White House or prison?

Recently Melania Trump paid a visit to the Children’s National Hospital in Washington D.C. where she was asked multiple questions by young patients.

When asked by ten-year-old Andy where in the world would she love to spend the holidays she responded, “I would spend my holidays on a deserted island, a tropical island—with my family.”

Twitter took to storm when they heard about this conversation, noticing the slight pause in her answer. Many imply that the First Lady never wanted to be FLOTUS and that she’s simply unhappy with her current living state and family.

This isn’t the first sign of remoteness she has indicated. Earlier this year Trump was caught liking a tweet from her official Twitter reading, “Seems the only #Wall @realDonaldTrump’s built is the one between him and @FLOTUS #Melania #Trump.”

Rather than ignoring the tweet, showing that she is content with her loving husband, she liked the tweet. Hinting that she may or may not agree with what was said.

It’s hard to say what she’s actually feeling, since she isn’t the easiest person to read. I would say the best way to describe her in one word is monotonous. Dull, tedious, and repetitive; lacking in variety and interest.

While the White House in previous years has been described as an endless pleasurable retreat, it can be more described as a prison to the First Lady.