Melania Goes Against Trump By Supporting The Students Fighting For Stricter Gun Laws!

Melania Goes Against Trump By Supporting The Students Fighting For Stricter Gun Laws!
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According to new reports, it looks like the First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump is actually supporting the Parkland shooting survivors who are protesting for stricter gun laws! While the Donald is proposing ridiculous ‘solutions’ such as arming the teachers in schools, Melania is slamming him like never before.

At this point, not even her infamous hand swats at her husband can compare to this new level of savagery!

As you may be aware, the students have been protesting for stricter gun laws and the First Lady announced today that she is supportive of their cause.

Before attending the National Governors Association today, Melania stated: ‘Before I begin, I want to take a moment to reflect on the horrific shooting in Florida. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all who were affected by the senseless act. As a parent, I can’t imagine the kind of grief and tragedy like that brings. And I hope and know we find ourselves wondering what we can do to help.’

‘I’ve been heartened to see kids across the country using their voices to speak out and try to bring change. They are our future, and they deserve a voice.’ Enough said!

That is such a massive step forward considering that Ivanka chose to remain neutral on this issue.

The First Daughter and Trump’s adviser did admit that her father’s plan was not the best but instead of slamming it, she claimed that it’s not the worst idea either and that it needs further discussing.

After the Donald sat down with a few survivors of the shooting at the White House and listened to their desperate pleas, said teachers should carry guns instead of proposing stricter gun control legislation.

For someone who made sure to write down words meant to remind him to simulate empathy (‘I hear you’) he certainly didn’t listen.

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