On the second night of it’s convention, the DNC violated federal immigration law by aiding and abetting two illegal aliens on national TV (see video below).  Meanwhile, not one major newspaper reported the violation.  And the only TV show to report the violation was Dennis Michael Lynch: UNFILTERED.

But now, for some reason, the media is having a field day with a Politico report claiming that Melania Trump may have violated immigration laws.

Melania is adamant in her own defense that she has always complied with federal immigration laws. She tweeted this message out today:

The tweet comes on the heels of an article published by Politico claiming that recent nude photographs published of Melania in The New York Post expose inconsistencies in her immigration status.

Politico claims that Melania, who was born in Slovenia, has said she first came to America on a short-term visa that would not have authorized her to work as a model. Politico further claims that Melania “has also said she came to New York in 1996, but the nude photo shoot places her in the United States in 1995, as does a biography published in February by Slovenian journalists.”

Politico layers on to its claims by stating: “Trump’s tale of returning to Europe for periodic visa renewals is inconsistent with her holding an H-1B visa at all times she was living in New York — even if it was the lesser-known H-1B visa specifically designed for models — said multiple immigration attorneys and expert.”

Donald Trump has not yet responded to the Politico story.

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