Mrs. Trump shared the stage with CRTV host Eric Bolling, whose own son, Chase, tragically died of an accidental opioid overdose.
The ceremony was held on the Ellipse outside the White House on Wednesday, the grounds sporting their best holiday décor as hundreds gathered for the annual event. "... I'm here to remind you that some of those decisions, though they seem minor at the time, could negatively impact you for the rest of your lives".
Responding to another student's, Alex, question about showing more compassion toward those fighting addictions, Trump said: "We need to support people who are addicted and to get rid of [the] stigma that comes with opioid addiction". The first lady will do the honors, ' he said, gesturing to his wife, standing next to him in a white coat with a white turtle neck underneath, white leather gloves, white boots, and with her hair in an updo.
A video released by Trump through Twitter on November 26 shows the First Lady walking through the newly decorated White House.
"I think they look fantastic", Melania Trump said. "And if you, or someone you know needs help, you need to be fearless enough to ask, or strong enough to stand with them as they fight through the disease". "He doesn't have social media yet; he's not interested in it", Trump said.
Another subject was social media etiquette, a cornerstone of her "Be Best" campaign (along with opioid use and well-being), with Melania remarking that it's important to be "respectful and kind". I hope everybody will come over and visit it.
Melania Trump at the National Christmas Tree lighting, pictured with husband Donald. Earlier this month, when asked about his war on the media, Trump explained: "I have to fight back". "In real life, they look even more handsome".
Watch Ainsley Earhardt's full interview with the first lady on 'Fox & Friends'.