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Melania defends controversial holiday commentary by promoting a line of holiday decorations for $ 45

Melania Trump defended herself against controversial holiday comments by promoting her line of holiday decorations for $ 45.

The Former First Lady was secretly taped in 2018 by her former friend and adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, in which she complained of criticism for her husband’s family separation policy on the southern border, while at the same time decorating the White House.

She now claims that Mrs. Wolkoff “maliciously edited and published our conversation to create the impression that Christmas didn’t matter to me.”

Ms Trump’s comments made headlines as her husband’s administration was under attack because of a border separation policy that split the families of migrants trying to enter the US.

“They say I’m complicit. I am just like him, I support him. I’m not talking enough, I’m not doing enough where I am, ”she said on the tape.

“I work… I have an ass with Christmas stuff, you know who cares about Christmas stuff and decorations? But I have to do it, right?

Now that she sells a Christmas line of six brass ornaments and the corresponding NFT, Ms Trump says she wants to clarify her views on the holiday season as well as attack her former friend.

“I will personally clarify this as the mainstream media did not provide the context for these misleading exchanges. Christmas is an important time for me, my family and the American people, and my dedication to this holiday is personal and deeply serious, “she said Breitbart.

“Most people will agree that reuniting immigrant children with their parents is more important than discussing holiday decorations during the summer. The fact that Wolkoff removed that part of our conversation in which I expressed my hope of reuniting families torn apart on the southern border reveals her malicious intent.

“Wolkoff is not trustworthy. Her contract with the First Lady’s Office was terminated in February 2018, and she was later charged with breaching a confidentiality clause in her White House employment contract. “

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