Melania Trump Speech Accused of Plagiarism

Melania Trump Speech Accused of Plagiarism

In an effort to soften the “rough edges” of her husband, Melania Trump — the wife of GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump — as spoken to the public for the first time during the first night of the Republican National Convention.

Observers accused her speech to have been plagiarised with many noting the similarities of her remarks with an earlier speech from Michelle Obama, the First Lady of the United States.

Mrs Trump highlighted that her husband’s “unlikely” campaign has him “tough where he needs to be but he’s also kind and fair and caring.”

Melania Trump was a model born in Slovenia. Compared to other candidate couples, she had kept a low profile and instead Trump’s children had presented themselves to the public.

Mrs Trump’s mostly personal speech contrasted with the night’s other speakers who spoke about “making America safe again”.

“If you want someone to fight for you and your country, I can assure you, he is the guy,” Mrs Trump said touching on the theme.

Despite the festive mood of the Republican National Convnetion, many Republican party leaders including Ohio Governor John Kasich had declined to join the convention. Ohio is the host of this year’s RNC. Mr Kasich has refused to go as he has been turned off by Trump’s controversial remarks on immigration and foreign policy.

Before the festivities, anti-Trump delegates had failed to push against Donald Trump to be nominated for the United States. According to many, some Republican Party officials had sabotaged the efforts of the delegates on purpose.

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