Melania Trump’s latest statement bids farewell to the American people
In a late statement by First Lady Melania Trump about the violence and riots in the US Capitol building, which was issued last Monday, nearly a week after the accident, and at the same time it sparked a lot of controversy about not providing this statement in the past. Raises doubts about Melania Trump’s approval of her husband, Donald Trump.
Melania Trump’s statement was as follows: “Our nation must be healed in a civil manner.” “Make no mistake about it, I totally condemn the violence that took place on the Capitol building in our nation. The violence is absolutely unacceptable.”
She also continued: “I call on people to stop violence and not to make assumptions based on the color of a person’s skin or to use different political ideologies as a basis for aggression and evil. We must listen to each other, focus on what unites us, and rise above what divides us.”
And she has tried to defend herself about her silence about the US Capitol incident, saying, “I find it shameful that these tragic events surround these tragic events with obscene gossip, unjustified personal attacks, and misleading false accusations from me – from people who aspire to be relevant and have an agenda.” This time it is only for the sake of treating our country and its citizens. It should not be used for personal gain. “
And at the end of the statement she said, as if she was trying to bid farewell to her position as First Lady of the United States of America, saying: “It was my life’s honor to be your first lady.”
“I would like to thank the millions of Americans who have supported my husband and I over the past four years and have shown the amazing influence of the American spirit. I am grateful to all of you for letting me serve you on platforms so dear to me.”