On Wednesday, MSNBC’s Kate Snow had The Washington Post’s Paul Schwartzman on to discuss First Lady Melania Trump, and the interview quickly turned into a factless attack on the First Family.
Schwartzman recently published an article titled, “In New York, searching for the reclusive and elusive Melania Trump.”
Snow asked Schwartzman if Melania Trump is uncomfortable in the role of First Lady.
“Well, she sure looks uncomfortable,” Schwartzman told Snow. “She was a model who lived with this rich guy, and now she is the First Lady of the United States and that’s a whole different ball game. And yes, she looks really uncomfortable.”
Schwartzman did concede that this assumption that Melania Trump is uncomfortable was solely based on her body language.
Snow brought up to Schwartzman how one of Melania Trump’s friends whom Schwartzman interviewed claimed that Melania was happy.
“Yeah. I mean, you sort of expect they’re going say that. I was a little surprised that she actually vouched for the quality of the marriage,” Schwartzman told Snow.
“You know, given Mr. Trump’s history, you know, there’s certainly a lot of questions about him and his relationships with women,” the reporter added, now openly gossiping.
“There you have it. She said they’re happy, and she’s happy and everything is great. So I guess we’ll take her word for it for the time being,” Schwartzman said skeptically.
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