Unsurprisingly, the past few months have been no exception.
From the fake Melania conspiracy and rumoured 'disappearance' to calls for her anti-bullying charity to call out her husband's comments about Greta Thunberg, the past few weeks have been all about Melania.
But it isn't her words that panicked the public recently, but rather lack thereof, with rising concern for Melania's silence in the midst of Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry.
It was announced earlier this year that the President was being investigated for impeachment, with the New York Times reporting that Trump was being accused of 'betraying his oath of office and the nation’s security by seeking to enlist a foreign power to tarnish a rival for his own political gain’.
And while Melania has been out and about since the announcement of the impeachment, even visiting the U.S. Capitol Building this week to talk about the opioid crisis, the one subject that she reportedly won't go near is the impeachment inquiry.
In fact, it has been reported that Melania has been particularly quiet recently on all fronts.
We will continue to update this story.
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