew off of his head. Called a “cover,” the hat of a Marine guard is an eight-pointed cover used with their Marine uniforms. As seen in the below video, President Trump stopped while boarding Marine One to retrieve the Marine’s hat, and placed it back on his head and tapped him several times on the arm. The hat blew off when more, as the Marine stood stock still.Whereas President Trump’s red tie blowing in the wind acquired buzz, so did Melania’s outfit. Melania’s styles were closely followed during the overseas journey, such as when Melania put on a vibrant dress by Delpozo, as reported by the Inquisitr. And it’s no marvel that the white lace skirt and black sweater Melania put on for the return trip home are in the spotlight. A brand-new poll discovers that 51 percent of U.S. voters have a favorable viewpoint of Melania, according to Fox News. That represents a 16-point increase since August, with both Republicans and Democrats looking favorably upon Melania, with a simple 28 percent of citizens ranking Melania unfavorably. [Image by Evan Vucci/AP Images]
In spite of Melania’s skyrocketing appeal, Mrs. Trump did not reach the heights of former First Woman Michelle Obama’s favorability ranking at the exact same point in her spouse’s presidency, with Michelle taking pleasure in a 73 percent favorability score at the time.Additional pictures of Melania’s white lace skirt can be seen through the Getty Images gallery of photos, displaying Melania with a black belt cinching her waist underneath a black sweatshirt. The range of clothing worn by Melania during the four-day journey to Poland and Germany for the G20 Summit got plenty of feedback on social media.