First Lady Melania Trump dazzled in a sleeveless vanilla lace dress at the kick off for the National Day of Prayer.
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) May 2, 2019
Donald Trump and First Lady Melania host a National Day Of Prayer dinner at the White House where Trump paid tribute to those killed in California synagogue shooting, Sri Lanka Easter bombings and New Zealand mosque massacres. pic.twitter.com/YDtu8kfgw7
— Amy (@RightHookUSA) May 2, 2019
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Daily Caller reported that FLOTUS looked just as striking as ever in the jaw-dropping sleeveless floral lace number as she joined President Donald Trump to celebrate the National Day of Prayer with interfaith leaders in the State Dining Room.
She completed the terrific look with loose hair and a gold belt around her waist. Luckily for us, a handful of pictures from the evening’s festivities have also surfaced on social media.
Reverend Franklin Graham and his daughter attended the dinner.
News missed another National Day of #Prayer Dinner at White House, Why? With @Franklin_Graham and daughter Cissie and many others & @FLOTUS Melania T. & @POTUS Donald T told group Continental Congress always opened with prayer. God Bless America. pic.twitter.com/1t4xZSoIz4
— Ron Rayburn (@RonRayburn) May 2, 2019
President Donald Trump spoke about the importance of unity and paid tribute to the victims of the California synagogue shooting and Sri Lanka Easter bombings on Wednesday as he hosted the National Day of Prayer dinner at the White House.
100 interfaith leaders and Trump administration officials gathered at the Capitol for the affair in anticipation of the National Day of Prayer, which falls on Thursday.
First Lady Melania entered the dinner hand-in-hand with Trump, dazzling in a flower-embroidered cream colored gown.
Trump opened the evening with a speech on how people of faith around the world have faced terrible hardship in the past year.
In his speech, he said violence and terrorism against people of all faiths must end, and that ‘all civilized nations must join together in this effort.’
Trump paid respects to Jewish-Americans killed and wounded last week at the Chabad of Poway synagogue in California. He also recalled the attacks on Christians in Sri Lanka last Easter and on Muslims in New Zealand the month before and cited the burning of three black churches in Louisiana and last year’s shooting spree at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
‘All of us in this room send our love and prayers to the Jewish Americans wounded at the Chabad of Poway shooting in California,’ he said. ‘And our hearts break for the life of Laurie Gilbert-Kaye who was so wickedly taken from us.
‘We mourn for the Christians murdered in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, and grieve for the Muslims murdered at their mosques in New Zealand.’
‘Here at home, we also remember the three historically black churches burned recently in Louisiana and the horrific shooting last year at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh,’ he added.