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Melania Trump's Actions After Landing In Florida Is Turning Heads

On January 20th, 2021, before Joe Biden's inauguration, Donald Trump and Melania Trump left the White House to begin their post-presidency life in Florida. According to the Chicago Tribune, the pair landed at Palm Beach International Airport, quote, more than an hour before Biden was to be sworn in as the 46th U.S. president.

The outgoing president will be remembered, at least partially, for the norms he challenged or ignored throughout his time in office - depending on your political leanings, and that didn't change on his final day either. Trump refused to attend Biden's inauguration or participate in most of the centuries-old traditions meant to ensure a peaceful transition of power; for example, he and Melania did not invite the Bidens to the White House, like so many presidents and first ladies have done before them.

It turns out Trump's inauguration snub towards Biden isn't the only thing people are talking about, as Melania was once again caught snubbing her husband on camera.

In her final public appearance as first lady of the United States, Melania did something she'd become known for during her husband's presidency: she showcased a seemingly blatant disdain towards her husband. After the couple arrived in Florida on Inauguration Day, Melania was caught walking away from her husband as soon as they got off Air Force One. Instead of stopping to wave at supporters and pose for photos like Donald did, she immediately walked to the car, per Hollywood Life.

A clip of Melania ditching Trump was shared on social media, with Twitter users saying she's officially checked out. One commentator wrote,

I love that many people still see Melania's moments of casual contempt for Trump as signs she too knows Trump is evil.

While another added,

Melania is totally done. She already quit posing.

In fact, her actions also have people wondering whether the pair will separate now that Trump's presidency is over.

In November 2020, the Daily Mail reported ex-aide Omarosa Manigault Newman said Melania Trump is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce. Newman said she would have liked to divorce Donald sooner but she was worried about the repercussions. She explained,

If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he's in office, he would find a way to punish her.

Stephanie Wolkoff, another former aide, said the couple had separate bedrooms in the White House, alleging the pair's relationship was a transactional marriage and that Melania never expected Donald to win in 2016.

Based on Melania's conduct, Twitter seems to think a separation is inevitable and that she will likely not waste any time getting the divorce paperwork started. One person tweeted,

She's looking forward to signing those divorce papers asap.

Another wrote,

I'm going to predict divorce papers are filed in the first 90 days as civilians.

A third added,

She's in a hurry. Got a meeting with the divorce lawyer in 10.

It's unclear what the future holds for the Trumps or their marriage, but for now, they plan to live at the former president's Mar-a-Lago estate, as per the New York Post.

Melania Trump made a brief speech before boarding Air Force One on Jan. 20, 2021 after Donald Trump asked her to say a few words. According to USA Today, she said:

Being your first lady was my greatest honor. Thank you for your love and support. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all, God bless your families and God bless this beautiful nation. Thank you.

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Andrew Jackson: Founder of the Democratic Party (1829 - 1837)

President #7 represents a huge shift in American political history. The first six were educated members of the upper class, but Jackson was a commoner, elected on a wave of populist enthusiasm. He was also the founder of the modern Democratic Party. Was he a champion for the common man? Was he just a racist bigot? Was he somewhere in between? Let's get through some details about his life and administration.

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Andrew Jackson: Reinventing the Presidency

A biography of America's 7th president, ANDREW JACKSON: GOOD, EVIL AND THE PRESIDENCYexplores whether Andrew Jackson is a president Americans should celebrate or apologize for. We discover how Jackson fought in the Revolutionary War when he was just thirteen -- then used what he learned to kill a man over a gambling debt; how Jackson led the American army to the most surprising victory in its history in the Battle of New Orleans -- but also launched an unauthorized invasion of Florida; how Jackson was the first great champion of the common white man -- but also owned over a hundred black Americans; how Jackson dramatically expanded the United States -- by brutally wresting vast regions of the south from Native Americans; how Jackson, in one of the boldest political strokes in history, founded the Democratic Party -- and yet was viewed by his enemies as an American Napoleon. The film concludes with the words of Jackson's first biographer, Andrew Jackson was a patriot, and a traitor. He was the greatest of generals, and wholly ignorant of the art of war. He was the most candid of men, and capable of the profoundest dissimulation. He was a democratic autocrat, an urbane savage, an atrocious saint.

