Melania Trump, the former first lady, blamed the country’s rising issues on the present “leadership” in her first interview since leaving the White House.
According to Mediaite, co-host Pete Hegseth questioned what she thought of the present “condition of the country” with record-high inflation, a growing shortage of infant formula, increasing petrol and diesel costs, and more in a clip uploaded Friday on Twitter of her appearance Sunday on “Fox & Friends.” Trump clearly faulted the White House’s “leadership,” or rather, the “lack thereof.”
“If you truly look into it, I think it’s sad to see what’s going on,” Melania remarked. “I believe that many individuals are struggling and suffering, as well as what is happening throughout the world.” As a result, it’s quite terrible to witness, and I hope things improve quickly.”
It is clear that the present government is incapable of keeping anything under control. Anything this regime touches rots or crumbles completely. Even the mainstream media is baffled by his strange antics.
Hegseth then asked the former first lady what comes to mind when she observes concerns like “heartbreaking” newborn formula shortages across the United States. “It’s been in the news, how do you feel like someone who loves children and has committed so much to their betterment when you see a lack of baby formula and families struggle to access essential products like that?” Hegseth inquired.
“It’s distressing to see that they’re struggling and that food is scarce for youngsters in the United States of America in the twenty-first century,” the former First Lady remarked. When the presenter pressed her for a more detailed answer, she simply stated, “Leadership.” “Leadership, or lack thereof?” inquired the host, to which Melania replied, “Yes.”
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Melania Trump, a former top model, was asked why she believes she was never on the cover of a fashion magazine like Vogue during her time as First Lady, despite the fact that the outlet and others featured former and current first ladies like Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, and Jill Biden on the cover.
“They’re biased, and they have likes and dislikes,” the former first lady stated. “I believe the American people, and everyone else, see it.” It was their choice, and I had far more important things to accomplish in the White House than appear on the cover of Vogue.”
As a newborn formula crisis worsens across the country, many parents are questioning why the president isn’t doing more to help, even as a report this week revealed that the Biden administration is shipping pallets of formula to feed illegal migrants’ infants.
A Florida congressman released a video on Facebook criticizing the government for sending formula to the border rather than increasing domestic supply. “They’re shipping pallets of baby formula to the border,” Republican Rep. Kat Cammack stated in one of two internet comments on Wednesday.
“Meanwhile, we cannot get infant formula in our own district at home,” she continued, presenting a photo of empty shelves where the formula would be. It’s unclear how much formula is being shipped to the border, but according to Cammack’s film, at least some are, even if American moms and dads are struggling to obtain enough for their infants. Cammack, for her part, stated that a border official provided her images of the delivery, which she shared online.
“At the border, they’re getting pallets and pallets of baby formula,” she remarked, brandishing a photo of Advantage brand formula and Gogo Squeez applesauce. “This was shot inside the Ursula processing center [in McAllen, Texas], where thousands are kept, processed, and ultimately released,” Cammack explained. “Kat, you would not believe the package I just brought in,” she stated the agent remarked.
He’s been a border patrol agent for 30 years and has never witnessed anything like this. He is a grandpa, and he claims that his own children are unable to obtain the baby formula.” Cammack did not condemn the migrants who received the formula, but he did say that the administration should prioritize American parents.
“I don’t know about you, but if I’m a mother, wherever in America, at any time, and I go to my local Walmart or Target or Publix or Safeway or Kroger or anywhere you shop, and you see their shelves and signs indicating you can’t purchase baby formula, I become worried.”
“And then you see the American government delivering hundreds and thousands of containers of baby formula to the border by the pallet,” she remarked. “It’s not the children’s fault at all,” she stressed. But what irritates me is that this is another illustration of America’s final goal, which the Biden administration continues to promote.”