First Lady Melania Shines In Pink During Welcoming Of Colombian President

This Wednesday, First Lady Melania Trump turned during the greeting of Colombian leaders at the White House when she stepped out in a beautiful pink coat.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump welcome Colombian President Ivan Duque Marquez and first lady Maria Juliana Ruiz Sandoval to the White House February 13, 2019 in Washington, DC.
(Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Our gorgeous first lady looked as striking as ever wearing a long-sleeve colorful plaid coat with pink fur cuffs, as she joined her husband President Trump welcoming President Ivan Doque Marquez and first lady Maria Juliana Ruiz Sandoval.

Her fantastic look was completed with loose hair, nude-colored high heels and a matching plaid belt. It would be an understatement to say that pink is our first lady’s color.

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump greet Colombian President Ivan Duque(2ndL) and his wife Maria Ruiz(L) at the White House in Washington, DC, on February 13, 2019.  (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

President Marquez and President Trump are expected to discuss a range of bilateral issues during their meetings.

The President said that he’s looking at “all options” to deal with the crisis in Venezuela, which shares it’s borders with Colombia.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump welcome Colombian President Ivan Duque and his wife Maria Juliana Ruiz to the White House in Washington, U.S., February 13, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

First Lady Melania proved once again that her winter fashion is always on point.

Melania Trump really knows how to look like a lady. She is beautiful on the inside and on the outside, and even though there are people who dislike her, she remains a kind person.

White House Aide Who Made Joke About McCain’s Health Condition Will Be Removed From The White House

CNN Kelly Sadler, the White House communications aide who made an inappropriate comment about Senator McCain’s health last month, left the White House where she served as a communications aide, sources with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.

It’s still unclear whether her removing from the WH was specifically tied to her comment about Sen. John Mccain, which triggered widespread backlash.

Senator John McCain, 81, was diagnosed in 2017 with glioblastoma, an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Neither the Sadler nor the White House issued a public apology of the remark, even after it attracted widespread condemnation. CNN Kelly Sadler privately called Sen. John McCain’s daughter, Meghan, to apologize.

CNN Kelly Sadler allegedly said the 2008 Republican presidential nominee, the six-term senator, and the ex-prisoner of war was immaterial because “he’s dying anyway.”

Sadler’s remark lingered as a story for days afterward when the WH focused on the leaking of internal discussions rather than the crudeness of her comment.

The daughter of Senator John McCain, Meghan Marguerite McCain, commented that Kelly Sadler should not only apologize to her father but should be out of a job.

‘I don’t understand what kind of environment you’re working in when that would be acceptable, and then you can come to work the next day and still have a job,’ Meghan McCain said from her seat on ABC’s ‘The View.’

‘I was promised an apology by Kelly Sadler, publicly, to my family,’ she added. ‘I did not receive that.’

The news about Kelly Sadler’s departure came right after Fox News learned that several WH communications staffers were informed that a major purge of their ranks was imminent.

According to Fox News, ‘Senior officials in the White House communications office also decided to cancel the large morning communications team meetings, attended by lower-ranking staffers, in an apparent effort to clamp down on leaks.’

‘I’m an Honest Person’ – Sarah Sanders Pushes Back On Reporters Questioning Her Credibility

This Thursday, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders repeatedly refused to answer some of the reporters’ questions about her credibility and whether her statements are accurate.

Josh Dawsey who’s the White House reporter for The Washington Post asked press secretary Sanders if a statement she made in August about the special counsel was accurate.

‘I know you want to get me into a back-and-forth with you on this conversation,’ Sanders answered.

The Washington Post White House correspondent Dawsey pushed back that he wasn’t after ‘a back-and-forth’ and said that he just wanted to know if her statement in August was accurate.

‘I work day in, day out, and I believe, frankly, with the majority of you here in the room — I think Y’all know I’m an honest person who works extremely hard to provide you with accurate information at all times,’ Sanders said.

Andrew Feinberg who is the White House Correspondent for Breakfast Media told Sarah that Trump is repeatedly making comments that are not accurate.

Feinberg wondered why reporters and all of the American citizens should trust the information coming from the White House if it’s been discovered to be untrue in the past.

‘I work every single day to give you accurate and up-to-date information, and I’m going to continue to do that,’ Sanders responded. ‘Frankly, I think my credibility’s probably higher than the media’s.’

Sarah Sanders said that she believes that it’s because of the media’s focus on attacking President Trump instead of reporting the news.

‘I think that if you spent a little bit more time reporting the news instead of trying to tear me down, you might actually see that we’re working hard trying to provide you good information,’ she added.

Pamela Brown, the White House Correspondent for CNN was the catalyst to reporters asking about statements press secretary Sarah Sanders has made in the past.

At the beginning of the press briefing, CNN’ Pamela Brown asked Sarah about the statement she made about the President dictating a statement about his son Donald Trump Jr.

‘Do you want to correct the record on your statement from August when you said he certainly didn’t dictate?’ she asked.

Sarah also said that she wouldn’t comment on the outside counsel and won’t’ get into a back-and-forth with Brown about it.

According to IJR Red, ‘The recurring push to have Sanders answer whether she feels she’s being honest comes the day after CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta called for reporters to ‘stick together’ if Sanders cuts someone off.’

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