• Melania Trump has already shipped more than half of her belongings from the White House
  • The FLOTUS has been packing her things, suggesting that she's done with Washington
  • The first lady is not a victim and would not apologize for President Donald Trump's behavior

Melania Trump is not unhappy that she is leaving the White House, according to a report.

While President Donald Trump was publicly claiming that the election was rigged, his wife was reportedly already packing her things and was preparing to move out, according to several sources. Melania has also allegedly shipped more than half of her belongings to either Mar-a-Lago or to storage.

The residence staff had to help her pack and facilitate the packing logistics while being careful not to raise the ire of her husband, who thought they would be staying. Melania packing her things and getting ready to leave the White House reportedly suggested that she's done with Washington.

"(Melania Trump) is not sad to be leaving," a White House official with knowledge on the matter told CNN.

Kate Andersen Brower, author of "First Women: The Grace and Power of America's Modern First Ladies" likened Melania to former first lady Pat Nixon in circumstance and not in action.

"Pat Nixon is the most recent example I can think of of a first lady who compares at all to Melania Trump," she said.

"As Watergate raged on, Pat Nixon spent lots of time sequestered in her room alone in the Residence. Butlers brought her breakfast and often she would only drink the coffee. People around her grew concerned about her health because it was obvious that Watergate was taking a toll and she was losing weight."

Meanwhile, just recently, the FLOTUS painted herself as a victim when she released a statement about the Capitol riot. However, Brower argued that Melania is more aligned with the president than most would assume.

"She understands her husband and what he stands for, and it simply does not bother her," Brower explained. "She is not a victim and she will not leave the White House apologizing for her husband's behavior.”

Melania's former aide, Stefani Winston Wolkoff, also said she's complicit in the country's destruction by her husband. In fact, she wasn't surprised by the FLOTUS' silence after the Capitol riot.

"I wish I could say I was shocked by President Trump's actions, but sadly I can not, or say I don’t comprehend Melania’s silence and inactions, but pathetically, they are both expected," she said.

"Melania is simply an extension of her husband, just as hypocritical, speaking out of both sides of her mouth, when it suits her best. The tapes push beyond the, 'he said/she said,' and despite attempts at a public image of concern and care; what was on the back of Melania’s jacket wasn’t just by design, it's her mantra. It extends to responsibilities as first lady, which was, 'I DON’T CARE.'"

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WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 22: First Lady Melania Trump walks to the South Lawn to depart the White House on October 22, 2020 in Washington, DC. President Trump travels to Nashville, Tennessee for the final debate with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The Commission on Presidential Debates changed the format this time, muting of microphones to start each of Thursday's debate segments. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images) Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images