Melania Trump Makes US History With Osprey Flight To Visit Troops (Video)

Melania Trump continues to impress in her own way and with her own style. The First lady really is a thankless job and the left has relentlessly bashed Melania in ways they never did before.

It goes with the territory if your last name is Trump but the media should be more careful and follow Chelsea Clinton’s lead.

Chelsea just bashed the haters on the left after they again went after Barron Trump who hasn’t done a thing to anyone and reminded them that children of our leaders are innocent and off limits.

Melania can’t ask for that treatment but she does expect fair coverage in the media and she rarely gets it.  

From CNN: Melania Trump spent part of Wednesday flying over areas of Virginia and the Atlantic Ocean in a V-22 Osprey, becoming the first first lady to do so.

The Osprey is a massive military flight machine that can fly longer ranges like a plane while also having the ability to land and take off like a helicopter, a maneuver that came in handy when Trump paid a visit to the USS George H.W. Bush, the Navy’s 1,092-foot long warship, which is powered by two nuclear reactors.

Trump’s appearance on the aircraft carrier was the last of three military-themed events in which the first lady took part in the span of about five hours, first to Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, outside of Washington, where she boarded the V-22, and then on to Joint Base Langley-Eustis, in Hampton, Virginia, for a tour and a meet-and-greet with military families.

“When preparing for this stop, I learned that this base is more than 100 years old, and has a long history of excellence,” said Trump in prepared remarks to the approximately 600 servicemembers at Langley-Eustis.

“I also learned that the airmen and soldiers in this room have stepped up after natural disasters, like Hurricane Michael, and that many of you have recently returned home from deployment. I am honored to be able to say welcome home and thank you for answering the call of duty,” she added.

This is video of the osprey in action: