Liberal media continues to question why Melania Trump isn't on the campaign trail

 January 24, 2024

The liberal media is working overtime to make it appear as if former first lady Melania Trump doesn't want to be involved in former President Donald Trump's 2024 campaign.

The moment Melania Trump isn't seen with the former president at virtually any campaign event triggers a new story, something along the lines of "Where's Melania?"

That very phrase has even trended on X, formerly known as Twitter, as Trump's critics grasp at straws in an attempt to dump negative coverage on him and his family.

Trump has stated publicly, and recently, many times, that his wife will join him on the campaign trail.

A lot on her plate

Melania Trump recently took a hard loss in losing her mother, Amalija Knavs, who died earlier this month at 78.

Even though Donald Trump has stormed through Iowa and New Hampshire with record-setting victories, it's understandable that Melania Trump would be occupied and properly grieving the loss of her mother.

The former first lady also works overtime to protect her family, and especially her son, Barron Trump, from media attacks.

According to Yahoo, among many other reports, Donald Trump recently assured those wondering that Melania would soon join him on the campaign trail.

Yahoo noted:

During a new interview, Trump dished high praise for his family, especially his wife, Melania, and their son, Barron. The former president said he's received a lot of helpful advice from Melania, that she has a lot of compassion, and will be "very active" for his campaign.

"I rely on her for advice and all the others. I think she will be very active in the sense of being active," Trump said during the interview.

Praising Barron

Barron Trump, a beloved figure among Trump's supporters, is 17, so he might not be joining the family business quite yet, but his father spoke highly of him during the recently interview. He even commented on his son's unbelievable height, as he stands 6'8" tall.

Yahoo noted:

Barron was photographed beside his father and mother at Knavs' funeral last week and towered over both of them. About Barron, Trump called him a "special boy" and said, "He's a good boy, smart, good athlete, very good boy."

Trump also made a comment about his son's height, saying he got it from eating his grandmother's delicious food.

The former president praise his late mother-in-law, saying, "Great people, great parents to all of us, really. Great parents, but also to Barron. Boy, did she take care of Barron."

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