Trump reveals private conversations with Melania about indictments

 July 29, 2023

Former President Donald Trump just revealed that he has spoken with his wife, former First Lady Melania Trump, about the indictments that he is facing and that such conversations have been "unpleasant." 

Trump made the revelation, according to The Hill, on Friday, during an appearance Friday on The John Fredricks Show. 

"For what?!"

During the interview, Trump spoke about those occasions when he has had to share with Melania the news that he has been indicted.

"It’s always unpleasant when you have to go in and tell your wife that, ‘By the way, tomorrow sometime, I’m going to be indicted, Trump said.

The former president hen told the host that Melania usually responds by asking, "For what?"

"And, I say, 'I have no idea. I have absolutely no idea," Trump said.


Trump is facing multiple criminal indictments from multiple sources and the rumors are that more are on the way.

For one, Trump is facing the falsifying business records charges that have been brought against him by the George Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg.

Then, there are the charges that Special Counsel Jack Smith has brought against Trump, on behalf of the federal government, in relation to Trump's alleged improper retention of classified records. Just this past week, Smith filed a superseding indictment in the case, charging Trump with an additional count of willful retention of national defense information and two new obstruction counts.

On top of all this, it is believed that Trump could soon face two more indictments. One would be for allegedly interfering in the administration of Georgia's 2020 general election. And, the other would be for his alleged role in the Capitol protest of Jan. 6, 2021.

Trump has pled not guilty to the charges that have been brought, and it is expected that he will do the same to any other charges that are filed. Trump maintains his innocence and insists that Smith and the others are politically motivated - that they are trying to stop his 2024 campaign for the presidency.

"I try to keep them . . . out of it"

During his Friday appearance on The John Fredricks Show, Trump was asked, considering the indictments, about how Melania and his 17-year-old son, Barron, are doing.

"Well, I try to keep them shielded and out of it," Trump said. "I just stay away from the standpoint of this."

It certainly has to be a difficult situation for the Trump family.

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