Read What Donald Trump Thinks of Melania`s Speech Controversy
Donald Trump at last opened up about the contention encompassing spouse Melania Trump’s Republican National Convention discourse, which she conveyed in Cleveland on Monday, July 18.
Trump Organization staff essayist Meredith McIver, who composed the discourse with Melania, 46, assumed liability for the screw up on Wednesday.
“She just made a mistake, and I think it was terrific how she came forward and just said, ‘Look, it was a mistake that I made,'” the GOP presidential nominee, 70, told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos of McIver later in the day. “And she thought that it was very unfair to Melania, although, interestingly the press treated Melania very well because they didn’t think that it was her.”
McIver discharged an announcement about the episode of her own volition. “In working with Melania Trump on her recent First Lady speech, we discussed many people who inspired her and messages she wanted to share with the American people. A person she has always liked is Michelle Obama. Over the phone, she read me some passages from Mrs. Obama’s speech as examples. I wrote them down and later included some of the phrasing in the draft that ultimately became the final speech,” she wrote in a letter, via NBC. “I did not check Mrs. Obama’s speeches.”
At the stature of the disaster, McIver offered the Trump family her abdication. Be that as it may, the previous Celebrity Apprentice host did not acknowledge it.
“Today more than ever, I am honored to work for such a great family,” McIver said in her announcement. “I personally admire the way Mr. Trump has handled this situation and I am grateful for his understanding.”