The First Lady surprised everyone once again by showing up to the Congressional Ball wearing a white shimmering gown and a pair of fancy high heels.
The 48-year-old looked beautiful as she walked down the stairs next to her husband, President Donald Trump, on Saturday evening, December 15, 2018.
As reported by the Daily Mail, the First couple spoke in front of an audience of known faces, including Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner, as well as several other political figures.
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The First Lady always knows how to leave a good impression and this time was no different since she stole the show with the sequins gown designed by Céline.
Looking merry and bright, Melania watched her husband address the guests with a four-minute speech celebrating his two years as the President of the United States.
PROUD OF HIS OWN DOING
According to Trump, the last two years were incredible and 'no administration has done more in the first two years than the Trump administration.'
But, although he revealed his satisfaction for all the work done so far, Trump announced that there is so much more to do. The President also talked about the recently ruled Affordable Care Act, which may put an end to Obamacare.
TRUMP'S HAPPY PLACE
Trump didn't refrain from mentioning tax and regulations cuts, as well as the chance to 'get criminal justice reform,' which, according to the 72-year-old, the country has been trying for several years.
The mogul shared that the time his family has spent in the White House has been wonderful and to him 'it's a happy place and incredible place to be.'
"No administration has done more in the first two years than the Trump administration."
He finished his speech by wishing all guests a happy Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year, but even though Trump claims the last few years have been great, the same can't be said about the American people's trust in the President.
DISTRUST IN THE AIR
According to a poll conducted by NBC News and The Wall Street Journal, six out of ten Americans don't believe that Trump has been truthful regarding Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential elections.
The number of skeptics has grown since August when polls registered that 56 percent of people didn't trust the President's word, six percent less than the currently registered numbers.