Read about it HERE: Melania Trump’s First “First Wife” Interview
People Magazine scores the first interview with Melania Trump since her husband became the leading Republican candidate for President of the United States. “I’m my own person. I’m not a yes person. So I tell it as it is,” she says, seated at a dining table overlooking Central Park. That’s a quality her famously brusque and unapologetic husband admires. “I tell my opinions and I was always like that,” she says. “So I think he likes that.”
She met Donald Trump in 1998, and they were married in 2005. By then, People says, she’d already established a good relationship with his kids.
“I’m their friend,” says Melania. “I’m not their mom. I met them when they were teenagers. I went to their high school graduations and college graduations, so we know each other for a long time.”
Her son speaks Slovakian in the home, but she agrees with her husband’s stance on speaking English in America. “My opinion is that more languages you speak, better it is, but but when you come to America, you speak English,” she says.
A naturalized citizen of the U.S., she is also vocal in her support of Trump’simmigration beliefs. (He has said publicly he would like to deport all illegal immigrants living in the country, get Mexico to pay for a wall along the border, and then allow people to reenter through official channels.)
“I went through a whole long process [to become a citizen],” she says. “It didn’t even cross my mind to just stay here. I think people should follow the law.”
You can read (and watch) the entire interview at People’s site: Melania Trump’s First Interview : People.com