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Ms Trump and the former US president left the White House on January 20, as the Biden administration was inaugurated. A report has detailed the changes Mrs Trump made to the White House while serving as First Lady, including statues and “restoration” projects.
The Washington Post reported the former First Lady added a variety of refurbishments to the 132-room White House.
Mrs Trump added a bronze statue by Isamu Noguchi, a restoration of the East Room and new fabrics to replace sun-damaged upholstery and walls in the Red Room.
Practical projects were also carried out, including the modernisation of the sub-basement curatorial storage room and restoration of historical wooden doors that had been dinged by presidential dogs over the decades.
A statement from Mrs Trump’s post-Presidency office confirmed she carried out a number of “restoration projects” while living in the White House.
They said: “She is passionate about the historic preservation of the White House and its grounds, ensuring history and beauty are preserved for generations to come.”
The White House Historical Association’s President also confirmed Mrs Trump took an interest in the building, according to the Washington Post.
Mrs Trump also redesigned the White House Rose Garden in 2020, sparking outrage from Twitter users.
The redesigned garden saw roses and trees planted by Jackie Kennedy in 1961 removed for a “plainer look”.
One Twitter user said: “I normally think Melania has impeccable taste – but removing Jackie O’s rose garden and all the beautiful flowers and colour, for whatever reason, I find really upsetting.
“Not to mention not nearly as beautiful. Not everything historical is meant to be redone.”
At the time, Mrs Trump said the redesigned garden was meant to be an “act of expressing hope and optimism for the future.”
She added in a statement: “Our country has seen difficult times before.
“But the White House and the Rose Garden have always stood as a symbol of our strength, resilience and continuity.”
The restoration of the garden was funded by private donors ahead of the Republican Party Conference.
And her involvement with the White House may not be over yet.
Mr Trump told a CPAC audience on Sunday that Mrs Trump would be “the future first lady”.
He also claimed that he would “beat” the Democrats for a “third time” referring to false claims that he won the 2020 election.
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