Laura Benanti's Melania Trump drinks in the White House with Colbert

Melania Trump, son Barron move into the White House

Melania Trump and son Barron move into the White House

Colbert introduced the segment, which he said was "live via satellite from the White House", and cut to Benanti, who has really nailed Melania's pout, in a makeshift Oval Office. "I couldn't be happier.see?" responded Melania, making no adjustment to her deadpan facial expression.

When Melania and Barron Trump stepped off Marine Force One, officially moving into the White House this past Sunday, Barron was dressed - well, like a middle schooler.

"It was so lonely in NY doing whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted".

Melania and Barron moved into the White House Sunday, according to Politico.

First ladies are also seen as calming influences on presidents.

Stephen Colbert reintroduced his audience to First Lady Melania Trump, played by Laura Benanti, in Tuesday's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. "I called it my prison of freedom".

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The First Lady moved in Washington a week ago, after Barron was accepted to a prestigious school in Potomac, Maryland.

For the first several months, the first lady resided in her original home i.e.

"With your husband", Colbert asked?

"We will be together in the White House for 1,315 days, 11 hours, 55 minutes and 20 seconds. And we must honor that, no matter how often America fantisizes about being with Justin Trudeau", she said.

Benania added, "You'll find in your greatest moments of doubt, you can always drink".

Benanti's Trump finished the interview with a glass of red wine, declaring, "Make America grape again!"

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