Melania Trump Wants Retraction on Story, but Not the Part About Donald Allegedly Attacking Writer
Melania Trump says she did not have a friendly relationship with the writer.
Melania Trump is going on the attack, demanding a retraction on a portion of story written by a People magazine writer about an alleged encounter with Donald Trump.
Natasha Stoynoff claims she was physically attacked by Donald while interviewing him at his Mar-A-Lago estate.
Stoynoff reveals she was at the Florida home in 2005 to do a story about the first anniversary of his marriage to wife Melania.
She said that while a pregnant Melania went to change into a new outfit, Trump said he wanted to show her another room in the home.
“Within seconds, he was forcing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat,” she said.
When Melania returned, Donald acted as if nothing had happened, she claims.
Stoynoff claims that she stopped reporting on the Trumps after the encounter, and when she ran into Melania a few months later, she said the former model asked her, “Natasha, why don’t we see you anymore?” and gave her a hug.
And that's the part that does not sit well with Melania.
In a letter to People magazine, her lawyer said, "Mrs. Trump did not encounter Ms. Stoynoff on the street, nor have any conversation with her. The two are not friends and were never friends or even friendly."
The lawyer said that if they don’t comply, it "will require Mrs. Trump to consider her legal options."
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