Melania Trump Has Some Choice Words for GQ — She's Reallllyyyyy Pissed

We all know when Donald Trump is upset about something — the man is far from shy. Between social media attacks, live interviews, and rallies where he shames whomever he hates at that moment, you’ll know when the GOP presidential candidate is pissed. And after a recent GQ article, Melania is taking a tip from her husband’s book.
Published on April 27th, the article is supposed to be an in-depth profile on the Trump family and what things would look like under a Trump presidency. Now journalist Julia Ioffe is facing the wrath of Trump supporters after she allegedly made “false claims” about the family and their business endeavors.
So what in particular has Melania in a huff? There’s a few things — one is what Loffe wrote about the Melania Trump skincare line: “Melania’s caviar-infused anti-aging creams haven’t sold as well, though a federal judge ruled in her favor in a lawsuit she filed against its promoters.” Responding in her Facebook post, Melania wrote, “The company in which I was involved with did not honor the contract and did not meet their obligations and as such the courts ruled in my favor.”
Loffe also brought up illicit trade and tax evasion charges made against Melania’s father Viktor Knavs.

Police files from the time indicate Viktor aroused suspicion for illicit trade and tax evasion in 1976. (He was charged with a tax offense, though his record was later cleared on account of Slovenia’s statute of limitations, a process the courts described to me as “legal rehabilitations.”)

She continued to divulge more personal information about Melania’s half-brother, whose existence has reportedly been ignored by both the media and his family. In a small excerpt, Loffe details Knavs’ unflattering court battle with his son’s mother:

Viktor continued to deny paternity—going into detail for the court about when he had sex with Marija and the rhythms of her menstrual cycle—prompting the court to order a blood test. Based on its results, the court determined that Viktor was, in fact, the boy’s biological father.

Yikes. In a surprising turn of events, Donald Trump has yet to publicly comment on the article. His supporters, on the other hand, have fired back with a slew of antisemitic comments.

“It’s unsettling,” Ioffe stated Thursday night. “I started the day off having a sense of humor about it but by the end of the day, after a few phone calls like this, with people playing Hitler speeches, and the imagery, and people telling me my face would look good on a lampshade, it’s hard to laugh.”

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