Over the past several weeks, we’ve been hit with revelation after bombshell revelation regarding the current
third First Lady, all thanks to her former friend, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s new book, Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady.
We’ve heard of Melania’s less-than-loving relationship with her eldest step-daughter, Ivanka. We’ve read of Mel’s unwillingness to even move into the White House, much less use the facilities in the place until it was stripped of the Obama’s touch on the decor, all the way down to the toilet. We’ve read of the First Lady’s disparaging remarks about her step-children and husband, why she believes she’s the Trump wife that actually stuck, and even a deep-dive into the First Lady’s use of personal email accounts while serving in her official position.
Frankly, all of them have seemed bigger than the last. Every time you start to think it couldn’t possibly get much worse, it absolutely does — as is pretty much tradition when it comes to the Trump family.
But the most recent juicy tidbit we stumbled upon in Wolkoff’s tell-all book, while not necessarily the most surprising of them all, was definitely the most relatable.
In one part of her book, Wolkoff describes a time in 2017, after Trump was already president and holding his weird “thank you” rallies when she and her son had traveled to Florida to be with Melania.
While there, Melania allegedly asked her then close friend if she would like to “experience the crazy” and go to one of her husband’s rallies with her.
Wolkoff writes, “Or, she suggested, I could stay at the resort and go to the spa.”
“Let me know. 😉 Guess u prefer spa 😜 as I would 😊” a text from Melania to Wolkoff allegedly read.
I don’t know about you, but that tells me ole Melanie would rather be kicking it at the spa than at her hubby’s “crazy” rally. And honestly, I mean, same. Those things are awful.
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