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Trump's first State of the Union might be Stormy

Trump's first State of the Union might be Stormy

In an archaic (and borderline sexist descriptor), the New York Times has labeled the SOTU the "most high-profile appearance of the year for first ladies", but hey, considering her spa day, I expect Melania will at least be looking very refreshed for her big moment.

The alleged affair is reported to have taken place in 2006, not long after Donald and Melania were married and while she was pregnant with Barron.

Daniels is set to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! after Trump's speech.

"The trips mentioned in this story are examples of Mrs. Trump juggling dual roles-putting her son first while also fulfilling some of her duties as First Lady", Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for Melania Trump, told the Journal.

Though she was expected to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos with her husband, Melania Trump suddenly backed out of the trip last week, instead making a surprise visit to Mar-a-Lago. The NYT notes that the First Lady has cancelled a trip overseas with her husband and instead flew to Mar-a-Lago for a trip to the spa.

Nicole Eggert details abuse allegations against Scott Baio on "Today"
Baio fought back against Eggert's claims in a 15-minute Facebook Live video , in which he says her claims are "100-percent lies". Eggert made her claim against Baio on social media last week in response to a tweet on Baio supporting President Donald Trump.

She has been trying to stay out of the public eye ever since, the sources said, reports the New York Post.

State of the Union forecast between President Trump and the First Lady: Stormy with a chance of lightning bolts and icy glares.

But after weeks of near-complete silence from her, the White House confirmed on Monday (29 January) that she would be joining her husband for the State of the Union.

This month, the East Wing has worked to swat down all manner of rumors about Mrs. Trump's whereabouts and psyche, beginning with "Fire and Fury", a book by Michael Wolff that described Mrs. Trump as a first-lady-to-be who had not supported Mr. Trump's candidacy and cried on election night.

A spokesperson for Melania Trump said earlier this week that recent reports about the Trumps' marriage are "salacious" and "unrealistic scenarios being peddled daily by the fake news".