25 individuals from 25 nations will become U.S. citizens
The National Archives hosts a historic event
The National Archives is set to hold a special ceremony this Friday at 10 a.m. in the renowned National Archives Rotunda. The event will witness the naturalization of 25 individuals from 25 different nations, as they become proud citizens of the United States. The ceremony will take place in front of the Constitution and other significant founding documents.
Former First Lady Melania Trump has been invited to speak at the ceremony, where she will touch upon the responsibilities that come with being an American citizen. In her speech, Mrs. Trump is expected to emphasize the importance of active participation in the democratic process, as well as upholding freedom and contributing to society.
Looking forward to the event, Mrs. Trump expressed her gratitude for the invitation and shared her personal connection to the experience of becoming a U.S. citizen. She added that the ceremony holds great significance, especially due to its location in the historic Rotunda of the National Archives, which she described as a magnificent venue.
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. Trump expressed her support for her husband’s presidential campaign and her hopes of “restoring hope for the future and leading America with love and strength” if he were to secure a second term in the White House.
During her time as First Lady, Mrs. Trump championed various initiatives, including her “Be Best” campaign, which focused on fostering the well-being and development of children. She also played a crucial role in strengthening the child welfare system, collaborating with Congress to pass legislation that secured funding for educational grants for youth and young adults in foster care.
Since her departure from the White House, Mrs. Trump has also ventured into the world of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and created special edition NFTs. A portion of the proceeds from these tokens went towards her initiative, “Fostering the Future,” which aims to provide support for children in the foster care community.
The former First Lady’s presence at the naturalization ceremony is expected to bring a sense of inspiration and reflection to the new citizens and their families as they recite the Oath of Allegiance and officially join the American nation.