Donald Trump Doing a 'Fantastic Job,' Melania Tells Children, Says She Hopes for Another Four Years

First lady Melania Trump says she is happy to support her husband through another term as president if he is successful in his 2020 bid to recapture the White House.

Speaking alongside Karen Pence—the wife of Vice President Mike Pence—on a visit to a middle school at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Melania gave students an insight into her day-to-day life and how it has changed since moving to Washington.

"I love what I do," she told the children at Albritton Middle School. Asked whether she and Karen Pence wanted their husbands to serve another term in office, Melania replied, "I think our husbands are doing [a] fantastic job, and I will support my husband if he decided to run again."

"And yes, it's a privilege, a great honor to serve, and I will be here," she added.

Melania followed her husband to Washington with their son, Barron, 13, in June 2017. Trump has already announced his intention to seek re-election in 2020.

The first lady described her move to Washington, noting she had to take on different responsibilities. "Every day it's a different schedule," Melania explained. "I plan ahead a lot. There are a lot of obligations and a lot of planning. There are a lot of meetings and then official engagements."

Melania noted she has a staff of 12 people and oversees around 100 people in the couple's residence. She also said she works closely with the White House Historical Association to keep the famous property "in perfect shape." Her favorite moments as first lady have been meeting people all around the country, Melania said, and "shining a spotlight on our next generation."

"But I would not change [it] for anything," she added. "I love what I do.... I will always shine a light on children and [the] next generation. I'm here to spread positivity and confidence in all of you."

Melania's most significant project as first lady is her "Be Best" initiative, which focuses on the major issues facing children in America. Critics have suggested the campaign's denouncement of cyberbullying is ironic given the president's use of Twitter to harass and threaten his opponents.

Being first lady and the mother of a teenager "is a balancing act," Melania told one student. "Our son is still the priority. I feel that I am still a mother first. [Barron] is at the age that he needs a parent for guidance."

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First lady Melania Trump speaks with middle school students at Albritton Middle School in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, on April 15. “I love what I do,” she told the children. MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images