Over the weekend, First Lady Melania Trump finally moved into the White House after months of living apart from President Trump. She was the first first lady in modern history to not move into the White House with the president―she remained in New York City so their son Barron wouldn't have to switch schools in the middle of the year.
But now, Melania is finally settling in. And "Melania" (played by Broadway star Laura Benanti) stopped by The Late Show to explain to Stephen Colbert that no, seriously, she's loving it, and in no way is she completely miserable at all. "It was so lonely in New York doing whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted," she said of her time in Trump Tower. "I called it my prison of freedom."
She also mentioned the brought "a picture of the most cherished moment of marriage to my husband," when she swatted Trump's hand away in Israel. "Fake news, Stephen! It wasn't a slap," she said. "His hands are so small, I thought it was a mosquito."
Armed with a toothbrush and a rollaway ladder for escape, "Melania" gave some advice to "America" (definitely not herself) about how to deal. "America took a vow, and Donald Trump is our president. For better or worse, for richer or even richer, in sickness and in no healthcare," she said. "And we must honor that, no matter how often America fantasizes about being with Justin Trudeau."