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Some people can be so absolutely hateful to each other. I remember when I was in the hospital a few years ago for something relatively serious, I had people that I hadn’t spoken to in forever coming out of the woodwork to wish me well.

They didn’t find out I was terribly sick and use that as a chance to try to take a poke at me. That’s not what decent people do.

It’s a beautiful example of how ugly the left can be.

First lady Melania Trump, who tested positive for COVID-19 last week along with her husband the president, broke her silence Monday morning with a Twitter post to reassure the American public that she’s been fine at home at the White House and offering her “continued prayers” for victims of the coronavirus and their families.

“My family is grateful for all of the prayers & support!” she wrote. “I am feeling good & will continue to rest at home. Thank you to medical staff & caretakers everywhere, & my continued prayers for those who are ill or have a family member impacted by the virus.”

It’s a powerful message, expressed in simple language, by a woman whose condition has been largely shrouded in silence since the headline-making news broke that the first couple had been infected by a potentially deadly disease.

Naturally, she was showered with spite.


Much of the malicious snark centered on the revelations of a gold-digging former friend, who last week leaked secretly recorded conversations she had with the first lady in which Melania (believing she was talking to a woman she could trust) vented her frustration with parts of life in the White House and her treatment by the mainstream media.

“I’m working … my a– off on the Christmas stuff, that you know, who gives a f— about the Christmas stuff and decorations? But I need to do it, right?” Trump told a faithless woman named Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, in recordings played by CNN’s Anderson Cooper for the amusement of liberals nationwide.

“OK, and then I do it and I say that I’m working on Christmas and planning for the Christmas and they said, ‘Oh, what about the children that they were separated?’ Give me a f—— break. Where they were saying anything when Obama did that?”

First of all, the use of the f-word aside (in what was believed to be a private conversation), it’s a safe bet that virtually every parent – if not every adult in the Western world – has at some time expressed frustration about the “hustle and bustle” of Christmas.

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