President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the G20 summit, and this was one of the most important events of the year. The summit was followed by numerous scandals and protests. Hamburg went on fire, and protesters blocked the streets. But, something else caught everyone’s attention.
First Lady Melania wore an amazing dress for the occasion, and reporters caught her greeting with the Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was a moment we were all looking for.
The alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential elections created a mild tension, and many thought that this meeting would be quite awkward. But, there were no problems, and President Donald Trump already met with Putin. They were talking for 2 hours and 16 minutes, and many were intrigued by the meeting.
The former model literally towered over the Russian president, and greeted him with a warm smile.
First Lady Melania wore an amazing shining, knee-length dress. Fashion experts agree that this dress was different than any other dress she wore. The First Lady completed her look with white stilettos. Many thought that she would still carry the “impressions” of her exhausting day, but our amazing First Lady looked absolutely stunning.
The First Lady met with the French first lady Brigette Macron. She posed with other politicians and their spouses right before the “avalanche” of meetings.
President Donald Trump had a face-to-face meeting with the Russian President. Many said that both presidents came up with a mutual solution to the problem in Syria.
Earlier in the day, First Lady Melania couldn’t get out of the hotel in which she stayed. Violent rioters blocked the streets in an effort to express their disagreement with the G20 summit. The First Lady was literally trapped in her hotel, but everything went well at the end of the day. We can only hope that those rioters will never go back in the streets.
What do you think about the dress First Lady Melania Trump wore at the G20 summit? Do you like it? Do you think she picked the right dress for this occasion? Will this summit change anything in the US?