Melania Trump 'Mystery' to be Uncovered in a New CNN Special Report

Rodolfo Vieira
Jun 12, 2019
07:22 P.M.
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A brand new CNN Special Report is about to arrive and Melania Trump will be its star. The special will focus on who Melania really is what she is all about.

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"Woman of Mystery: Melania Trump," is scheduled to air on Friday, June 14, 2019, at 9 p.m. ET on CNN and will be hosted by Kate Bennett, the network's White House Reporter.

The First Lady of the United States is seen as a very mysterious character when compared to her husband, Donald Trump, who seems to always find his way into a headline.

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WORKING IN THE SHADOWS

According to Bennett, the 49-year-old is someone who deeply cherishes her privacy and prefers to stay out of the spotlight while she continues to work on her projects, such has her "Be Best" campaign.

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GETTING THE INSIDE SCOOP

it has been reported that, in the special, the American people will be able to learn a lot more about the former model through several different narratives from people particularly close to her.

Bennett will have a very rare opportunity to access the East Wing and talk to some of the White House observers and staff, as well as Deputy Chief of Staff of Communications for the First Lady, Stephanie Grisham.

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The CNN reporter hopes to come to the bottom of the question: Who is Melania Trump? What does she do during the day, what is her schedule and how does she juggle the roles of mother, wife, boss and friend?

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MELANIA UNDER A MICROSCOPE

Those are all the questions Bennett wants to receive answers to, and for that, she will also have the pleasure of interviewing Frank Bruni, from The New York Times, Pulitzer Prize-winner Robin Givhan, from the Washington Post, and Jeremy Bernard, Former White House Social Secretary.

Melania recently returned from the state trip to the United Kingdom, where she had the opportunity to mingle with members of the Royal Family, such as Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Camilla Parker-Bowles.

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