On Valentine’s day, the often unappreciated and hard working First Lady of the United States Melania Trump was busy spending time with a group of ill children at the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Several of the children have rare genetic diseases including sickle cell anemia, giant axonal neuropathy and various other immunodeficiency diseases, according to the hospital spokeswoman.
Families stay at the NIH inn to participate in clinical research — diving into the behavior and nature of living systems — to try to reduce the burdens of illnesses and disabilities on children.
It is now the third year Trump has visited the inn on Feb. 14.
Trump wore red as she met with the children — including some on bed rest — and helped to craft special valentines.
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