Twitter Goes Nuts Over What Melania Trump Did After Blind Singer Finished Hymn [VIDEO]

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Melania Trump is an extremely classy First Lady and she will do her office, and our nation, proud.

She and President Donald Trump attended the National Prayer Service at the National Cathedral last week and quickly became the center of attention after a young disabled woman sang “How Great Thou Art.” It was a very moving performance by Marlana VanHoose, a 20-year-old woman who is blind and suffers from cerebral palsy.

This is not her first time on a national stage, she sang the national anthem at the Republican National Convention. She gave a very moving performance at the National Cathedral and First Lady Melania Trump was seen wiping tears from her eyes during the performance.

At the conclusion of her song the First Lady rose to give her a standing ovation, a well deserved standing ovation at that.

Twitter exploded after seeing Melania’s reaction to the hymn, grateful that the nation has such a classy First Lady.

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At the same time the National Prayer Service was being held, the far left was holding what they billed as the “women’s march” featuring filth laden remarks from old, white, nasty women. While the President and the First Lady were praying for our nation Madonna was talking about how she wanted to blow up the White House.

Twitter took note of that as well.

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In addition to songs and hymns, the National Prayer Service also included a number of prayers and readings by religious leaders from Roman Catholic, Baha’i, Protestant, Jewish, Sikh, Mormon, Buddhist, Native American, Episcopal, and Hindu faiths.

I was heartened to see that apparently no Islamist was invited. It appears as though the Trump administration will not be bowing down to the followers of the pedophile prophet. Here’s hoping that Donald Trump’s national security team will start investigating the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, and the other Muslim terrorist organizations that have spent the last eight years masquerading as civil rights groups.

It’s good to be an American again.

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