Melania blasts 'opportunists,' says media focuses too much on 'nonsense'

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"Melania Trump is a trash human being. For me it's very important to show them the President and I and the country, we are behind them", said the First Lady.

Melania described him as a "fighter", adding: "It does make me angry because children should be off limits".

The internet is now dragging Melania for her Sean Hannity interview on Fox News during which she not only featured a new blonde look, but also had some interesting thoughts on the biggest challenges of her job as FLOTUS. "I have said this before, but it's worth repeating".

The tradition of a Christmastime visit to Children's National dates back more than 60 years to first lady Bess Truman.

"It doesn't hurt", she replied. "I want the country [to] continue to do well". "And I give my husband advice and my honest opinion".

Having watched her Hannity interview, a panel of CNN analysts told Mrs. Trump to stop whining about being in the spotlight.

Hannity asked Melania Trump what has been the "hardest" thing for her to endure during her almost two years as first lady.

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She told Hannity: "With policies, some of them I agree on, some I don't".

The First Lady revealed she's infuriated with the media attacks on her him.

She continued: "I was in the border and saw first hand and met with border patrol and I see what they do 24/7, and their hands are full".

Melania, meanwhile, used the interview to criticise the press.

"First of all, she has this incredible air of aggrievement", Glasser said.

While pushing her campaign in November, she said, "it is not news or surprising to me that critics in the media have chosen to ridicule me for speaking out on this issue-and that's OK".

The First Lady said: "This is not a normal life". "I mean, there's just a constant sort of pity party whenever she gets in front of a microphone".