The FLOTUS gave a candid interview where she expressed feeling like a target of gossip from the American press with Fox talk show host Sean Hannity. Melania also described her ability to put husband Donald in his place when he raises her tone at her and declared that the President knows the “consequences” of his actions.
On the hardest part of being First Lady, Melania replied: “I would say the opportunists who are using my name or my family name to advance themselves, from comedians to journalists to performers, book writers.
“The problem is they are writing the history and it’s not correct.
“They like to focus on the gossip and I would like that they focus on the substance and what we do, not just about nonsense.”
While the criticism of the Trump family is well documented, little is known about Melania’s family who tends to shy away from the cameras.
However, they have come under fire before from voters for being a symbol of “hypocrisy” in the Trump campaign.
Melania’s family including mum Amalija and dad Viktor Knavs were made US citizens in August 2018.
Prior to becoming US citizens, the Knavses lived in the US on a green card after Melania received an “Einstein” visa.
The backlash against the First Lady’s family stemmed from their “chain migration” to the US, which her husband has repeatedly denounced.
Previously Mr Trump has tweeted: “CHAIN MIGRATION must end now! Some people come in, and they bring their whole family with them, who can be truly evil. NOT ACCEPTABLE!”
The President has often condemned family-based immigration at his rallies, and has called it a pathway for terrorists to enter the country.
Melania admitted in the revelatory interview that she does not always agree with her husband’s policies.
“I don’t agree with his tone sometimes and I tell him that,” she said.
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“Sometimes he listens, sometimes he doesn’t. In the end, it’s his decision. He knows the consequences. He’s an adult. “
The Washington Post has previously questioned how Melania qualified for the Einstein visa, which is usually reserved for “renowned academic researchers” or “sustained national and international acclaim.”
They wrote: “How did she convince immigration authorities that she qualified for the EB-1 program? Morrison, the former congressman, and immigration expert said that Melania Trump’s resume in 2001 seems ‘inconsistent’ with the requirements of the visa.”
Social media users took to Twitter to share their own opinions on the Melania interview.”
One said: “How much did the Trump’s make from Melania’s parents for getting them citizenship once he became POTUS?”
Another replied: “Psssst Melania your family never had a good name.”
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