Melania Trump will very well steal the spotlight from her outspoken husband Monday night as she takes the podium at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena.
Trump’s third wife is the talk of the convention floor, but it doesn't mean he won't be far. away.
Norah O’Donnell told Inside Edition: “We are hearing that Donald Trump will be here in the arena, he may even introduce her… I think he probably wants to introduce her and I think he wants to appear every night at this convention, four nights in a row.”
The Daily Show's Trevor Noah joked to Inside Edition: “I think there are lots of people who have no idea she has an accent.”
If Trump wins the White House in November, Melania will be the first foreign-born first lady since John Quincy Adam's wife, Louisa, during his presidency from 1825 to 1829. Louisa Adams was born in London and has so far been the only non-American first lady.
Melania was born Melania Knauss in 1970 in the small town of Sevnica, Slovenia.
Her hometown sits on the banks of a river, surrounded by lush hills. She's fondly remembered as a beautiful young girl who loved to play dress-up.
At 17, she moved with her sister to the capital city, Ljubljana, to attend an elite high school.
America is also being introduced to Trump’s running mate Mike Pence Monday night, along with his wife of 31 years, Karen.