Happy Birthday, Melania! President Marks Her Big Day With a Twitter Birthday Card
Her 47th birthday comes as the White House is firing back at an article about her marriage to the president.
President Trump sent out a different kind of Twitter message Wednesday, wishing his wife a happy birthday.
“Happy birthday to our @flotus, Melania!,” he tweeted, along with an electronic birthday card.
The first lady turned 47 Wednesday and left Trump Tower in New York to attend a luncheon for the spouses of senators in Washington.
The White House is also firing back at an article in the May issue of Vanity Fair that claims Melania Trump is miserable in her marriage to the president.
The Vanity Fair article is titled "Inside The Trump Marriage: Melania's Burden" and the first lady's spokesperson is calling it both a "false story" and "offensive.”
Among the bombshell questions asked in the article is, "Does Melania actually plan to move to the White House?"
Since the Trumps have not yet announced which Washington D.C., school their son, Barron, will attend in the fall.
They also ask whether the president was rude to Melania during her pregnancy.
The article claims that he only agreed to have a baby with her if she agreed to get her body back in shape.
But Melania's spokesperson, Stephanie Grisham claims that is not the case.
In a statement to The Huffington Post, Grisham said President Trump was "very warm and supportive throughout her pregnancy."
Vanity Fair also pondered the question, "Does Melania have an icy relationship with first daughter Ivanka?"
Grisham also shot down those claims, saying, "Ivanka and Mrs. Trump have always shared a close relationship, and that continues today."
Grisham said in her statement to HuffPost that "Mrs. Trump is a loving wife and mother who has always put her family first and that will not change. She is an independent woman who believes in our country, and continues her plans to serve as first lady with integrity and dedication."
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