In her first interview as a potential future First Lady in 2015, Melania remained relatively tight-lipped. She expressed an openness to the idea of winning and taking up the key role of FLOTUS but would not commit to anything specifically. She told People magazine: “It’s a long road. I take it day by day. My husband has a lot of people cheering for him. We will see.”
Meanwhile, her real estate mogul husband said she “would be an amazing representative for our country".
He added: “I could see her being very involved in women’s health issues.”
However, Melania was very clear about the type of First Lady she would be.
She said: “I’m my own person. I’m not a yes person. So I tell it as it is.”
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Melania and Donald Trump (Image: GETTY)
The President and First Lady at a rally (Image: GETTY)
The former model said she thinks her husband admires this quality about her.
The pair also opened up about raising their son Barron, who is now 13 years old.
Melania, who was born and raised in former Yugoslavia – now Slovenia – said she is raising her son to be bilingual.
Young Barron frequently calls his grandmother and talks to her in Slovenian, she said.
Melania revealed she is "not a yes person" (Image: GETTY)
Melania added: “My opinion is that the more languages you speak, better it is, but when