First Lady Melania Trump called Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s ex-girlfriend and adviser “dishonest” and “selfish” on Friday, a few weeks after Wolkoff published a book about their friendship.
“The headlines were happy to cover the complaints of a former contractor who advised my office,” Trump said in a White House essay, without referring to Volkoff’s name. “The man who said he ‘made me’, even though she hardly knew me, and someone who held me after my husband won the presidency.”
Trump said that the conversations that Wolkoff secretly filmed and passed on to the media were taken out of context, and the book “Melania and I: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady”; was filled with “non-working gossip” designed to “distort” her character. .
On Tuesday, the Ministry of Justice filed a lawsuit against Volkov, alleging that the author violated the non-disclosure agreement and did not provide the government with a draft copy of the book for review.
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The government claims that Wolkoff “promised to maintain strict confidentiality regarding” non-public, privileged and / or confidential information “” when she volunteered to serve as the first lady’s adviser in 2017. It is noted that the non-disclosure agreement was not to be terminated.
Without presenting the draft of their book for review, the lawyers of the Ministry of Justice claim that it has not received the necessary permission to publish the details included in the book, which, in their words, are called “corrosive”.
The book is filled with unfriendly accusations against the First Lady, including that she renovated the White House bathroom to avoid using the same premises as former First Lady Michelle Obama, that she complained about the need to decorate the White House for Christmas and how seems to have been contemptuous of this. children divorced at the U.S.-Mexico border after their parents illegally crossed.
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“Her memoirs,” Trump wrote, “included accusations of her ill health as a result of an accident she had a long time ago, and of the bad news she had inflicted on herself and others. behavior, and everything, trying to be relevant. Such people care only about their personal agenda, not about helping others. “
Trump said the news decided to cover “trivia” rather than her “positive work,” a reference to her “Be the Best for Kids” campaign.
“There are many opportunists who care only about themselves, and, unfortunately, seek self-aggrandizement, consciously using my kindness,” she wrote.
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She added that the country should not “get lost in the noise of negativity and encourage ambitions on the part of those who seek only to promote themselves.”
Fox News’s Brattani De Lea participated in the report.