Melania Trump Just Visited A Child Detention Center – Something Michelle Obama NEVER Did

When Michelle Obama was the first lady, she enjoyed the high life, traveling the globe to exotic locations and partying with celebrities at the White House. The media held her up as some sort of saint.

Melania Trump just visited a child detention center at the border. Something Michelle Obama never found the time to do in eight years. Will the media give Melania any credit?

The Daily Caller reports:


According to officials at the Departments of Homeland Security and Health And Human Services, there is no record of Michelle Obama making a public visit to any child detention center before, during or after her tenure as first lady.

Both Michelle Obama and Barack Obama have criticized the Trump administration for enforcing immigration laws on our border, which may result in the separation of illegal immigrant parents and children. The Obamas faced similar issues during their administration, as thousands of accompanied and unaccompanied minors flooded the U.S. border with Mexico, particularly during Obama’s second term. Obama detained thousands of migrant children in cages, and lawsuits accuse his administration of inhuman conditions in detainment facilities.

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Despite thousands of migrant minors being held in detainment during their administration, there are no records indicating that Mrs. Obama took the time to visit one of the detention centers that held accompanied and unaccompanied minors.

Here’s a video report from ABC:


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