There have been several rumors about Donald Trump and Melania Trump’s marriage. When the Democrats initially took over the White House in 2017, they made her out to be a prisoner and a victim. Soon enough, they would turn on her and treat her with the same contempt they had shown the 45th president. Two years after they departed Washington, DC, the whispers are still going strong. The former First Lady’s office has lately commented on the rumors.
Since she no longer works for the government, Melania Trump has avoided the limelight. Instead, she’s been concentrating on being a good mom to her son, Barron Trump. The media speculated on the health of her marriage when the indictment and arraignment of her spouse became public knowledge. The Mirror, for instance, said the pair was on the verge of divorce, citing unnamed “insiders.” The ex-first lady’s absence at her husband’s arraignment was reported by the Miami Herald. According to a “political observer” quoted by the Mercury News, her absence meant “everything.”
Mrs. Trump seems to have become tired of the rumors on April 11. Her administration made a rare statement criticizing the media for its coverage. Her office sent a statement on Twitter claiming that the media has “made assumptions” about her viewpoint “on subjects that are personal, professional, and political,” and that “unnamed sources” are always used to back up the allegations of the writers. In the statement, it was recommended that people use their “good judgment” while determining the veracity of a story.
News organizations have made assumptions about the former First Lady's stance on subjects that are personal, professional, and political over the past few weeks. In these articles, unnamed sources are cited to bolster the author's claims.— Office of Melania Trump (@OfficeofMelania) April 11, 2023
They tied the knot back in 2005. Neither one of them has ever complained openly about their relationship. They have a 17-year-old son together. Melania Trump has always kept a low profile, and it wasn’t until her husband became president that speculation began to circulate about her private life.