RIGHT In Middle Of Speech, Melania Turned And Suddenly Everyone Saw Chilling Thing Behind Her(Video)

Melania Trump is wonderful and holds herself with such dignity and respect. Today, she gave a very heartfelt speech about the opioid epidemic that has been raping our nation.
Look what was right behind her the whole time. At about 2:30 minutes in she turned and did the incredible.

The first lady then turned around to kiss a recovering addict and tell her that she is praying for her. God bless our first lady. She is so darn wonderful.
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President Donald Trump proclaimed the opioid epidemic a ‘national public health emergency’ Thursday afternoon and made it personal by invoking his late brother Fred.
‘We will defeat this opioid epidemic,’ Trump declared. ‘We are going to overcome addiction in America,’ the president assured.
Trump made the crisis personal as he delivered remarks on the issue from the White House’s East Room on Thursday with his wife Melania standing by.
Reflecting on the affliction that snuffed out 64,000 American lives last year, Trump brought up his brother Fred, who died of alcoholism when he was 43
‘I learned myself, I had a brother Fred, great guy, best looking guy, best personality, much better than mine, but he had a problem,’ Trump said, noting how his brother would tell him again and again to not touch alcohol.
Trump said he listened to his brother’s advice and suggested teaching kids when they’re young not to do drugs could do the trick.
‘To this day I haven’t had a drink and I have no longing for it, I have no interest in it. And to this day I’ve never had a cigarette,’ Trump said.
First lady Melania Trump was on hand to introduce her husband, having adopted the opioid crisis as one of her office’s issues. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Ivanka Trump and members of the president’s Cabinet were present in the audience.
‘This can happen to any of us, drug addiction can take your friends, neighbors and family. No state has been spared. And no demographic has been untouched,’ the first lady said, ‘which is why my husband and his administration has dedicated itself to combatting this health crisis by using every resource available.’
Melania singled out recovering addict Sabrah Jean Collar, standing on stage behind her on a set of risers, and congratulated her on her 10th year of sobriety.
‘We are so proud of you for all that you have overcome, Sabrah, and pray for you as you continue on this journey,’ she said, turning to give the woman a hug and a peck on the cheek.
When the president took the podium he thanked his wife for her ‘very deep devotion’ and called the epidemic not just a national problem, but a global one.
‘As you all know from personal experience, families, communities and citizens from across our country are currently dealing with the worst drug crisis in American history and even, if you really think about it, world history,’ Trump said.
He talked about the frequency of death from the drugs, citing the 64,000 deaths last year.
‘That’s 175 lost American lives per day. That’s seven lost lives per hour in our country,’ Trump said. ‘Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of unintentional death in the United States by far.’
‘More people are dying from drug overdoses today than gun homicides and motor vehicles combined,’ the president practically marveled, remarking that prescription painkiller abuse and heroin use are driving up deaths.
He shed light on one of the most horrific parts of the scourge, babies born addicted to opioids, spending the first days of their lives going through detox.
‘Some of these children will likely lose one or both of their parents to drug addiction and overdose,’ Trump noted. ‘They will join the growing ranks of America’s opioid orphans.’
‘Such beautiful, beautiful babies,’ Trump murmured.
Trump also linked the drug problem to his border wall, suggesting its construction could prevent more illegal opioids coming in.
‘An astonishing 90 percent of the heroin in America comes from South of the border where we will be building a wall, which will greatly help with this problem,’ Trump said.
Trump signed a directive on opioid abuse from the stage using two pens. One he gave to a young boy, the other he gave to Christie, the head of his opioid abuse commission, welcoming him to the stage.
As Christie returned to his seat, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, a state that’s been especially affected by the plague of addiction, shook the Republican governor’s hand and pulled him in for a hug.
Outside the White House Christie told reporters, ‘I cannot tell you how important this will be to the millions of American families out there who have been affected by this epidemic, who have lost loved ones, who are struggling today to reclaim loved ones from this addiction to know that the President of the United States cares about this, talked about it as personally as he did today, with his own experience to these folks, this makes them know that he is one of them.’
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