Melania blasts 'opportunists,' says media focuses too much on 'nonsense'

Melania blasts 'opportunists,' says media focuses too much on 'nonsense'

Elsewhere in the interview, Melania discussed the moment she first met Donald Trump, 72. Mrs Trump also said she did what she thought was right for the country and the American people, despite being criticised by the media and the public. She complained in an ABC interview, for example, that she considered herself the "most bullied person in the world".

"Well, we could see it", she said.

In addition to the criticisms of her new hair color, the First Lady's favorably has reportedly fallen 11 percent in the past two months, according to CNN.

First lady Melania Trump blasted "opportunists" whom she accused of using her name, and sounded a lot like her husband in a Fox News interview Wednesday night. Her approval rating ticked up this fall and it now stands at 54 percent. "I give my husband advice and my honest opinion".

First lady Melania Trump offered a blistering critique of comedians and others when she was asked what was the most hard thing about being the wife of the president.

The First Lady will also be meeting with Sailors on the USS Goerge H.W. Bush, and mentioned so in her speech at JBLE-Langley.

"That's why I say I want to stay true to myself and listen to myself and what to do and what is right, what is wrong and live a meaningful life every day", Trump said.

She told Hannity: "With policies, some of them I agree on, some I don't".

While pushing her campaign in November, she said, "it is not news or surprising to me that critics in the media have chosen to ridicule me for speaking out on this issue-and that's OK". "I mean, there's just a constant sort of pity party whenever she gets in front of a microphone".

Later on in the program, CNN contributor Joan Walsh echoed Glasser's sentiment, saying Mrs. Trump "continues to whine" about being first lady.

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