Melania Trump Comments on Chris Matthews Womanizing Her

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Earlier in May during a news report, MSNBC host Chris Matthews was caught on-mic while off-air womanizing over Melania Trump in a runway clip saying: “Did you see her walk? Runway walk. My God, is that good. I could watch that runway show.” And yet the liberal media has no problem hypocritically bashing Trump about his relationship with women. Recently in an interview with DuJour magazine on Tuesday, Melania commented on Matthews’ impolite remarks.

“Unbelievable,” Melania said. “That’s what I’m saying! I’m not only a beauty, I’m smart. I have brains. I’m intelligent. I would just say, men will be men,” said the wife of presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump. In the media as of late, Melania has been criticized by liberals due to their attacks on Trump’s past with women, and have even lambasted her over a political cartoon comparing her to First Lady Michelle Obama.

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In the interview with DuJour, Melania asserts she can take the heat from the media, but has issue when they start probing her past to attack relatives. “I have thick skin. It doesn’t bother me if they write about me because I know who I am. But what right does the reporter have to go and dig in court in Slovenia in 1960 about my parents? They’re private citizens. If they go after me, it’s different. But to do that, it’s a little bit nasty, it’s a little bit mean,” said Melania.

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