Trump’s Wife Reveals Her Long And Winding Path To Achieving The American Dream!

People look at Donald Trump’s wife and they must automatically think that she isn’t an intelligent person and that the glided on a cloud of air to get to where she is today. However, as anyone with a brain knows for anyone to get anywhere in life they have to work hard!

Melania Trump is widely recognized as Donald Trump’s “Trophy Wife.” But there’s a side of Mrs. Trump most people have yet to see — until now.

Despite being married to the most controversial presidential candidate in American history, Melania Trump remains an enigma.

The mystery that comes with her reserved personality makes Melania an easy target for liberals as articles labeling her as a “mannequin” and condemning her silence are published daily.

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Although the famous former model seems to have it all, Melania’s testimony tells the story of someone who’s struggled against all odds — and overcame.

When I learned the TRUTH about Melania Trump, I realized she was the living definition of a Proverbs 31 woman — the kind of First Lady that America has been deprived of for far too long.

Melania Trump has graced the covers of the most prestigious fashion industry magazines. But like many Americans today, Melania’s success was the result of a courageous work ethic and humble beginnings.

Melanija Knavs was born on April 26, 1970 in the small Slovenian railroad town of Sevnica — long before she changed the spelling of her name to pursue a modeling career.

Despite the struggles many Slovenians faced during the country’s Communist times, the Knavses worked extremely hard to give their children a positive upbringing.

Melania’s mother, Amalija Ulčnik, worked developing patterns at a factory that manufactured children’s clothing. She had met Viktor Knavs in 1966 who worked as a chauffeur for a nearby town’s mayor.

They instilled Melania and her sister with conservative values such as putting family first and having exceptional work ethic.

 

“I love my childhood. It was a beautiful childhood,” Melania said. Her son, Barron (10), speaks Slovenian fluently and uses it to speak with his grandparents, who now live near the Trumps in New York at Trump Tower.

Melania’s father left his job as a chauffeur to become a salesman at a state-owned car company in Ljubljana, Slovenia and found his family an apartment there — all to provide his children with exceptional education opportunities with their new prestigious address.

Amalija’s career as a seamstress had a profound impact on Melania. Once Melania learned to draw, she would sketch her own designs, and her mother or sister, Ines, would sew them. Melania also made her own jewelry.

Amalija spent evenings after work sewing clothing for herself and her two daughters. Instead of wearing clothes from the store, the Knavses designed and sewed every thing they wore. Melania’s childhood friends remember her always being dressed elegantly and carrying herself with confidence — there was always something striking about her.

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