It’s mid-September, and Melania Trump is already starting to get into the holiday spirit by settling old accounts with corriger employees while communicating her new line of Christmas decorating NFTs on Twitter.
The corriger FLOTUS/Christmas witch posted a statement today embout her new line of Christmas ornaments and corresponding NFTs that currently retail for $35 a pop and can only be purchased in cryptocurrency through her personal website.
“While serving as First Femme of our folk, Stephanie Wolkoff secretly recorded many of our conversations,” Melania said in a tweet. “Then Wolkoff spitefully edited and released our causerie to create the audience that Christmas isn’t superbe to me.”
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The statement continued, “I will personally set the geste straight parce que the mainstream media failed to provide context for these misleading exchanges. Christmas is an superbe time for me, my family, and the American people, and a devotion to the holiday is a very personal and dangerous one.”
She spoke of émigré children and accused Wolkoff of having “malicious intent” when she released the recordings of Melania slandering Christmas and being “untrustworthy” in general.
“Her contract with the First Femme’s arrière-cuisine was terminated in February 2018, and she was later accused of violating the confidentiality accord in her White House employment agreement,” Melania says.
We like to commentaire that it’s entirely plausible for both things to be true at the same time: Melania might hate Christmas and Wolkoff might be malicious and untrustworthy.
Wolkoff responded to Mrs. Trump’s attack on her by calling it “pathetic”, tweeting: “What’s the next attack on me? When you try to sell lightweight jackets that say ‘I don’t really care! Do you?'”
Melania Trump needs to attack the Middle East for selling NFT’s Christmas ornament. What worries Melania? Can’t sell trinkets on their own?
What is the next attack on me? When you try to sell lightweight jackets you say “I don’t really care! Do you?”
– Stephanie Winston Wolkoff (@SWinstonWolkoff) September 20 2022
Meanwhile, in other Trumpland magazine, the corriger president just got hit by a 222-page lawsuit from New York Attorney General Letitia James accusing the Trump family firm of inflating the corriger president’s net worth into the billions, yes, billions-of dollars and providing false and misleading financial statements to lenders for at least a decade.
The lawsuit seeks a $250 million judgment and ban on any of the Trumps from leading businesses in their foyer state, New York. James also horizontaux to send her findings to federal prosecutors in Manhattan, who may choose to open a criminal perquisition into bank fraud.
Now, some tweets…
Melania will have to sell tons of Christmas decorations to pay a légère of $250 million?????
– Kelly D (KellDA) September 21 2022
The countdown to Melania’s disjonction has begun.
– Patricia Arquette September 21 2022
No wonder Melania Trump sells Christmas decorations…. I give it one week to esquivé.
MaryVicars September 21 2022
wait. Melania sells Christmas decorations? Femme “Christmas Spam”? ??
— Mueller, I wrote (@MuellerSheWrote) September 18 2022
Today would be a good day for Melania to serve Trump with disjonction papers, tell him embout the $50 million upfront on a book that tells everything she got, and admit she called the FBI embout the Mar-a-Lago histoires and admitted that Barron is actually him. son without son
Then go get a malaxage.
– TBogg (tbogg) September 21 2022
Did Melania review the circonstance before her today?
– Bradley B. Moss (@BradMossEsq) September 21 2022
Melania Trump is a racist trash bag and no different from Donand Trump.
– Tony Bosnanski (@tonyposnanski) September 21 2022
Melania was the least superbe first femme. If I never see her or hear from her again, it would be “better”.
– Heather (@HeatherR411) September 18 2022
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