Last night, First lady Melania Trump appeared on The Hannity Show, with host Sean Hannity on his number one cable news show. Part of the reason for Sean’s popularity is his steadfast defense of President Trump and Trump’s family, including our amazing, and very tough first lady.
When Hannity asked Melania about on Wednesday about a term she frequently uses. “Stay true to yourself” Hannity quoted, as he asked Melania to explain what the term means? Melania responded that she does what she believes to be the “right” thing, despite any potential disapproval that may come her way. She also doesn’t hold back when it comes to expressing her opinions to her husband, she said.
Trump’s remarks came during an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity while the pair were aboard the USS George H.W. Bush.
“I do what I think is right. I know I will get the criticism – from the public or from the media – but I will do what is right and what I feel is right for the country and for the people,” Trump replied. “That’s why I say I want to stay true to myself and listen to myself and what to do and what is right, what is wrong and live a meaningful life every day.” – Fox News
When the top-rated Fox News host asked Melania, “What’s been the hardest thing you’ve had to deal with?”, she replied: “I would say the opportunists who are using my name or my families name to advance themselves—Comedians, journalists and others who she said were “using my name or my family name to advance themselves.”
Hannity asked the first lady, “Does it hurt?” The first lady, who is tough as nails, replied, “It does not hurt. The problem is they’re writing history and it’s not correct.”
While aboard the USS George H.W. Bush, Melania told Hannity that she decided to make the trip so she could pay a visit to military families, as well as servicemen and women.
“It’s very important that we support them. Holidays are coming, not many of them, they will be with their families so for me it’s very important to show them that the president and I and the country, we are behind them.”