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Melania Trump Claims ‘Opportunists’ Are Ruining Her Family’s Good Name

Every time Melania Trump opens her mouth, she rambles hypocrisies and delusions that she either truly believes or that prove she is willfully ignorant. Now she is blaming her family’s trash reputation on “opportunists.”

In an interview with Trump’s BFF, Sean Hannity, he asked her the hardest thing about being the First Lady of the United States. She answered, “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.”

She continued, “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.”

The only people who are ruining her family’s reputation is her family. From meeting with Russians to porn stars to indictments to bullying, her family is writing their own history of corruption. Clearly, the 49-year-old needs to take the advice of her “Be Best” campaign because this is not best.

As for Melania’s ability to rein in her “fighter” husband…

“I don’t agree with his tone sometimes and I tell him that,” she said. “Sometimes he listens, sometimes he doesn’t. In the end it’s his decision. He knows the consequences. He’s an adult. “

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It’s important to note that Melania is most likely with Trump for his money.

It has been reported that she met Trump just when she was about to run out of money in the United States. How ironic…and convenient.

Sunday Express, a U.K. outlet reports, “In 1996 Melania and her sister officially left their home in Slovenia to pursue their dreams in the fashion industry in New York. The brunette beauty was an impressive model and was said to be continually enthusiastic about her work.” However, depsite working for famous photographers, she never really blew up in her career. A friend said when when Melania met Donald in 1998, “She ran into Donald just at the right time. She was just about out of money, at the end of her rope and about to move back to Eastern Europe.”

Sounds like Melania lucked out, huh?

Three years later, in March 2001, Melania was granted a green card in the elite EB-1 program, “which was designed for renowned academic researchers, multinational business executives or those in other fields, such as Olympic athletes and Oscar-winning actors, who demonstrated ‘sustained national and international acclaim,’” according to The Washington Post.

What did Melania do? Model. She modeled for Camel cigarettes and once hugged a six-foot inflatable whale in a string bikini for Sports Illustrated. Quite extraordinary, right? The nickname for EB-1 program is the Einstein visa. You totally think Einstein when you think of Melania.

Melania Trump even brought her parents over from Slovenia, her extraordinary homeland, possibly though “family migration,” which is a program Trump is trying to stop. The award of the EB-1 visa does not address if she worked without authorization or misrepresented herself to enter the U.S. or if she sponsored her parent via family immigration or ‘chain immigration’ — as President Trump calls it.”

The Washington Post has questioned Melania’s ability to even qualify for the Einstein, “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.”

Unfortunately, no one can answer this question, but maybe it has something to do with being in a relationship with a rich and powerful man. The Washington Post reported, “In 1998, at age 28, she began dating Trump after meeting him at a party, an association that raised her modeling profile. She started appearing on Page Six of the New York Post and in other celebrity columns on the arm of the real estate developer.”

In 1998 she is dating Trump, who loves women from other countries, and in 2001 she was granted a green card in the elite EB-1 program.

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