So it turns out that the infamous ‘I really don’t care, do you?’ jacket Melania Trump wore while going to see some of the kids separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border was not just a coincidence or media stunt! At the end of the day, the message people were outraged about her sending might also be how she actually feels!
This is the conclusion a lot of social media users have reached after hearing the phone call tapes Melania Trump’s former best friend has released and which were played on national TV via CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360.
The audio recordings were shared with the world by none other than Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who used to be Melania’s BFF and senior adviser.
As you might know, she is also the author of the tell all expose book titled ‘Melania and Me’ so it’s safe to say that she knows a lot and has a lot to share with the citizens of the United States right before the presidential election!
‘They say I am complicit. I am the same as him, I support him. I don’t say enough I do not do enough where I am,’ Melania says in a recording about her husband, the POTUS.
She then goes on to complain to her friend on the phone some more: ‘And they said, ‘Oh, what about all the children that were separated?’ Give me a f***ing break.’
The FLOTUS can also be heard protesting that former President Barack Obama did not receive nearly as much criticism as her husband when he was the leader of the United States!
Melania "doesn't shake in her boots ever and she tells Donald exactly how she feels," says Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former friend of the First Lady and ex-East Wing adviser.
She believes "if he's going to do it, he better do it right and he better do it with brass knuckles." pic.twitter.com/biXV2SmbBE
— Anderson Cooper 360° (@AC360) October 2, 2020
Melania then mentions her alleged efforts to actually help with the separation policy situation, but with no success: ‘Where they were saying anything when Obama did that? I cannot go, I was trying to get the kid reunited with the mom. I didn’t have a chance — needs to go through the process and through the law.’
What do you think about the leaked phone calls?