Melania Trump Shows Incredible Class … Who She Invites As Her Special Guests to Barbara Bush’s Funeral Says Everything

Kirsters Baish| After the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush at the age of 92 last week, the Bush family began working on arranging a proper memorial service.

The Washington Examiner reported that Mrs. Bush died after spending her evening drinking bourbon and chatting with friends on the telephone. People from all around the world sent their condolences to the Bush family, including Melania Trump. She stated that Barbara Bush was “a woman of indisputable character and grace.”

Mrs. Trump explained in a statement, “It was my honor to travel to Houston to give my respects to Barbara Bush and the remarkable life she led as a mother, wife, and fearless First Lady.”

Current First Lady Melania Trump has once again shown her class. Who Mrs. Trump invited to the funeral says a lot about her character.

The Hill reported that Melania brought two White House staffers as her guests to the funeral of Barbara Bush in Houston, Texas. These two particular staffers had close connections to the Bush family.

Conservative Tribune reported that “White House usher Buddy Carter and former White House head maitre d’ George Hainey were guests of the first lady at the service on Saturday.”

“She knew they were very close to the Bush family and wanted them to be able to pay their respects,” One of Mrs. Trump’s spokeswomen explained.

President Trump was not in attendance at the funeral service, but he was watching the live coverage from his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago.

Barbara Bush attended Smith College and was known as a very modest first lady.  She once stated, “All I ever did was marry and birth well.” 

Conservative Tribune wrote of the former First Lady, “Much like her daughter-in-law Laura Bush, she made literacy the keystone cause of her time as first lady.”

Melania Trump seems to be following in the footsteps of Mrs. Bush in the sense that she has often been spotted reading to young children. Melania exudes the same class and elegance that Mrs. Bush carried herself with as well. She purposely invited two White House staffers, who knew Mrs. Bush and otherwise would not have been able to attend the funeral, to be her personal guests. That says a lot about her character and how she views respect. She gives what she expects to receive when it comes to respect.

Fox News reported on the passing of Mrs. Bush: