Melania Trump offers sympathy for COVID victims in convention speech
First Lady Melania Trump offered what was the most open acknowledgment of the toll taken by the coronavirus during theso far, expressing sympathy for those grieving lost loved ones, and in her speech, she also said that the U.S. has more work to do to address racial unrest and division.
Mrs. Trump, who has taken a quieter, behind-the-scenes role than recent other first ladies, offered support for her husband and his administration’s work. But she also offered a softer, sympathetic tone on the virus that continues to ravage the nation.
The first lady said her husband would not rest until a COVID-19 vaccine is available, a tacit acknowledgment of the high human costs of the virus, over 178,000 dead.
“I want to acknowledge the fact that since March, our lives have changed drastically. The invisible enemy, COVID-19, swept across our beautiful country. And …continued .
[Source: CBS News]