Melania Trump: “I was Born Black”

Time constraints did not allow Mrs. Melania Trump to deliver the full speech she had prepared all by herself for the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, where her husband, the reality TV star Donald John Trump, is expected to be nominated as the Republican candidate for the U.S. Presidency.

Fortunately, sources familiar with the original draft were able to provide us with highlights of what Mrs. Trump had intended to share about her experiences, which shaped her perceptions of the world and made her the unique, original and intelligent person she now is.

“I was raised Black in the suburbs on the South Side of Chicago,” Mrs. Trump shared in a stunning revelation about her early childhood. “My parents taught me how to work hard, that my word is my bond, and how to treat people with dignity and respect.”

“I was fortunate to go to Princeton University,” Mrs. Trump’s speech continued despite the fact that she does not hold a college degree, “and later, to the Law School at Harvard University.”

In one of her discarded draft highlights, Mrs. Trump recounted her chance encounter with her now husband and presidential candidate Donald John Trump.

“When I met Barack Donald back in 1990 1998,” Mrs. Trump’s original draft read, clearly showing a few small factual corrections made by Mrs. Trump to better align with the facts, “he was a young starry eyed idealist, who was devastatingly charming and intelligent.“

The couple married in 1992 2005, and had been married ever since, to her and everyone else’s great surprise.

It is, indeed, regrettable that the Republican National Convention attendees could not hear Mrs. Trump’s speech in its entirety, since the thoughtfully written original piece would have further solidified the already shockingly solid impression that Republican delegates have of the Trump family.

Mrs. Trump has, however, promised, that if her husband is promoted to President, she would take time on national TV to tell the American people the entire story.

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Source: (CNN) Melania Trump “Borrows” Heavily from Michelle Obama’s 2008 Speech for Republican Convention

Source: (CNN) Trump Campaign Denies Similarities Between Speeches

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News Sense News is a satirical blog of fake news that aims to criticize and ridicule human ignorance and narrow-mindedness. As it is the case for this post, it is frequently based on real news, and not that far from it.

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