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A Sick Little Boy Just Found a Heart Donor Hours After FLOTUS Prayed Over Him


Call me crazy, but I’m starting to absolutely adore Melania Trump.

While the media was busy obsessing over her veil and celebrities ignorantly mocked her modest clothing choice during a trip to the Vatican, the First Lady was busy praying over sick children – and it seems at least one of her prayers may have been answered.

In fact, mere hours after Mrs. Trump prayed over a little boy whose heart was failing, doctors told her they had found a donated heart that could end up saving his life. But you won't hear that on your nightly news.

After she and her husband, President Donald Trump, visited the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis this week, it came out in the news that Mrs. Trump is, in fact, a practicing Catholic. 

In their travels to the Holy See, Mrs. Trump also visited a Bambin Gesù Hospital, a Vatican-supported hospital in Rome. There, Melania met with many of the pediatric ward’s sick children, taking pictures with them and reading them books before spending some time praying at the hospital chapel, the Daily Mail reported. If that wasn’t awesome enough, Mrs. Trump, who’s fluent in five languages, also reportedly spoke to the children in their native Italian.

The article added she left heartfelt, handwritten messages for the children before she left.

But something else very special happened at that hospital – the First Lady also reportedly prayed by the bedside of a little Greek boy who’s been waiting on a heart transplant.

On Wednesday, just hours after spending time together, FLOTUS tweeted from her official account that she’d been told doctors had identified a donor heart for the little boy.

This is one heart-warming story that's way better, and far more impactful, than a million stories dissecting whether Mrs. Trump should have worn a head scarf in Saudi Arabia. But it doesn't fit the media's agenda, so don't expect them to bring it up anytime soon.

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