When questioned about the swirling accusations of plagiarism, Melania Trump replied, “I would never plagiarize someone else’s speech. I’m so very proud of my original opening statements, “Only in America can a young black man; the son of a single white mother on welfare, grow up to be the President of the United States. We must continue to feel the Bern and start a revolution! Attica, Attica, Attica!” Thank you.
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You do understand that since Melania and the rest of Donald’s family are basically his puppets and they are delivering messages that he wants the public to hear, he can’t very well have them all say, “We’re going to build a wall!” and “I’d like to complain about my parents, but The Donald considers them really great people. They’re really great friends of mine–I mean his!”
Did you know that every time he or one of his family members says the word “TERRIFIC” an angel tries to air-kiss Mike Pence?
I suspect she has more looks than brains.
I believe you’re right Kathy. After her speech she was overheard saying, “Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful. What? I’ve never heard this phrase before in my entire 15-minutes of fame.”
She knows the right buzz words?
She does Donna as long as they’ve been said before by someone else, lol!
I’m surprised that a woman of her stature would make such copy-catty remarks.
Copy-catty indeed Bill. WWMS or What Would Melania Say: “I would not plagiarize a speech, I would not eat a rotten peach . . .” “What? No, I’ve never heard of this Dr. Seuss you speak of.”
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