This Friday, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump took off on their 12-day trip to Asia, but before taking off for the long run, the two made a stop in Hawaii, where they visited the memorial museum of Pearl Harbor, a site where more than 2300 sailors, Army members as well as civilians lost their lives during the surprise attack from Japan, which prompted the U.S. involvement into World War II, reported USA Newsflash.
But their brief visit came to an end, and after visiting the Trump International Hotel Waikiki in Hawaii, First Lady Melania Trump kicked off her heels and opted for a pair of comfy flats as she and President Trump waved goodbye from Air Force One as they prepared to leave Hawaii.
And while the entire moment was touching as a whole, it was Melania who immediately stole the show. She was escorted by Command Commander Admiral Harry Harris to Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, and she quickly gained the attention of the paparazzi, as she was donned in a long green dress, decorated with black and blue palm leaves as well as a light pink trim on the bottom.
She completed her look with a pair of pink flats and her signature black shades.
Their next stop is the Yokota Air Base in Fussa, Japan, where President Trump is expected to meet with the Japanese President and Prime Minister, with the goal of negotiating fairer deals for the U.S.
Trump landed in Hawaii on Friday as he set out on the longest trip to Asia by an American president in more than a quarter century, looking for help to pressure North Korea to stand down from a nuclear crisis.
North Korea’s missile and nuclear weapons programs are likely to be the issue dominating the first part of his trip, which includes stops in South Korea’s capital and Beijing as well as Tokyo.
The trip began just days after Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort was indicted in the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election and after his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, faced Democratic calls to appear before Congress again to clarify his previous testimony about the campaign’s Russia contacts.
Amid the furor caused by the revelations, the Kremlin said on Friday that a meeting between Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin at an Asian economic summit next week was being discussed, and Trump said it might happen.