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The Morning Briefing published on tarpley.net on August 2, 2016 referenced unfounded rumors and innuendo regarding Melania Trump, wife of Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump, and her life prior to her marriage.
The August 2, 2016 morning briefing asserted that it was widely known that Melania Trump previously worked as an escort and that Mrs. Trump was in fear of revelations that she used to work as an escort. The briefing also stated that multiple unnamed sources stated that Mrs. Trump was in a state of apoplectic tantrum, was suffering from a full-blown nervous breakdown, that both Melania Trump and Donald J. Trump feared the revelations coming to light, and that Mrs. Trump’s condition was negatively affecting the presidential campaign of Donald J. Trump.
Trump is on the ropes. Let's finish him, but coldly. It's not the time to become part of the mob.
What Melania Trump is, is obvious, a beautiful third wife, married to a much older man. I don't think more detail is really necessary in the context of this presidential campaign.
that and slut shaming is just wrong, don't care who it is.
What do you think? I'm not that interested in Melania.
originally posted by: Justso
What an odd interpretation of the events at hand.
You talk about "cultural elites" and "artistic creativity."
Where do u reside? Are you not just a little bit snobby, narcissistic in your so sophisticated political opinions?
Maybe your "academic activists" with all their cool-sophistication can rule this world with purity and grandeur.
Donald Trump has hired the lawyer who helped Hulk Hogan win an invasion-of-privacy case against Gawker and given him a new mission: threaten legal action against several media outlets that picked up a Slovenian magazine's report claiming that Melania Trump worked as an escort in the 1990s.
The website Liberal America on Monday posted a letter it received from Hollywood attorney Charles Harder demanding a retraction and an apology. Politico reported that at least three other news organizations, including London's Daily Mail, received the same notice, which warns that Melania Trump will "institute immediate legal proceedings against you" if her conditions are not met.