Melania Trump Told Son Barron Trump ‘To Be Strong’ After ‘Access Hollywood’ Tape’s Release
The new tell-all book about the first lady, Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady, revealed how Melania Trump discussed the Access Hollywood tape with her son Barron.
The author of the new book Stephanie Winston Wolkoff claimed she met with Melania the day after the infamous tape was released to the public.
“She was smiling,” Wolkoff said on Good Morning America. “It was as if nothing happened.” She asked the first lady how she would explain the controversy to her son, and Melania reportedly said, “I talk with him and I teach him, with all the political chaos around him, to be strong.”
“She wasn’t worried that he couldn’t handle it,” Wolkoff wrote. “She told her ten-year-old, just as she’d told me many times, ‘What doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.'”
In her book Wolkoff wrote of Melania: “Very matter-of-factly, she had always stipulated, ‘Barron is my first priority and he is strong.'”
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