When I met the president at the White House a couple of months ago, I was struck by the resemblance to my father.
Both men were tall, broad-shouldered, and with thickly muscled arms.
Both wore khakis, blue jeans, and a black hat.
They spoke the same language, which was both foreign and familiar to me.
They both looked and sounded like they were on the same page.
But what I saw when I spoke with the president was not the same person.
He was less friendly, more combative, and more focused on making sure everyone understood him.
That was the message I heard him convey to the world during his first full day in office: If you see me, you are not alone.
His confidence in himself was palpable.
I thought, “That’s a great thing,” I told myself.
Then I started thinking about his wife, Melania.
Melania is not only his wife but he is also the oldest daughter of the president.
The fact that his daughters have the same surname makes it clear to everyone that they are from the same family.
Melania and Donald have been married for 19 years.
I think that’s why they had such a similar demeanor during the transition from the campaign trail to the Oval Office.
I don’t know if I would be able to keep up with the transition process, but I know what the president is doing.
He is trying to get us all back on track and making sure we’re in sync with the American people.
But I think he is not quite as confident as he needs to be.
There are two reasons for that.
First, he’s very different from most presidents in his worldview and his views.
The president doesn’t have a sense of history or tradition, and his vision of the country is very different than that of most presidents.
He believes the country needs to get back to being more like the United Kingdom, which is a country with a strong national identity and a strong sense of family.
He sees the U.S. as a nation of immigrants and wants us to make sure we stay connected to the rest of the world.
The second reason is that Melania’s father, a former president of Slovenia, was a leader in his country’s transition to democracy in 1990.
He won a landslide victory and ushered in a period of liberal democracy that has been characterized by a commitment to equality and a commitment not to be dependent on foreign markets.
Melania’s family has a strong history of political participation.
In Slovenia, women are not allowed to serve in the political system.
They have been able to run for public office and to have their voices heard.
But the president believes that a woman can be a political leader without the benefit of a political background.
The reason Melania has been able and willing to serve her father is that she is able to connect with people on a personal level.
She’s also a very good listener, and I think her willingness to listen is the reason why she’s a good fit for the White Street team.
I can imagine that the president would have liked to have had her serve in his administration.
I was surprised by her decision not to join the transition team, and even more surprised that she chose to remain at home in Slovenia.
She has an enormous amount of support from her family.
She was a member of the Slovenian parliament and served as vice president under President Milošević.
Her husband, who is an ambassador, is also a Slovenian citizen.
I hope that she continues to have the support of her husband, and they continue to work with the Slovenians in the United Nations.
She is very much part of the U:S.
government, and she is very focused on the transition.
But for me, the most surprising thing about her is that, as far as I can tell, she never received any formal instructions from the Whitehouse about what she needed to do.
She didn’t even have a copy of any official orders.
She just did what she thought was best for her family, and that’s how she ended up serving in the WhiteHouse.
The White House is a very complex place.
President Trump is the leader of the free world, but he has to get along with the people who actually control the levers of power in Washington.
His administration is very difficult to run, and it is an administration that needs to adapt to the changing times.
I’m proud of what we have accomplished so far, and we will continue to do so.
But we also need to make certain that the people around the president have a real sense of purpose.
The United States has been a great leader and a great ally for many years.
But it is no longer possible for the United State to continue to be the leader and partner of the 21st century.
That’s why we need to continue moving forward, and the president will continue leading the way.
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