Who will the next first lady (or first gentleman) of the US be?
We've spent months talking about our next possible president, but what about the person who will join the likes of Eleanor Roosevelt, Jackie Kennedy and Michelle Obama as the next significant other of our country? In no particular order, here are 10 of our possible first spouses.
While she's better known for her modeling career, Donald Trump's wife Melania Trump has an impressive resumé as well, with a design and architecture degree from her native country of Slovenia and her own line of jewelry and timepieces as well as a skin care collection. She's garnered a lot of attention in recent months for her surprising absence from the campaign trial. Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka has been a more common fixture and taken a much more public role in his campaign.
"I would be very traditional," Melania told The New York Times when asked during Trump's brief campaign for the Reform Party nomination in 2000 what type of first lady she would be. "Like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy."
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Trump's wife is just one of many spouses of the Republican candidates with varied resumés, including many accomplished businesswomen. Karen Kasich, Ohio Gov. John Kasich's wife, spent years working in the public relations world, Mary Pat Christie, wife of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, has had a successful finance career, and Heidi Cruz, wife of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, spent years at top Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs.
Ben Carson's wife Lacena "Candy" Carson has quite the resumé as well. She triple-majored at Yale and went on to earn her master's in business administration at Johns Hopkins University before authoring three books with her husband, along with her own autobiography, and she's also a former concert violinist.
Both Marco Rubio and Jeb Rubio's wives have both immigrant roots and charity work in their past.
Columba Bush was born in Mexico, and became an American citizen in 1979. During her time as Florida's first lady, Mrs. Bush focused her attention on promoting the arts, fighting addiction and substance abuse, and raising awareness about domestic violence.
Jeanette Rubio was born in Florida to Colombian immigrants. She works for Kristi's House, an organization that helps youth who have been abused or involved in human trafficking. She's a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader and was featured in the organization's very first swimsuit calendar.
For the Democratic candidates we have Katie O'Malley, who received her law degree from the University of Baltimore, is also former prosecutor and currently a district court judge in Baltimore. While juggling her judicial duties and being Maryland's first lady, she became an advocate for domestic violence victims internationally.
The last possible first lady on our list, Jane Sanders, grew up in Brooklyn, has a Ph.D. and is a former college provost and president. She has never shied away from her husband's political life, either; she's worked as a spokeswoman, policy adviser and chief of staff.
The final possibility for the next significant other in the White House is former President Bill Clinton, who would be the very first, first gentleman? First man? While the exact terminology may still be up in the air, if Hillary Clinton is elected history will certainly be made in more than one way.
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