It appears that Melania Trump is deep in her feelings after her husband was dissed not once but three times in a matter of months by late great American figures who passed away.
President Donald Trump was asked to stay away from Aretha Franklin‘s funeral.
The families of the “Maverick” John McCain and Barbara Bush also requested that he stayed away from their funerals.
POTUS was not welcomed at the grandiose goodbye event held in the honor of the diva.
Not only that, several people, who spoke at the funeral including Reverend Al Sharpton, slammed Trump for paying tribute in a very bizarre fashion.
Trump remembered the diva by saying “she worked for me.”
A source told Hollywood Life that Melania was mortified by the jabs and added: “Melania feels humiliated and embarrassed by the multiple Donald insults at the Aretha funeral. It makes Melania feel horrible that Donald is not welcome or invited to Aretha’s funeral as well as McCain’s funeral and then to hear about speakers making subtle jabs at her husband while speaking at Aretha’s funeral only makes things worse. Melania wishes more people liked her family and is constantly embarrassed by the public’s opinion of her husband and when people take shots at him and her family, it stings.”
The pal went on to say: “Melania is constantly pleading with Donald to choose his words more carefully and tone it down when speaking in public, to the press or even in private. From the first time Melania heard what Donald said to Billy Bush about grabbing women’s privates to the President’s daily wild tweets, Melania is constantly monitoring, watching and dreading every word her husband speaks or tweets.”
The friend concluded by: “She fears what he will say next and is tired of the stress of worrying about what he will say or tweet. Melania has begged him to slow down and be more careful with his words, but she is slowly giving up hope as Donald refuses to listen to her or anyone. He continues to do and say whatever he wants, and it is driving Melania mad.”
Melania has a lot to handle.