First lady Melania Trump’s ‘Be Best’ tour to stop in Tulsa
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — First lady Melania Trump is planning to stop in Oklahoma and two other states on a tour to promote her “Be Best” initiative.
This will be her first domestic overnight trip in her official capacity.
The White House says Mrs. Trump will travel Monday to a school in Tulsa and later that day to a technology company near Seattle. She will attend an opioids town hall in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The first lady unveiled her child well-being initiative last year. The program aims to teach children to behave responsibly online and to avoid drugs.
Mrs. Trump says in a statement that she wants to “shine a spotlight” on programs that are helping children.