Melania Trump establishes post-White House office with former staff members

by Jenny Mount · Jan 27th, 2021 4:21 pm

Last Updated Jan 28th, 2021 at 3:00 pm

Former First Lady Melania Trump is establishing a post-White House office to maintain her "Be Best" initiative to help children.

The "Be Best" initiative is aimed at raising awareness about children's health and well-being, safety online and prevention of social media bullying, and the impact of the opioid crisis on children. Trump has hired three of her White House staff members to make up her post-White House office in Palm Beach, Florida.

Hayley D'Antuono, who served as Trump's director of operations and trip supervisor, is now her chief of staff. Mary "Casey" Finzer, who was a low-level staff assistant, will be working as part of the operational and administrative side of Trump's post-White House team. An unpaid senior adviser to Trump, Marcia Kelly, is also staying onboard to be a part of the post-White House office.

Sources say that Trump is currently working out of and living in former President Donald Trump's private club, but she is looking for separate office space in the Palm Beach area.

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