The ratings come the same day the First Lady announced her "Be Best" initiative that will advocate for children.
She has encouraged random acts of kindness with children in mind.
"The first lady lives here at the White House", she continued.
The first lady made headlines for her compassionate reaction when one of the children accidentally spilled his drink.
"I feel strongly that as adults, we can and should "be best" at educating our children about the importance of a healthy and balanced life", Mrs. Trump said.
As a mother and First Lady, Trump said she wants every child to know that it is "safe to make mistakes and there are supportive adults and friends nearby to catch them" if they fall.
A new CNN poll released Monday found that First Lady Melania Trump's approval rating has jumped since January. The first lady urged children online to "choose words wisely and speak with respect and compassion". Last month, she joined her husband to host the prime minister of Japan at the Trumps' Florida estate and the president of France at the White House. She's also brought that message directly to classrooms around the country. Her initiative comes after previously expressing her interest in children through numerous visits to hospitals and schools over the course of the Trump presidency.
Her interest in the opioid drug crisis, developed during the presidential campaign, has taken her to care centers and hospitals in West Virginia and OH to learn about the epidemic's effect on babies born to mothers addicted to the powerful painkillers.
As well as in March, " Trump convened a group of leaders from various tech companies, like Twitter, face-book, Google and Snaphat, to chat about kids and online security, for example cyber bullying and positivity from social media.
"I am well aware that people are skeptical of me discussing this topic", Trump said.
The report stated that the couple are "often apart even during their free time", with one friend of President Trump saying "they spend very little to no time together". Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" was unveiled 11 months after becoming first lady, in February 2010 and Laura Bush launched "Ready to Read, Ready to Learn", in July of her first year as first lady. She has a smaller staff than her predecessors and only hired her policy director in January of this year. Named White House officials denied the rumor to the Post on the record. The administration includes a mention of using this campaign to equip kids to "deal with the evils of the opioid crisis", too.
The program will help highlight the importance of using social media in a positive way and support the families and children impacted by the opioid epidemic. "The First Lady sees it to be an important issue and something she wants to address".
That changes having a planned rosegarden announcement, her first speech from the historical location around the West Wing side of the WhiteHouse, ft by the Oval Office.
Cabinet members such as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar are expected to help the first lady in the rollout of her platform.