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We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The US President and his wife confirmed that the iconic gardens, just outside of the West Wing of their Washington home, would get a makeover, with work expected to be completed later this year. The decision for the project, which will be privately funded, will see Melania take on the role of overseeing the renovation in a move similar to that of her predecessor Jackie Kennedy, who helped design the garden originally. Speaking about the plan, Melania said "the very act of planting a garden involves hard work and hope in the possibility of a bright future". But previously, Melania was widely condemned after the refurbishment of the White House's bowling alley, which saw the equipment used at the alley was printed with the wrong branding. An image of the wrongly named bowling balls was shared by Melania to her millions of followers on Twitter. Eagle-eyed users pounced on the gaffe, which saw the bowling alley balls labelled 'President's House' as opposed to its name 'The People's House'.