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Melania Trump breaks silence on Capitol's invasion

I am disappointed with what transpired last week,” announced Ms Trump in a message, in which she acknowledged that her time at the White House was quickly coming to a climax.

“I find it humiliating that encircling these tragic circumstances there has been suggestive gossip, unnecessary personal assaults, and false misinform accusations on me,” announced Ms Trump.

Calling-out “people who are glancing to be fitting and they have a plan”, she expanded that “This time is exclusively about healing our nation and its inhabitants. It should not be used for personal gain.”

It comes after Winston Stephanie Wolkoff, a former counsellor to the first lady, composed in an impression article that she was “ashamed” to have laboured with her after the assault on Congress by her husband’s backers.

“I wish I could say I was surprised by President Trump’s efforts, but sadly I cannot, or say I don’t understand Melania’s stillness and dormancy, but pathetically, they are both anticipated,” Ms Wolkoff composed.

The Ex-aide went as distant as saying that Ms Donald Trump, who at times has stayed silent on arguments surrounding her spouse, had been an “enabler” via his presidency and that she “had blood on her hands”.

The first lady also conveyed her consolations for the casualties that followed Wednesday’s assault, encompassing Ashli Babbitt, who was later disclosed to support the QAnon conspiracy that incorrectly alleged a “deep state” was labouring against Mr Trump.

Ms Babbitt, as with thousands of others who Mr Trump to march on Congress with “strength” as they worked to confirm Joe Biden’s election win, believed false claims the 2020 election was “stolen”.


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