First Lady Melania Trump is setting the record straight about her absence during the post-indictment speech of her husband, former President Donald Trump.
The former first lady said people should use "good judgment" when reading anonymously-sourced articles about her. https://t.co/6kTlR9nBSx
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) April 11, 2023
Recent allegations by anonymous sources in the media suggest that Melania is not supportive of her husband. However, the former first lady is slamming the media for spreading false stories about her personal, professional, and political life.
News organizations have made assumptions about the former First Lady's stance on subjects that are personal, professional, and political over the past few weeks. In these articles, unnamed sources are cited to bolster the author's claims.
— Office of Melania Trump (@OfficeofMelania) April 11, 2023
The media’s latest speculation stems from Melania’s absence during Trump’s Mar-a-Lago speech that followed the former President’s arraignment in New York. The media’s assumption that Melania was not there to support her husband is wholly false.
Melania has always been a loyal, supportive, and dignified wife, and these slanderous rumors undermining her character must come to an end. Rather than relying on secondhand information that is not based on fact, the media would do well to focus on the truth about Melania.
Despite allegations of infidelity, Melania has remained loyal to Donald Trump through it all. It is evident that Melania is angry about such allegations, but she will always stand by her husband. Despite the media’s best attempts to undermine her character, Melania has chosen to remain silent and dignified as she knows everything about her husband’s past dealings.
It is unfortunate that the media is still trying to create false stories about Melania. The statement by Melania serves as a reminder that the media should exercise caution and journalistic integrity when reporting stories about her, and avoid blatant attempts to spread false and misleading stories. The media needs to stop creating false stories and undermining Melania’s character, and start reporting the news in a fair and unbiased manner.