Here’s Why Melania Trump’s Speech Was A Raving Success


While the left and and the #NeverTrumpers work themselves into a lather over the potential FLOTUS’s convention speech, let’s reflect on just what the real information this spin is trying to deflect from the public.

First, if you haven’t seen the comparison video that’s floating around the internet, here it is. And yes, there are many similarities.

In what the left tried to manufacture into an unimaginable, embarrassing faux pas, may turn out to be a great boost for the Trump campaign.

First of all, because the establishment and main-stream-media has ceased to understand that every time they cast stones at the Trump Train, it only becomes stronger, and gains more support, they may have just infused  more energy into the very thing they are trying to quash. AND, with all the fuss created within the 24 hours following her speech, they’ve only served to give Trump and his campaign more unpaid for media coverage and publicity. Thank you.

Second, is this it? Really!? Is this all they can come up with? Where’s the big scandal? The American people don’t care. What they care about is unemployment. They care about illegal aliens, lawless politicians who aren’t accountable to the laws under which the rest of us are subject. They care about national security. They don’t care how closely, or not, Melania’s speech resembled Michelle’s in 2008. It will be forgotten by Friday.

So, in true form, the left is calling for heads to roll. They want to gin up discord and create an aura of chaos where there is none.  … That’s not gonna happen. And while CNN is trying to get you to believe there is an inner staff blood bath, most likely, this will all be a forgotten story in 24 to 36 hours.

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign doesn’t plan to fire anybody or to take disciplinary action over the controversy surrounding Melania Trump’s plagiarism of Michelle Obama, CNN learned Tuesday.

Trump’s campaign hopes to simply move on without further addressing questions about the speech.It may be interesting to note that the person, on the CNN staff, was fired from the Trump campaign last week. That’s right. Corey Lewandowski.

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Tuesday that whoever is responsible for writing the should be fired.”Whoever was the staff person who wrote this speech should be held accountable and should be fired,” Lewandowski told CNN’s John Berman and Kate Bolduan.

Lewandowski, who is a CNN contributor, was fired from the Trump campaign last month. I think people are gonna see through that one, real quick. Trump probably did the right thing, firing this one.

So, while MSM and the socialist left are stuck in the mind set of KEEP DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER EXPECT DIFFERENT RESULTS, the rest of the world will learn these things about Melania and hope they will have the influence over The Donald we are wishing for in a new presidential administration.

She may reinstate class and sophistication back into the white house after 8 years of classlessness. Read this from The Week.

She could be the next Jackie Kennedy: Insiders warn that Slovenian ex-model should not be underestimated. Jackie Kennedy biographer Pamela Keogh told the Daily Mail that, just like JFK’s iconic wife, Melania is “beautiful, smart and keeps her own counsel”, with a chic fashion sense. As far back as 2000, Melania told the New York Times that if she were ever first lady, she would be “very traditional – like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy”.

She speaks five languages: Slovenian, English, French, Serbian and German, if you want to know. That linguistic prowess could come in handy at White House functions, but it has been suggested her thick accent is the reason she makes few public appearances alongside her immigrant-bashing husband.

She grew up in communist Yugoslavia: Far away from the glamour of New York high society, Melania was raised in a concrete tower block in then northern Yugoslavia during the rule of Communist dictator Tito. If Donald becomes president, Melania would be the first first lady to be born in a communist nation and only the second to be born abroad, after Louisa Adams, the English wife of sixth president John Quincy.

She would be the only first lady to have posed nude: In 2000, Melania was photographed in the buff for a GQ photoshoot – one memorable image had her handcuffed to a briefcase on board a private jet belonging to Trump, then her boyfriend. “We pushed the envelope a little,” editor Dylan Jones says. “[It’s] not exactly the kind of thing we could have asked anyone else to do – and we were surprised she said yes.” As for what kind of first lady she would make, he predicted: “Probably a very good one. It’s her husband I’m worried about.” 

The US has never before seen so much of a potential first lady, although Pat Nixon and Betty Ford both had (clothed) modelling careers.

She is raising her son as a “Mini-Donald”: Barron, the couple’s nine-year-old son, apparently loves wearing a suit and tie and playing golf with his dad. He also apparently shares Donald’s love of bossing people around. “I call him Mini-Donald. He fired nannies, fired housekeepers,” Melania said in a 2011 interview, adding that he quickly hired them back.

She’s a charmer: Melania appears to win over everyone she meets, from her hairdresser – who describes her as “incapable of being mean” – to well-known names. Among her chief admirers is Wendi Deng, the former Mrs Rupert Murdoch, who enthused in an email to the New York Times:  “[Melania’s] a supportive wife, great mother and a lovely person.” Even veteran gossip columnist Liz Smith has nary a bad word to say about Mrs Trump, calling her a “very, very nice person”.

She supports her husband’s hardline stance on immigration: Although it’s not surprising for a candidate’s wife to back her husband’s policies, some were taken aback by Melania’s enthusiasm for Trump’s tough rhetoric on migrants, having immigrated to the US herself. “I follow the law,” she told an MSNBC interviewer. “I never thought to stay here without papers.” When pressed about her husband’s questionable comments on “criminals” crossing the border into the US, she was equally unfazed. “I don’t feel he insulted the Mexicans,” she said. “He said ‘illegal immigrants.'”

Hopefully, these things will usher in a new, greater America. And if you believe in the old “woman behind the man” theory, then we may be in pretty good shape. So, “THANK YOU” MSM. Thanks for brining more attention to the Trump campaign, and to Melania Trump, and for making her speech a success.

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