Melania’s Private Life EXPOSED – Bombshell DROPS

( – Last week, the New York Times reported that former First Lady Melania Trump appears to be avoiding the spotlight now that she is once again a private citizen.

According to the Times, while Melania does support her husband’s third attempt at the White House, she has avoided the campaign trail ever since Trump announced his 2024 campaign last November. Instead, the former first lady spends most of her time with close friends and her parents, who continue to live at Manhattan’s Trump Tower.

Sources close to the Trump family told the Times that Melania’s lack of public support for her husband’s campaign should not be perceived as indifference or disapproval. According to the sources, Melania was livid with her husband’s legal team during the sexual assault and defamation lawsuit brought by E. Jean Carroll, believing they should have raised more objections.

While Melania believes that her husband could win the presidency again despite his legal problems, she has so far refused Trump’s requests to join him at the few campaign events he has held.

Former Melania aide Stephanie Grisham told the Times that it is unlikely Melania will be as involved as Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis has been in her husband’s campaign, adding that we won’t see Melania “throwing on jeans and walking in parades.”

Mostly, Melania stays hidden within the gated confines of Mar-a-Lago or Trump’s New Jersey residence at Bedminster. But according to the Times, Melania prefers Manhattan to both. She has been seen entering and leaving Trump Tower, sometimes to visit her hairdresser in Manhattan.

While Melania has not been an active participant in the Trump campaign, she has been a beneficiary of the campaign’s spending.

The New York Times reported in July that Trump’s Make America Great Again, Again PAC paid Melania $155,000 in late 2021, ostensibly for “speaking engagements.”

Meanwhile, Trump’s Save America PAC paid Melania’s stylist, Hervé Pierre Braillard, $108,000 in the first six months of 2023, ostensibly for “strategy consulting.”

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