Melania Trump Threatens a Second Term as First Lady

As Donald Trump made it clear during his four years in office that he absolutely hated the job of president. Oh, sure, he enjoys power and pomp and circumstance — though hardly enough to his liking — but the day-to-day business of running the country? Why is he supposed to actually listen to intelligence briefings and come up with bad things about the American people? No thanks. Not for this guy. On the other hand, being president, as Trump learned for the first time, is a good way to avoid lawsuits, subpoenas and liability for anything. Plus, he’s an ambitious dictator who clearly likes the idea of ​​being able to punish his enemies and that’s a lot easier to do from the White House than from Mar-a-Lago. And although he will probably leave an official announcement until the last second to solicit as much money as possible from his supporters, and a recent comment on his health maybe was an early attempt to give himself a chance, so far the former president has been adamant that he will take another step in 2024. And according to the former first lady. Melania Trump, nothing has been ruled out.

In his first sit-down interview since leaving Washington in January 2021, Trump told Fox News, “I think we’ve achieved a lot in the four years of the Trump administration,” then added, “Never say never” when asked if she would “d return to the White House if her husband ran for re-election. That comment came after a Politico report from September last year said that in while Melania also loathes her time serving the country, however, she will support the man she seems unhappy to marry should he run for office. [Trump] run, she’ll be right there,” an advisor told the outlet.

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Since moving to Florida nearly a year and a half ago, the former first lady has been hard at work selling NFTs that, as The Independent wrote in January, “are not exactly known to investors. .. receiving. [in exchange] for their money. While the former first lady’s team said part of the proceeds from the sale would “support aging children out of the foster care system by economic empowerment and expanding access to resources needed to excel in the fields of computer science and technology.” They staunchly declined to say how big (or small) that portion would be. While speaking to Fox, Trump reiterated that “some of the proceeds” from her most recent product sale will go toward supporting adoptions, as CNN’s Kate Bennett notes, “most modern first ladies have founded foundations or organizations – often nonprofits – to advance initiatives they started during their White House tenure.” However, the Trumps did not say how much of their NFT profits go to charity – or how much they pocketed, according to CNN.

And of course, it wouldn’t be a Trump interview without a shot at the mainstream media that is allegedly biased. In this case, the former first lady talked about the fact that she wasn’t featured on the cover of Vogue, is her successor Jill Biden was June of last year. “They have biases and they have likes and dislikes, and that’s all too obvious,” she said. Of course, she also suggested that she trust Joe Biden is failing as president. “I think it’s sad to see what’s going on, if you really look into it,” she said of the country’s situation under the 46th POTUS. “I think a lot of people are struggling and suffering. and what’s going on around the world. So very sad to witness and I hope it changes quickly.”

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