Melania 'not happy' about Donald Trump’s plans for 2024 run, might not hit the campaign trail

Melania Trump disapproved of the media reports about her, particularly those claiming Donald blamed her for pushing Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania

Melania 'not happy' about Donald Trump’s plans for 2024 run, might not hit the campaign trail
Melania Trump could be problem for Donald Trump’s new presidential campaign (Alexi J Rosenfeld/Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC: Donald Trump is all set to announce his new presidential campaign but his wife Melania Trump is "not happy" about it, a biographer claimed on Friday, November 11.

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The former first lady disapproved of the media reports about her, particularly those claiming her husband blamed her for pushing Mehmet Oz as Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, sources told CNN correspondent Kate Bennett, author of the 2019 book 'Free, Melania: The Unauthorized Biography'.

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“Showing up in a news story is not something the ultra-private Melania Trump enjoys, and Trump was soon apologizing on Truth Social to her for what he called ‘made up stories about her involvement,” Bennett wrote for the outlet this week. “She doesn’t like being in the news. She certainly doesn’t like her name being attached to the rants and ravings of her husband,” Kate Bennett later told Anderson Cooper.

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“Things are a little chilly” in that area just now, she added. “I don't think she has any intention of being on the campaign trail.”

Besides, Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner, who enthusiastically supported him during his last presidential run, now reportedly have "zero interest" in his new campaign.

Earlier this week, Maggie Haberman tweeted that Trump “is indeed furious this morning, particularly about Mehmet Oz,” who lost to John Fetterman in Pennsylvania. The journalist added that the 45th president “is blaming everyone who advised him to back Oz”, especially his wife. It was also reported that the losses of Trump-endorsed candidates has affected his presidential campaign.

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Meanwhile, Trump’s long-time advisor Jason Miller said that the former POTUS is going to announce his 2024 run next week. Miller added he has summoned the press to his Florida mansion for a "very big announcement" at 9.00 pm Tuesday, according to Live Mint.

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"President Trump is going to announce on Tuesday that he's running for president," said Miller, who predicts the speech will be "very professional, very buttoned up." Known for his unpredictability, Trump could still change his mind at the last minute, but for months he has barely hidden his desire to vie for the presidency again.

Some of his advisors have reportedly suggested delaying campaign, although it would be highly awkward for Trump as he already dubbed the speech as "perhaps the most important speech given in the history of the USA."

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