Melania Trump will be shown as a 21st-century Jackie Kennedy at the upcoming Republican convention, according to the New York Post. The wife of presidential hopeful Donald Trump will be promoted as a beautiful and smart first lady at the Trump-run convention.
The Republican convention will be held in Cleveland from July 18 through July 21, and sources say many celebrities plan to make an appearance and support the Republican candidate Donald Trump.
Melania Trump will be "recast" as the next Jackie Kennedy, the source revealed, adding that the 46-year-old mother of Trump's son, Barron, speaks four languages.
"There will be very compelling testimonials from his children and his wife."
To paint Melania Trump in the best light, Donald enlisted producer Mark Burnett, who produced Trump's The Apprentice, to put together a fascinating TV broadcast for the American audience, who will cast their votes on Election Day this November.
In fact, the source revealed that Trump hopes to have the "highest ratings of any convention in modern television history" for the July's convention featuring Melania Trump.
"This is the first Republican candidate who knows how to read a ratings book. Imagine a different type of convention that grows out of that."
As with every element of the presidential race, America is divided in its opinion on Melania Trump.
I love this smart young woman, she will make all proud of her. Our next 1st Lady Mrs Melania Trump pic.twitter.com/QkWHgdCMMR
— GARY (((WIZARD))) (@GaryHar26265952) July 4, 2016
Republicans wagged their judgmental finger at Michelle Obama's bare arms, but have evolved to accept Melania Trump! pic.twitter.com/4apqxIeDAB
— Kim Richards (@kimrichardsaa) July 3, 2016
The source said that there will be many celebrities on stage with Donald and Melania Trump, including actors Kirstie Alley and Jon Voight as well as rocker Ted Nugent. The source also noted that if Muhammad Ali were still alive, Donald Trump would "have him up there" on the stage.
Melania Trump may be the wife of a presidential hopeful, but she keeps her priorities down-to-earth, according to Romper. Judging from her recent interview about her son, Melania, just like every good mother, is doing her best to raise her son properly.
— Romper (@romper) July 5, 2016
Moreover, it sure seems like Melania Trump is raising a young version of Donald Trump. Trump has five kids, and only one of them is from his marriage with Melania. Meanwhile, 38-year-old Donald Jr., 34-year-old Ivanka, and 32-year-old Eric are all from Trump's first wife, Ivana.
Tiffany, 22-years-old, is Donald's daughter from his second wife, Marla Maples, and Barron, who is now 10-years-old, is his only child from Melania Trump, whom he married in 2005.
In her recent interview with ABC News, Melania Trump revealed that she sometimes calls Barron "little Donald" due to his choice of clothes.
"He's not a sweatpants child. He doesn't mind putting on [a suit] -- but not every day -- and he likes to dress up in a tie sometimes like Daddy."
And even though Barron looks like both Donald and Melania Trump, he has his dad's personality, as revealed by the presidential hopeful's wife.
"He is a very strong-minded, very special, smart boy. He is independent and opinionated and knows exactly what he wants."
Donald Trump and Melania Trump's son Barron William https://t.co/pxsdtFtu1C pic.twitter.com/NnH84dvBG6
— Tong Cooker (@foodowncom) October 30, 2015
Melania Trump also revealed that from his early age, Barron wanted to be just like his father, a businessperson and a golfer. The 10-year-old boy also manifests other similarities to his dad. For example, Barron loves to play alone and dedicates hours to get something particular done.
In fact, Melania Trump thinks Barron's creativity goes beyond wonderful, saying that he loves to build something only to tear it down and build something new. So is that Donald Trump's plan for the country: build it, tear it down, and then build something else?
"We travel often and he remembers everything he sees. Sometimes later the same day or the next he would build something like he saw or imagine something himself."
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