With the recent positive diagnosis of Melania Trump and her husband, President Donald Trump, the nation has had one more bit of drama to attach to the first family.
No doubt, many Americans took the news hard, immediately worrying if our country would soon be left without a leader. Of course, for those with Trump Derangement Syndrome, I’m sure they were all giggling through their teeth.
But to their shame, our fearless leader seems to be handling his illness just fine, as is his wife.
Melania took to Twitter for the first since her diagnosis to let Americans know that she thankful for all the prayers people have sent her way and that she is feeling fine.
She also made sure to note that she was still praying for the hundreds of others in the US who have also been affected by the disease, as well as their families.
She wrote, “My family is grateful for all the prayers & support! I am feeling good & will continue to rest at home. Thank you to medical staff & caretakers everywhere, & my continued prayers for those who are ill or have a family member impacted by the virus.”
A sweet and simple message to let all know that while she is doing well, her thoughts are never far from those who may not be so fortunate.
Of course, those of the political left took this opportunity to rain degradation down upon her head as they do every possible moment.
Not that they feel they need an excuse to do so, as she is the wife of their least favorite president, but most did remark on a particular instance that has made recent headlines.
If you haven’t heard, a former friend, or at least someone Melania considered to be a friend, recently exposed several conversations to the ever-manipulative ears of mainstream media, in which the first lady was letting off a little steam.
As I am sure you can imagine, living in the White House has its perks. But it also has some frustrations, such as always being in the public eye and having to be nearly perfect at every possible moment.
And this isn’t just expected of the physical person living there but also how the “home” is decorated and what that person’s time is spent doing.
No doubt, it can be exhausting.
On one such occasion, Melania apparently vented to a good friend, as anyone would.
She told Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, “I’m working… my a– off on the Christmas stuff, that you know, who gives a f– about the Christmas stuff and decorations? But I need to do it, right? OK, and then I do it and I say that I’m working on Christmas and planning for the Christmas and they said, ‘Oh, what about the children that they were separated?’ Give me a f– – break. Were they saying anything when Obama did that?”
Now, before you go passing judgment, let me ask you something. Have you ever been so frustrated with a current situation, so stressed out, that you mouthed off a bit, allowing a few choice words slip? I know I have.
You know, like when you’re in the middle of planning for a Christmas dinner with both sides of the family and all the stress that that entails. And suddenly, you have in-laws show up a few days early and want “help.”
Don’t tell me that you wouldn’t find yourself in need to let loose a bit or tell a friend just to get your feelings off your chest.
This is exactly what Melania is doing. She is undoubtedly under a tremendous amount of pressure. And during the holidays, when everything must be decorated to the nines on top of all of the other tasks that need to be handled? Yeah, I’d vent too.
It’s just a shame that her “friend” took the opportunity to make a little money and her 15 minutes of fame.
But apparently, it’s stuff like this that the left likes to pounce on, as though Mrs. Trump is incapable of having one human moment.
Thankfully, she is blessed to have fans as well as foes, such as this one, who reminded FLOTUS that while the left may hate on her, she is loved and appreciated and that God will judge them.
“Our prayers continue for the health and well-being of you, your husband, your family, and all those charged with your care. I also pray for all the hateful people wishing you harm. May God have mercy on them as well. We all grow up, some take a LOT longer than others!”