Melania Trump will appear in her first interview since being First Lady, and excerpts reveal that she’s not holding back. The First Lady was reunited with The Donald at the White House in January 2021. She has kept her profile low since.
— KK Berd 🇺🇸 (@BluebirdKeny) May 14, 2022
The interview by Pete Hegseth will air Sunday on the Fox News program Fox & Friends Weekend, and the network is reportedly set to release an “extended version” Monday on Fox Nation.
“So being out of D.C. and having that time, what do you make of the state of the country right now?” host Pete Hegseth asks in one clip. She replies:
I think it’s sad to see what’s going on if you really look deeply into it. Many people in the world are suffering, and I believe that there is a lot more. So it’s very sad to see, and I hope it changes fast.
Isn’t it refreshing to hear her speak out after she managed to mostly stay mum during her Washington days?
When asked about Biden’s baby formula shortage, she said:
It’s heartbreaking to see that they are struggling and the food is not available for children in [the]21st century, United States of America
It is heartbreaking. Asked for an explanation regarding the shortages, Melania Trump blamed “leadership.” When Hegseth asked if she meant “leadership or lack thereof,” she replied, “Yeah.”
Even the mainstream media giddyly criticised her for many years. Everything from her clothes to Christmas decorations was routinely trashed.
They’re biased and they have likes and dislikes, and it’s so obvious. It’s obvious to Americans and everybody else. It was their decision, and I have much more important things to do — and I did in the White House — than being on the cover of Vogue.
Trump tells it like it really is
Hegseth mentioned that Jill Biden was featured on Vogue’s cover since she became First Lady. Vice President Kamala Houston was also featured (before she was even sworn into office), and Michelle Obama was invited to the event three times. You can, indeed! Hillary Clinton made an appearance on the front, presumably because she’s so well-known for her fashion sense. Oder something. These muumuus were all the rage!
Yet the only one in that group who was actually a working model… never even got an invite.
Here’s a sample of the kind of routine trashing Melania used to face, with three national media outlets comparing Melania’s “creepy” Christmas decorations with Jill’s “warmer, simpler” vibe. And they say there’s no bias in the press.
Want more? These are just a few of the ridiculous Melania “controversies” the Leftist media shouted about:
- She faced backlash for a white pantsuit to Trump’s State of the Union address, with critics claiming it pointed to women’s suffrage and Hillary Clinton. The New York Times actually printed the clownish headline, “Melania Trump and the Case of the White Pantsuit.”
- She wore a fashion jacket with the words, “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” Cue the media hysteria.
- On a trip to Europe with Donald, she dared to don a pair Louboutin Stilettos, which were immediately derided as “audacious new trash flair.”
- CNN condemned the hat she wore on an Africa trip whining, “while pith helmets are still available for purchase online and in hat shops, they have come to symbolize white colonialist rule over the years.” Oh, give me a break.
- Vanity Fair launched a full-on “investigation” into Mrs. Trump’s leather pants. These are people who have no shame.
I could go on, but I’d be here all night. This is compared to the nauseating, obsequious, and fawning coverage Michelle and Jill received.
As I said, it’s refreshing to hear what she really thinks, and it’s important to pay attention – because Melania Trump may very well be our First Lady again one day.