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Andrew Jackson - the People's President

An incomplete documentary project cut short because of COVID-19. This video uses b-roll shot filmed at the Hermitage, as well as the interview I filmed with the Hermitage's Head of Interpretation, Mike Zimmerman.

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President Andrew Jackson’s story is the first I'm telling in a series on Presidential History and the expanding role of the executive branch. In order to understand future Presidencies, like those of Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, LBJ, or Trump, you need to know Andrew Jackson. This video explains Jackson’s time in the White House, from the Nullification crisis and the National Bank War, to the Indian Removal Act. Sources below. Enjoy! My main source was American Lion by Jon Meacham and his endless research at the Hermitage has been an invaluable help in crafting this video.

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Andrew Jackson (March 15, 1767 – June 8, 1845) was an American soldier and statesman who served as the seventh President of the United States from 1829 to 1837. Before being elected to the presidency, Jackson gained fame as a general in the United States Army and served in both houses of Congress. As president, Jackson sought to advance the rights of the common man against a corrupt aristocracy and to preserve the Union.

Born in the Waxhaws to Scotch-Irish migrants, Jackson became a frontier lawyer and married Rachel Donelson Robards. He served briefly in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate representing Tennessee. After resigning, he served as a justice on the Tennessee Supreme Court from 1798 until 1804. Jackson purchased a property later known as the Hermitage, and became a wealthy, slaveowning planter. In 1801, he was appointed colonel of the Tennessee militia and was elected its commander the following year. He led troops during the Creek War of 1813–1814, winning the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. The subsequent Treaty of Fort Jackson required the Creek surrender of vast lands in present-day Alabama and Georgia. Jackson won a decisive victory in the War of 1812 over the British at the Battle of New Orleans, making him a national hero. After the war, Jackson led U.S. forces in the First Seminole War, which caused the annexation of Florida from Spain. Jackson briefly served as Florida's first territorial governor before returning to the Senate. He ran for president in 1824, winning a plurality of the popular and electoral vote. As no candidate won an electoral majority, the House of Representatives elected John Quincy Adams in a contingent election. In reaction to the alleged corrupt bargain between Adams and Henry Clay and the ambitious agenda of President Adams, Jackson's supporters founded the Democratic Party.

Jackson ran again in 1828, defeating Adams in a landslide. Jackson faced the threat of secession by South Carolina over the Tariff of Abominations. The crisis was defused when the tariff was amended, and Jackson threatened the use of military force if South Carolina attempted to secede. Congress, led by Clay, tried to reauthorize the Second Bank of the United States; Jackson regarded the Bank as a corrupt institution and vetoed the renewal of its charter. After a lengthy struggle, Jackson and his allies thoroughly dismantled the Bank. In 1835, Jackson became the only president to completely pay off the national debt, fulfilling a longtime goal. His presidency marked the beginning of the ascendancy of the spoils system in American politics. In 1830, Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act, which relocated most members of the Native American tribes in the South to Indian Territory. The relocation process dispossessed the Indians and resulted in widespread death and sickness. In foreign affairs, Jackson's administration concluded a most favored nation treaty with Great Britain, settled claims of damages against France from the Napoleonic Wars, and recognized the Republic of Texas. He vehemently opposed the rising trend of abolitionism.

In his retirement, Jackson remained active in Democratic Party politics, supporting the presidencies of Martin Van Buren and James K. Polk. Though fearful of its effects on the slavery debate, Jackson advocated the annexation of Texas, which was accomplished shortly before his death. Jackson was widely revered in the United States as an advocate for democracy and the common man, but his reputation has declined since the civil rights movement, largely due to his role in Indian removal and support for slavery. Surveys of historians and scholars have ranked Jackson favorably among United States presidents.

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