In a recent interview with Sean Hannity on “Fox News,” First Lady Melania Trump spoke about her recent trip to visit the military, how she handles criticism, and why she can’t stop President Trump’s Twitter tirades.
Melania spoke to Sean about the volume of criticism she and her family have received since her husband was elected into office.
The First Lady explained to Hannity that while she may not get time to watch the news regularly, she is aware of people’s comments.
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Towards the end of the interview, Hannity asked Melania if she has the power to stop President Trump from tweeting when he is planning on posting something she does not agree with.
She pointed out the fact that her husband is still using Twitter and getting into trouble as a result. The First Lady then said:
“I don’t agree with his tone sometimes and I tell him that,” she told the host. “But it’s his decision. He knows the consequences. He’s an adult. But he’s a fighter.”
The interview between FLOTUS and Hannity took place shortly after Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, was sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion and corruption.
WHAT’S IN A NAME?
The criticism that President Trump has received during his term thus far has created negative connotations with his name.
An 11-year-old boy from Delaware, Joshua Trump, had to change his name in school records, as his surname was causing him to be bullied by other students.
His parents even went as far as to homeschool him for a year, because Joshua felt ashamed of his last name.
He started middle school this year, and his parents met with staff to explain Joshua’s situation. The school is willing to accommodate him as much as possible.
Joshua Trump is not the only person who has been bullied. According to a recent speech by Melania Trump, she is the most bullied person in the world, especially by the media and public.
Melania’s speech specifically addressed cyberbullying and its dangerous effects. Many saw this as ironic, because her husband, President Trump, uses Twitter to conduct cyberbullying on a daily basis.
Since the First Lady’s speech, the president has used Twitter to take punches at CIA director John Brennan, the US Postal Service, former associate deputy attorney general Bruce Ohr, and Robert Mueller.