Melania Trump Sends Her Love To Youngsters All Round The World On Valentine’s Day – Does Not Even Point out Donald!
Melania Trump made sure to mark Valentine’s Day on social media but, as it turns out, her actual husband, Donald Trump, was not mentioned in the tweets she sent out on the holiday! Instead, she sent all her love to ‘children around the world’.
That’s right! Melania’s message on Valentine’s Day, although sweet, was not directed at her life partner, funnily enough.
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The former model and former FLOTUS, shared two different tweets in which she talked about her children’s hospital visits over the four years that she and Donald were at the White House.
‘Sending them love and strength, today and every day. #HappyValentinesDay. It was wonderful to meet all of the incredible children from all around the world. Wishing everyone a happy #ValentinesDay weekend!’
It really appears that Melania and Donald don’t have the strongest of bonds.
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At the same time, however, her former friend, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, told while on the HollywoodLife Podcast that ‘A Trump is a Trump is a Trump is a Trump. I thought that Melania was different from the rest. She is not, but I believed, just as these people believe Donald when he just tells them something over and over again… I had to learn the hard way that she’s a Trump.’
She went on to share on the podcast that ‘There is this understanding I guess, but it is more of a look [between the two of them]… I believe that their way of showing affection towards one another is just her telling him how wonderful and great he is. I was in the car with Melania and we were coming back to New York from DC and he was at a rally. She was always his first call, no matter where she was. And the first thing he would say was ‘Hey Baby, how did I do?’ Like he wants her approval.’