Tuesday 11 April 2023

Jill Biden’s Former Press Secretary, Michael LaRosa, Slams Melania Trump for Not Being with President Trump Tuesday Night


Jill Biden’s nasty former press secretary, Michael LaRosa, attacked Melania Trump on Twitter after President Trump was wrongfully attacked in another bogus effort to destroy America’s greatest modern-day President. 

President Trump’s beautiful wife, Melania Trump, and their son, Barron Trump, were noticeably absent from President Trump’s speech at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday night.  Also absent were Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.

Jill Biden’s former press secretary, Michael LaRosa, took a poke at Melania for not standing by President Trump’s side the evening after he was indicted on frivolous and bogus charges by the New York gang of Soros-backed communists trying to get President Trump with anything they can.

Michael LaRosa, who looks like someone who would hang out with the Bidens, shared a nasty tweet on Wednesday, the day after the bogus arraignment of President Trump.

These people are corrupt. They spend millions of taxpayer dollars trying to find anything they can GET TRUMP on. They then manufacture a BS indictment based on accounting entries that would never be adjusted, let alone brought to court (I know, I once oversaw the financial reporting on a billion-dollar block of business.) Then, the President has to take his time and his own money to fly to New York and face these communists in court.

Melania did tweet a “Happy Easter” yesterday and also joined President Trump for brunch at Mar-a-Lago. 

Then, after all that she has had to endure, Melania Trump is criticized by a Biden lackey for not being beside President Trump the night of the arraignment.

These people are sick.  They are not politicians.  They are corrupt actors whose only purpose is power and the destruction of the goodness of America. 

They have to destroy the goodness of America because it’s the only way they can gain power.   Good Americans aren’t buying their BS. 

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