As Donald Trump vowed to change Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, it looks like Melania Trump has a solution in mind. The First Lady of the United States suggests that the "gift of nature" can help heal kids on her visit at the Children's National Health System in Washington, D.C.
Melania Trump explored a healing garden with the sick children and planted seeds with them, The Independent reported. The 46-year-old also talked about how the "gift of nature and the beauties of the outdoors" can help one's healing progression.
The former model admitted that she has a strong faith in "integrating and interpreting nature's elements" into people's daily lives. This could help to build "a warm, nurturing and positive environment" to the patients as said by Melania Trump.
In a statement, Melania Trump went on to say that the natural benefits of nature can be beneficial to children. "It is important to me that children can recognize, identify and express their feelings in order to promote their mental wellness and healing process."
Meanwhile, according to Marie Claire, Melania Trump's ideas can only work while planting seeds with children. On the contrary, Donald Trump's claims are quite out of depth in the context of healthcare today.
Melania Trump's husband, Donald Trump, once promised that he is about to demolish Obamacare. This move, as some experts say, will bring almost 20 million people in the U.S. to lose their health insurance. It has been known that some natural remedies haven't been through a proper testing or even go to an FDA approval. Also, these kinds of medications are not covered by health care insurance.
In his first speech with Melania Trump, Donald Trump said he will give Obamacare a remedy "by following free market principles." This, too, will operate when everyone works together that will create a public policy that will widen the healthcare access.
Donald Trump promised that he will make the healthcare for the citizens of the U.S. to be more affordable. Also, he along with his wife, Melania Trump, wanted to improve the quality of the country's healthcare.