Do we know who the potential first lady Melania Trump is?
That’s what a lot of Americans are wondering after Melania’s website mysteriously disappeared Wednesday when news sites questioned her college degree.
It wouldn’t be the first blunder for Donald Trump‘s wife.
Just a week ago, she became the subject of political fodder after it was discovered her speech at the Republican National Convention lifted words, verbatim, from Michelle Obama‘s speech at the DNC eight years ago.
Melania’s word is not her bond, apparently.
Now people are in an uproar over a new bubbling scandal — Melania may have not graduated from college like she said she did.
Media outlets started questioning Melania’s degree, after discrepancies were discovered between her biography and website. Online, it says Melania graduated with a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in her birthplace of Slovenia.
But in a biography published earlier this year, it says the 46-year-old left university after a year to pursue a modeling career, according to the Huffington Post.
Digital traces of Melania’s pre-political life disappeared around the same time her husband basically encouraged espionage by urging Russia to find Hillary Clinton’s emails, the New York Times reports.
Democrats were outraged after presumed Russian hackers released emails that allegedly showed the Democratic National Convention rigged the nomination process in favor of Hillary.
Now, Donald is asking Russia to hack into our internet systems again to find the emails that are reportedly missing from Hillary’s term as Secretary of State.
“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press,” he said in a news conference.
Encouraging espionage. Plagiarized speeches. Possible fake degrees.
The Trump campaign is on a roll.