You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeMelania Trump spends her days enjoying spa treatments and is and chilly with her husband because they left the White house under a cloud, friends claim.The former First Lady, 50, is claimed to be furious with Donald in the wake of the US Capitol riots which the 74 year old is now being tried for inciting.She is also said to be angry that her husband appeared at the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally where thousands of his supporters ended up storming the congressional building resulting in the death of five people.Melania controversially kept silent after the riots on January 6 which a former aide claims was because she felt had nothing to gain by commenting.Donald Trump in toe curling meltdown over Putin missed call humiliationThey told CNN: “She could see how it was going to go for her. Once (the insurrection) happened, she knew there was nothing to gain for her by speaking out or doing something so she didn’t do anything.”Melania has been having her spa treatments, that include massages and facials, at the Trump’s Mar a Lago country club in West Palm Beach, Florida.She is said to be eating light, fish focused meals on its terrace and spends time with her parents Viktor and Amalija Knavs who stay in a private suite in the country club for much of the year.She also see her husband for dinner.A source said: “She goes to the spa, has lunch, goes to the spa (again) and has dinner with Donald on the patio. Rinse and repeat.
By 1965, it became apparent that events which triggered the detectors but were clearly not signatures of nuclear detonations, so they were carefully, and secretly, filed away for future study. In 1972, astronomers were able to deduce the directions to the events with sufficient accuracy to rule out the Sun and Earth as sources. They came to the conclusion that these gamma ray events were cosmic origin In 1973, this discovery was announced in the Astrophysical Journal..
The court played her 911 call for the jury. She told the operator that she was hearing a girl screaming outside her apartment. She said during the call that she did not know what was going on but she knew it was bad. Sean Reyes, the Utah attorney general, gave her a quick name check, but it was Stacia Brightmon, a reskilled worker who gave listeners a triple dose of Ivanka. In her taped address from the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, Brightmon explained how she learned new job skills and changed the trajectory of her life.