Melania Trump stole the show at the Mar-a-Lago fundraiser in her sixth public appearance since leaving the White House last night.
The Former First Lady displayed a united front with the former president at the event in Palm Beach, after avoiding the limelight for several months.
She hinted that she was planning to leave the spotlight behind when she refused to stop for photographers in Palm Beach, Florida, on Joe Biden's inauguration day and has made very few public appearances since.
In last nights appearance, she broke her cover to attend the glamorous event at their Mar-a-Lago resort, Florida.
The 50-year-old was seen wearing a figure-hugging $1,900 white dress by Giambattista Valli.
She looked elegant and relaxed as she greeted guests arriving at the dinner hosted by Trump for Republican National Committee donors.
Melania Trump's post-White House life as Donald's wife seen just 5 times in public
The former model also wore her highlighted brown hair in loose waves that fell around her shoulders and completed her look with silver jewellery and low white heels.
In social media footage, Melania is seen walking behind her husband and the couple were welcomed with applause.
According to the Washington Post, former President Donald Trump told his guests that the COVID-19 vaccine should be named after him, referred to the November election in which Joe Biden won as 'bulls**t'.
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He added that he wished former Vice President Mike Pence had possessed the 'courage' to send the certification of the Electoral College votes back to state legislatures.
Following up his hour of ramblings with a repeat of a speech of his from 2015 in which he called undocumented immigrants 'violent criminals', this time saying 'they're coming in from the Middle East', the Post reported.
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