It used to be a thing in America that we knew who to leave in and who to leave out of certain arguments.
For example, there is a member of my family that I have not spoken to in several years due to a horrible falling out that has children I still send a Christmas card to the kids every year.
The reason is that the kids have nothing to do with it. The kids didn’t cause the problem so why make them suffer as a result? My opinion is pretty much the same when it comes to politicians from both sides of the aisle.
If you for lack of a better term stand there and wave when you are out at public functions with your spouse who is a public figure anyone that takes digs at you or makes fun of you is an absolutely abhorrent person.
The liberals have been doing this to Melania Trump from darn near the beginning of all of this. They have said such horrible things about her that it is almost beyond belief that anyone would be able to put up with it.
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.”