Melania Trump is the most unpopular first lady in history

Melania Trump, after departure from the White House last week gained the vote as the most unpopular First Lady in history of US.

As per reports of the CNN/SSRS poll, the rating included 42 per cent in favour while 47 per cent voted against.

Prior to that, the least popular poll was received by Hillary Clinton, who got 52 per cent favourable and 39 per cent unfavourable votes in her term.

Whereas, the average popularity poll ratings before Melania included 71 per cent popular and 21 per cent unpopularity ratings.

Although it is not that bad for Melania, as she receives a better rating of 84 per cent compared to 79 per cent, thus giving her a more popular position among Republicans than her husband, Mr Donald Trump.

Reports state that Donald Trump is not only unpopular among the public but his family as well seems to be maintaining an adequate distance from the former president. 

Trump’s niece Mary Trump spoke to the Sunday Telegraph, stating that she might change her name.

She also mentions to the publication that her 74-year-old uncle’s presence on the country is ‘incalculable’.

“The damage Donald has done to this country is incalculable. We’re just waiting to find out how much is irreparable,” she said

And this is not the first time the clinical psychologist has expressed her concerns in regard to Trump, his actions and the chances of her getting her name changed.

Last week, as Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, Trump’s term in the Oval Office, came to an end, finally.

Interestingly changes in the oval office are taking over pretty soon, one of them being the popular ‘Diet Coke’ button of Trump.

This button has been in the news and also witnessed by several political journalists; it is a small box with a little red button on it on Trump’s Oval Office desk.

Trump used to press the red button to get his favourite fizzy drink on a silver platter.

In 2017, Julie Pace, the Associated Press journalist mentioned about the button, “Midway through my interview with President Donald Trump, he reached over and pressed a red button on his desk in the Oval Office.”

“It didn’t trigger a nuclear launch or send advisers scurrying into the room.”

She adds, “Instead, a White House butler walked in with a single glass of Diet Coke on a silver tray for the commander in chief.”