Why Melania Trump’s speech yesterday at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast speech was “not very presidential”

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump are hosting a National Prayer Board gathering at the White House this afternoon, and they’ve also begun a “political speech sisters” program for the first time.

The program is a way for the Trumps to reach out to women and minorities.

The National Prayer Boards has previously hosted the presidents of the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and India.

It’s a unique way for each president to connect with people who matter to them.

“We’re all in this together, we have to all be together,” Trump said during a speech at the event.

“The prayer board, it is the one thing that will keep us all safe.

It is the only place that we can gather together.”

Here’s how it works: The President, First Lady, and the Cabinet members are all seated around a table, with each speaker standing up and asking the crowd to pray for a person or a cause that they care about.

Then each of the women and men seated around them kneels, with the President leading the prayer.

Each woman and man takes their hands and places them in the front row.

Trump has always been known for being very personal, so the First Lady is likely the only woman in the room.

She’s also been known to speak to her husband, President Trump, and her father, former President Barack Obama.

During the National Prayer Baskets, presidents are given a speech from a script written by the late, great author Eleanor Roosevelt.

“I think you’re going to want to sit down,” Melania Trump said in her speech, which was delivered by First Lady Jackie Robinson.

The speech was about “the power of prayer,” she said, and focused on “what the Bible says about this life and death.”

But it was also about “what we need to do to make sure that we are all on the same page.”

President Trump has made a habit of giving prayer-inspired speeches.

He delivered a speech about the importance of prayer at the Democratic National Convention last year, and this year he gave a prayer-filled address at the Women’s March.

“In prayer, we remember our families, the women who have died in the line of duty, and we remember the men and women who work so hard to protect us, and who fight for us,” he said.

But this speech was a bit different.

The First Lady didn’t talk about prayers, but instead focused on the issues facing America.

The Trumps were looking for ways to reach people, she said.

“You can hear it in your hearts.

You can hear the passion, the hope, the love,” she told the audience.

“This is a time to be united.

This is a moment to be inspired.

This moment is called the National Day of Prayer.”

Trump was speaking at the National Action Network (NAN) on the first day of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s 2017 Women’s History Month conference.

“At the end of the day, what we’re trying to do here is to build bridges.

We’re trying do that with a sense of hope, a sense that we have a chance to move forward and be more equal in this country, and that’s the hope of this National Prayer Summit,” the First Mrs. said.

The summit will feature speeches from a number of leaders, including former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and former Vice President Mike Pence.

The speeches are meant to give women “a voice in their own communities,” according to a press release from NAN.

“They’ll share stories about the struggles they’ve faced as women and women of color,” Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic House Speaker, said.

In her speech at NAN, President Donald J. Trump highlighted the “great role that the National Muslim American Service Corps played” in the country.

“When the Muslim American community needs support and resources, it’s because we’ve built them and given them a voice,” she explained.

“What we’re hearing today from Muslim American women is that we need them to stand up for us and to be part of our communities, to be active in our communities and not just in our classrooms.

This National Prayer Summits is a great way to do just that.”

It’s unclear what the First Ladies agenda for the Summit will be, but she said it will include a “sense of purpose.”

“It’s time to get back to work and to rebuild the American dream,” she continued.

“To work harder to build a brighter future for our families.

To put more Americans to work building the great American dream.

And we need your help.”

The First Ladies also announced plans for a National Muslim Youth Leadership Summit in the spring.

It will focus on youth empowerment and leadership, education, and community engagement.

They’ve already held the Summit twice, and have plans for the future.

The event is slated