- A recent poll shows the popularity rating for America's immediate past first lady
- Melania Trump di not get a very good rating as she has been found to be the least popular first lady
- This position was previously held by Hillary Clinton, wife of Bill Clinton, the 42nd president of the United States
At the end of Donald Trump's four-year term as president, his wife, Melania has been voted the most unpopular US first lady in history.
According to CNN/SSRS poll, Melania's favourable rating after leaving the White House for the last time on January 20, was at 42% while her unfavourable rate stood at 47%.
Earlier, the mother of one's average final popularity rating was 71%, with her unpopularity rating as 21%.
Hillary Clinton, who occupied the position previously finished her term as the first lady with 52% as her favourable rating and 39% unfavourable.
Though Melania did not have a great popularity vote, the former FLOTUS is, however, more popular than her husband among members of the Republican Party.
Legit.ng recalls that Trump finally departed the White House for the last time as he left for Joint Base Andrews to attend a short farewell ceremony before his flight to Palm Beach.
The former president thanked reporters at the White House and said it had been the 'honor of a lifetime' to serve as president.
Meanwhile, the former first lady broke an old tradition after she snubbed First Lady Jill Biden and denied her a tour of the White House before her husband's inauguration as president.
Melania did not contact Jill, and in the process, she became the modern first lady not to invite her successor for a familiarisation tour of the White House.
In a related development, former Vice President Mike Pence did not make any plan to attend the farewell ceremonies of Trump.
A source said Pence said his final goodbye to the former president on Tuesday, January 19. Pence was not at the White House when the president departed nor did he attend the ceremony at Joint Base Andrews before Trump left for Florida.
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