Melania Trump Goes ALL IN During Interview: ‘NO QUESTION OFF LIMITS’
Our first lady continues to surprise, doesn’t she? She’s stood by her man through thick and thin. Come what may by the far-left, here she stands!
She’s conducted her first solo interview after a year with Tom Llamas, ABC News’ chief national affairs correspondent. Want a taste? Well check out this promo:
Llamas to Melania “You did agree to this interview, to your credit, with no preconditions.”
“Correct,” she says with a smile. Llamas then says, with Melania nodding: “Knowing that there could be some tough questions asked.”
Though the promo doesn’t include it, here are a few more of the questions she will be asked.
“Can women in the #MeToo movement call you a supporter?”
“You’re not the first first lady to have to deal with your husband’s alleged infidelities, has this put a strain on your marriage?”
“Let’s talk about the jacket. Why did you wear it?”
“What’s the biggest misconception about you?”
It has been over a year since Melania gave an interview with a major network, and almost all of her appearances on television have been by her husband’s side.
Last June, the First Lady spoke with ‘Fox & Friends’ host Ainsley Earhardt in a segment that was filmed days before during the annual Congressional picnic, revealing that she could not be happier just two weeks after moving into the White House with son Barron.
‘We are enjoying it very much,’ Melania said of her time thus far at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
When asked how her then 11-year-old son was handling the move, Melania said: ‘He loves it, yes all settled. He loves it here.’
‘I’m so busy and we’re doing so many great stuff. So it’s really special place and I love it here,’ said Melania, who was born in Slovenia.
All in all, it should be one heck of an interview.
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