April 30, 2024

Former Melania Aide Explains Trump’s Birthday Message

Last week, Donald Trump chose to wish his wife, Melania, a birthday message outside the courthouse.

Former Melania Trump aide Stephanie Grisham interpreted the "real" meaning behind the birthday wishes.

Rest assured, she stated it was not actually for Melania’s benefit.

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Last week, Donald Trump wished Melania "Happy Birthday" in New York, where he was for his hush-money trial.

Trump stated, "I want to start by wishing my wife Melania a very happy birthday.

"It'd be nice to be with her, but I'm at a courthouse for a rigged trial."

Grisham said that Melania probably “rolled her eyes” at the public birthday greeting.

She added that this was a “performance for voters,” later adding, “It had nothing to do with her” and it was “just typical, selfish Donald Trump.”

Grisham also slammed Trump for using that venue to address her birthday considering the nature of the charges against Trump.

Grisham called it “so beyond inappropriate,” adding that they were “on the way into a trial where they are talking about alleged affairs, not one but two, that he had.”

I won’t discuss whether Trump was genuine in his wishes to his wife, but I do agree that this has to be a very uncomfortable time for Melania Trump.

She has already experienced this hush-money debacle once, and I imagine it is a bit traumatic for her to have to go through it again.

Donald Trump continues to maintain he never had any affairs, but when you are laying out that kind of money, it is a safe bet that most people are not going to believe him.

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