Soros-backed Including former first lady Melania Trump in his investigation into the hush money case involving adult film star Stormy Daniels is Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
The White House and the Trump organization’s correspondence, including emails between Melania Trump and Rhona Graff, a longtime executive, will reportedly be sought by Bragg’s office, OK! Magazine said online.
Only the former president has taken part in a number of judicial proceedings up to this time, while his wife has kept a low profile. Now, there are worries that, should Bragg’s office receive them, her private emails could be leaked, compromising her right to privacy.
According to The Western Journal, “Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, a former advisor to Melania Trump, revealed on social media that the former first lady used various communication methods, including multiple email addresses, texts, and the Signal app, while working in the White House.”
“Winston Wolkoff is best known for recording phone calls between her and Mrs. Trump when she was first lady. Winston Wolkoff later used those secretly recorded conversations as the basis for a book. This disclosure raises the possibility that investigators may scrutinize these digital exchanges.”
Donald Trump is accused of paying money to Stormy Daniels prior to the 2016 presidential election as well as federal accusations relating to his management of sensitive information, totaling 71 criminal counts.
“Melania Trump used several email addresses, texts, and Signal to communicate with me and others while working in the White House,” Wolkoff wrote in a post on Twitter. “Prosecutors want to see them.”
Melania Trump hasn’t been seen in public very often, but she recently expressed her support for his third attempt for the White House after serving one term.
“He has my support, and we look forward to restoring hope for the future and leading America with love and strength,” the 53-year-old said in an interview published in May. “My husband achieved tremendous success in his first administration, and he can lead us toward greatness and prosperity once again.”
Insiders informed OK! that despite Donald’s ongoing legal challenges, Melania is ready for them and intends to stick with him.
“She is used to this,” the insider explained. “They are used to dealing with this stuff.”
She expressed excitement about working with former President Trump to “restore hope for the future and lead America with love and strength” during a second term in an interview with Fox News Digital.
If Mrs. Trump is given the chance to be first lady again in 2024, she has vowed to prioritize programs that promote the growth and well-being of kids. According to the publication, she underlined the value of giving kids the tools and opportunities they need to realize their full potential.
“My husband achieved tremendous success in his first administration, and he can lead us toward greatness and prosperity once again,” she told the outlet.
Prior to the GOP primary, which will commence with debates in August, Donald Trump holds a commanding lead over the other declared and possible candidates.
“The former first lady’s comments came after she hosted a private luncheon at Mar-a-Lago on May 6, marking the fifth anniversary of the creation of her ‘Be Best’ initiative during her time in the White House, which focused on the well-being of America’s children, opioid abuse, and online safety,” Fox News Digital reported.
Mrs. Trump expanded the “Be Best” campaign after leaving Washington, D.C. by establishing “Fostering the Future,” which focuses on giving computer science scholarships to kids exiting the foster care system. The objective is to give students the academic foundation they need to land technology-based professions, enabling them to become independent and useful members of society.
My dedication to the foster community has gotten greater since I left Washington, D.C.,” she remarked. Then, Mrs. Trump emphasized how hard she had worked to get scholarships for foster kids with the help of her group, her partners, and the general public.