Published On: Tue, Sep 24th, 2019

Melania Trump: FLOTUS branded ‘Donald’s cane’ as President struggles in shocking video | World | News

The First Lady is seen holding hands with her husband, Donald Trump as they enter the building together. But eagle-eyed viewers noticed he dragged his right leg while walking. This has sparked Twitter users to mock Melania for needing to assist her husband who appeared to “look a bit wobbly”.

One person said on Twitter: “Trump walked into the UN with assistance from his 5’11” cane, Melania. Note his right leg drag.”

Another added: “That foot kick and drag thing is getting more noticeable.”

A third said: “That lumbering shuffle walk is getting more and more pronounced by the day. How much longer until he just topples over?”

Melania attended the UN summit after ringing the New York Stock Exchange opening bell on Monday as part of her be Best initiative.

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She was joined by children from the United Nations International School while standing in front of a backdrop promoting Be Best, the first lady’s youth initiative.

Mrs Trump received applause on the exchange floor and chatted with the children, who looked excited and nervous.

But social media users hit out at the event as they labelled it a “photo opportunity” with the children following outrage from parents not wanting their children to be pictured with Melania.

The First Lady shared a video and pictures of the historical moment on Twitter.

There was only room for 10 students to go on the tour with Melania, but it was enough to rile up parents who were concerned their children would be used as political props.

Predrag Vasic, a UN public information officer, said in a letter to a UN undersecretary-general he was “disappointed by the decision to accept this invitation”.

He added: “I no longer have children in the Junior School, but the concern that I share with many other parents is that those children aren’t only representing themselves and their parents; they are representing our school, and all of us as the UNIS community.”

Parents expressed concerns their children’s appearance with the First Lady would signal an endorsement of the Trump administration.

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