How Melania Trump's first few months compare to other first ladies

While there have been countless comparisons of the job President Trump is doing to that of his predecessors, the same comparisons have been drawn of First Lady Melania Trump.

What sets Melania apart is that, unlike her five immediate predecessors who moved into the White House immediately, Melania won't be moving in until sometime in June.

Before the election, Melania Trump pledged to lead a campaign against cyberbullying.

In February 2009, Michelle Obama was front and center almost immediately going on a "listening tour" of federal agencies in Washington.

By April, she was laying out the groundwork for her Let's Move campaign for tackling childhood obesity with healthy eating.

It took former FLOTUS Michelle Obama nine months to roll out her first initiative.

In 2001, Laura Bush was all about books, libraries and education which made sense for the former librarian.

Bush also became the first first lady in history to record a full presidential radio address after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Shortly after Bill Clinton's inauguration, he asked Hillary to lead a task force national health care reform.

It was an unprecedented move that did not go smoothly and the Clinton health care reform bill was later defeated in Congress.

Former first lady Barbara Bush spent her first year launching the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy band who could forget Nancy Reagan's "Just Say No" campaign in her fight against drug abuse.