Stephanie Winston Wolkoff was part of the Trump family’s inner circle, and she claims to have maintained a close relationship with Melania Trump, until by a radical decision she was excluded from the White House.
Revelations in a Post About Melania Trump Ended Everything
His explosive memoir, “Melania and me,” was published on September 1, revealing very unflattering details about the American representative’s wife. For 15 years, the two became very close; they shared lunches in trendy restaurants, went to baby showers, surprise parties and even often exchanged text messages full of emoticons.
The White House’s reaction to the publication was not expected and has described it as a “strange distortion of truth.” Similarly, a spokeswoman for the first lady noted that.
“The book is not only full of falsehoods and paranoia, but is based on an imaginary need for revenge. Unfortunately, this is an insecure woman whose need to be relevant defies logic.”
However, “Melania and me” is not the only publication on the Trumps’ life in the White House. Among the most relevant are those of Mary Trump, the president’s niece, “Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man” and former National Security Director John Bolton titled “The Room Where It Happened.”
But, returning to the headline of this note, we present 5 details of what Winston Wolkoff relates in his controversial work:
The bad relationship with Ivanka
Wolkoff, who was an event organizer for Vogue magazine, talks about the much-talked-about tensions between Melania Trump and her stepdaughter, Ivanka Trump. According to the author, the first lady allegedly refers to Trump’s daughter as the “princess” and her bad relationship became apparent since Trump’s inauguration. She also notes that she once received a text message from Melania in which she called her stepdaughter and her husband, Jared Kushner, “snakes.”
Shower and toilet change
The book states that the first lady refused to move to the White House for five months “until the residence is remodeled and redecorated, starting with a new shower and toilet,” in relation to those held by Barack and Michelle Obama during her tenure. He also asked that his office be painted Middleton pink, named after colorist Catherine Middleton.
The grimace on the day of the endowment
Another of the topics addressed in the publication is that of the grimace that the first lady made on Trump’s inauguration day, January 20, 2017. Although Melania Trump was said to have made a bad gesture towards her husband, the author explains that it was because of an incident with her son Barron Trump. “Melania suddenly frowned and looked down and to her forehand because Barron had accidentally kicked her ankle”, Stephanie Wolkoff explained.
She has a great influence on her husband
Wolkoff also claims that Melania has some influence on the president. As the author explains, the first lady claimed her husband for trying to lift the ban on the importation of dead animals from Africa as a hunting trophy, which was allegedly driven by the president’s children. “Melania did not sympathize with the efforts of ‘the boys’ for weapons and hunting or the strange need to hang the head of a dead animal on the wall. That night, she did some management on her own and her plea to Donald really worked,” she wrote.
“It’s more than they have in their own country, where they sleep on the floor”
Winston Wolkoff also refers to the 2018 episode when the representative’s government was criticized for the separation of immigrant children and their undocumented parents. The author reveals that in a phone call, the first one was unrest compassionate: “They are not with their parents and it is sad. But the agents (from the Border Patrol) told me the kids were saying, ‘Wow, do I have a bed? Will I have a closet for my clothes?'” and he said, “It’s more than you have in your own country, where you sleep on the floor.“