Watch The Moment Melania Trump Had To Remind Her President Husband To Properly Stand For The National Anthem

While celebrating Easter at the White House, Melania had to quickly get President Donald Trump together. 

The White House held its first Easter celebration on Monday, where First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron made a rare appearance. The pair still reside in New York City in order for Barron to finish out the school year.

And thank God they were there. In a clip that has now gone viral, Melania can be seen tapping her husband to put his hand on his heart for the National Anthem. 

If you blink, you might miss it, but the Slovenian former model had to remind her husband to take the appropriate stance for the song. She then looks at him, in what appears to be slight frustration.

Donald and Melania, who have been married for 12 years, have spent the majority of his term in office apart from each other. In addition to raising their son in NYC, Melania spends her time appearing at charitable events.

“I am a full time mom; that is my first job,” she told Parenting in a 2012 interview. 

“I cook him breakfast. Bring him to school. Pick him up. Prepare his lunch. I spend the afternoon with him. Sometimes I have obligations, but I also think children need to see a parent do what her passion is. It is a good example for a child. So the child can find passion as well and follow that passion in the future.”

When asked about her time with Donald, she said, “I  think it is more about quality time instead of quantity. I don’t think you need to be with your husband every minute of every day.”

If Trump was our president, we think we’d feel the same way.

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