Melania Trump Is Being Investigated For Selling Tickets To An Event For A Charity Which Doesn’t Appear To Exist – People Respond To This Fake News Media Attack

Former First Lady Melania Trump has become a subject of a state government inquiry in Florida for selling high-dollar tickets to an event scheduled for April while promising to give a portion of the proceeds to charity — although, at least as of recently, a charity under organizational names identified in relation to the event apparently had not been registered in the state of Florida, as required by law. Ticket packages for the event, which has been billed as a “tulips and topiaries high tea,” run as high as $50,000, and it’s been claimed, The New York Times explains, ‘that some of the profits will benefit an initiative of [Melania’s] “Be Best” endeavor called “Fostering the Future,” meant to provide computer-science scholarships to young people who have been in foster care’ — but again, a registered charity under either of those names apparently hasn’t been found in Florida.

The fake news media accused our former First Lady of stealing money without even showing real proof of this and many Americans decided to show what they think of the latest fake news media attack on President Trump and his family:

It seems that only the mainstream media believes their own story!

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2 years ago

What, they think she’s trying to profit by this? A billionaire’s wife?

2 years ago

I don’t think she needs to pocket any money, I believe she has enough to get by.