Melania Trump Fires Back at New York Times, Says ‘Inaccurate Reporting’ Promoted Her Fundraiser

Former First Lady Melania Trump has revealed that attempts to smear her by the New York Times have backfired and ended up helping to promote her fundraiser.

Melania got the last laugh after the Times published a story about a high-dollar fundraiser she was attending being canceled because of an investigation.

The former first lady blasted the report as “inaccurate” and accused the NYT of trying to hurt the Trump family.

Melania set the paper straight saying the fundraiser, originally planned for April, is now rescheduled for December.

But she saved the best for last, however.

She revealed her event was moved was because the earlier hit piece by the Times brought so much publicity the demand for tickets went through the roof and they needed a bigger venue.

“The High Tea event is not canceled,” Melania said.

“It is scheduled for December 4, 2022.

“As a result of the New York Times’ inaccurate reporting, we captured the attention of way more people than expected and required a larger venue.”

Melania said earlier: “Being First Lady of the United States was the greatest honor of my life.

“I treasure every experience and am humbled that I was able to serve our Nation.

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“I will continue to support our country, and I am committed to providing opportunities for future generations.

“Since leaving the White House, I have further dedicated my efforts to helping America’s children.”

“Supporting children is not, and should never be, part of a political agenda,” she added.

“Imagine the opportunities we could create if we all worked together to support our children and committed to helping them fulfill their hopes and dreams.

“Despite my actions, the press continues to publish inaccurate, misleading, and outright incorrect articles about my work.

“The media has created a narrative whereby I am trying to act in an illegal or unethical manner.

“That portrayal is simply untrue and adversely affects the children I hope to support.

“Those who attack my initiatives and create the appearance of impropriety are quite literally dream killers.

“They have canceled the hopes and dreams of children by trying to cancel me.

“Looking ahead, I am humbled by the outpouring of generosity, love, and support I have received after the recent false reporting.

“I will continue to support our children and do whatever it takes, remaining positive in the face of negativity,” she said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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