Elsewhere in the interview, Melania discussed the moment she first met Donald Trump, 72. "For me it's very important to show them the President and I and the country, we are behind them", said the First Lady. And despite the dip, more people still view her favorably than unfavorably, 43-36.
The First Lady recently debuted newly dyed blond hair, her brightest shade yet, as seen in an interview on Fox News' Hannity on Wednesday aboard the USS George H.W. Bush., where she met with USA troops.
"Well, we could see it", she said.
The First Lady read to children during her outing, as she paid a visit to the Children's National Hospital in Washington DC.
When asked by Fox News' Sean Hannity about what has been the "hardest" thing she has dealt with as first lady, Mrs. Trump responded by saying the "opportunists" who use her and her family to "advance themselves", which she listed comedians, journalists and authors. "I want that the country to continue to do well".
She also made headlines for claiming: "I could say that I'm the most bullied person in the world".
Melania didn't ask to be first lady, but she has grown in her role.
These new numbers reflect Trump maintains her strongest support from older, white, male Republicans and conservatives, while her biggest detractors are women, mainly younger and those who are college-educated.
"I follow what's going on", she said.
She told Hannity: "With policies, some of them I agree on, some I don't". "She said she keeps up on the news and gives him her honest opinion, adding, "... sometimes, he listens and sometimes he doesn't". Melania Trump's approval rating dropped to close to that of her husband. "I said to him, I don't think you need to be that out", Trump said.
On May 7 2018, Melania launched her flagship campaign as First Lady, BE BEST, which The White House describes as "an awareness campaign focused entirely around the well-being of children".