Melania Trump was ‘tone deaf’ says Stephanie Winston Wolkoff

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff told LBC’s Eddie Marr that Melania Trump is “tone-deaf” and that her tenure as FLOTUS has been a disappointment. She added that Melania Trump has been Donald Trump’s “biggest cheerleader” throughout his time as President of the United States.

Ms Wolkoff said: “Melania I am sure is pleased and is exhaling very much so right now.

“It was a major disappointment from the beginning to the end of her tenure.

“It took me several years… to realise how completely tone-deaf the First Lady was to what was happening around her.

“I am talking about in the east-wing, what we were trying to accomplish and create.”

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Mr Marr asked: “Tone-deaf, what do you mean by that?”

The former senior advisor continued: “The recent impeachable actions by her husband Donald and the horrible mess he has left our country in and her to try and telegraph some type of confidence.

“She asked us to focus on what unites us, always choose love over hatred and peace over violence.

“It is irrational and just hypocritical.

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“Basically, she is asking us to be the antithesis of all that Donald demonstrated his entire four years in office.

“She is asking us to believe that she cares and pivots as the actual victim when in fact she is his biggest cheerleader.”

R Couri Hay, an American publisher, said Melania was a “reluctant First Lady” who took on the role “for her husband”.

He told The New York Times: “I think that you will find that she will be even less visible, and less available [after she leaves Washington].”

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But Mr Trump’s former senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, said Melania will be remembered warmly.

She told The Times: “Melania is and will continue to be the most popular Trump.

“As First Lady, she was fully engaged, but not overexposed.

“There remains a curiosity and a mystery about her.”

The former FLOTUS left the White House alongside husband Donald Trump hours before Joe Biden was officially sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.

Mr Trump and Melania flew to their Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida and became the first presidential couple to skip the inauguration since the 1800s.

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