"You're supporting a man who is utterly unfit to be President of the United States Kristol said.
Thus, Plaintiff did not, and could not have participated in a photo shoot in the United States or met her current husband in the United States prior to that time.".The book claims that a modeling agency Melania worked for in Milan before moving to New York was something like a gentlemans club."Ultimately, I could not abide the hateful rhetoric of Donald Trump and his complete lack of principles and conservative philosophy she told CNN.This is about the future of the country.Peter Zampolli, the operator of a modeling agency where.On a visa, and her stint working for a modeling agency.The, daily, mail has retracted a story suggesting that Donald.John Thune, one of Mitch McConnell's right hand men, has gone on record saying that Mike Pence should immediately replace Trump as the top of the Republican presidential ticket.He isn't a conservative.In a statement, Mrs, trump 's lawyer said that she is "very pleased" and "will remain vigilant to protect her good name and reputation from those who make false and defamatory statements about her".Well, that makes us crony capitalists."This is not my party he said, noting that Paul Ryan's endorsement of Trump was a factor in his decision to leave.22 and published an apology and retraction.Nevertheless, he's being sued in what could be a message to all others out there on the internet who might gossip about Donald Trump 's wife.Daily, mail newspaper regrets any such misinterpretation.He's not a uniter.Trump." "The conduct of Daily Mail was despicable, abhorrent, intentional, malicious and oppressive, and thus justifies an award of punitive damages states the complaint.
Trump 's modeling agency in New York, run by Paolo Zampolli, 'operated as an escort agency for wealthy clients.' The article, which was also published online by the Mailonline/m annunci donne divorziate website under the headline 'Naked photoshoots, and troubling questions about visas that won't go away: The.
Critics used the phrasing to question whether Mrs Trump had plans to make financial gains from her position as first lady.