Melania Trump blasts critics over child migrants and says ‘who gives a f**k’ about Xmas decor in leaked recordings

FIRST Lady Melania Trump blasted critics over child migrants and said “who gives a f**k” about Christmas decorations in audio recordings that were released on Thursday.

Melania was secretly recorded by her former friend, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who worked as an unpaid aide in the East Wing of the White House until being let go in February 2018.

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Secretly taped audio recordings of First Lady Melania Trump were leaked on Thursday

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Secretly taped audio recordings of First Lady Melania Trump were leaked on ThursdayCredit: AFP or licensors
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania's former BFF, recorded and leaked the tapes

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Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania’s former BFF, recorded and leaked the tapesCredit: ABCNews

The 50-year-old was heard complaining to Wolkoff about reporters who questioned her about President Donald Trump’s policy of separating kids from families who crossed the US border with Mexico illegally.

“They say I’m complicit. I’m the same like him, I support him. I don’t say enough I don’t do enough where I am,” she told Wolkoff in the recording that was obtained by CNN.

“I’m working … my a** off on the Christmas stuff, that you know, who gives a f**k about the Christmas stuff and decorations? But I need to do it, right?”

In the audio, Melania continued: “OK, and then I do it and I say that I’m working on Christmas and planning for the Christmas and they said, ‘Oh, what about the children that they were separated?’

Melania is heard in the audio blastic critics about child migrants

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Melania is heard in the audio blastic critics about child migrantsCredit: Reuters

“Give me a f**king break. Where they were saying anything when Obama did that? I can not go, I was trying get the kid reunited with the mom.

“I didn’t have a chance – needs to go through the process and through the law,” the first lady said.

People are seen here inside a US Border Patrol Processing Center, in McAllen, Texas, in 2018

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People are seen here inside a US Border Patrol Processing Center, in McAllen, Texas, in 2018Credit: EPA

As noted by CNN, Melania was referring to former President Barack Obama’s policy of kids being separated from parents “only when authorities had concerns for their well-being or could not confirm that the adult was in fact their legal guardian.”

It wasn’t used as a blanket policy as it was in the Trump administration. 

In another tape recorded by Wolkoff, Melania said migrant kids are brought to the US “by coyotes.”

She said that the reactions from children shows the quality of US detention centers explains “the way they take care of them,” referring to their parents.

Wolkoff and Melania and President Donald Trump are pictured here in 2008

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Wolkoff and Melania and President Donald Trump are pictured here in 2008Credit: Getty Images – Getty

“The kids, they say, ‘Wow I will have my own bed? I will sleep on the bed? I will have a cabinet for my clothes?’ It’s so sad to hear it but they didn’t have that in their own countries, they sleep on the floor.

“They are taken care of nicely there. But you know, yeah, they are not with parents, it’s sad,” Melania said.

“But when they come here

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2022 Honda Civic Interior Possibly Leaked In Trademark Filing



a close up of a car: 2022 Honda Civic Interior


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2022 Honda Civic Interior

The Civic won’t get an official debut until next spring.

We won’t officially see the next-generation Honda Civic until sometime next year, but a series of trademark filings discovered this week might have spoiled the surprise. So far, we’ve seen the outside of both the 2022 Honda Civic sedan and hatchback, and now we could be looking at its interior. Well, a piece of it. Trademark filings with the Australian government show a partially deconstructed dashboard in drab grayscale that looks little like the current car’s interior.

The new dashboard reworks the instrument panel layout, putting the infotainment system atop the dash with what appears to be an opening for a speaker behind it. Below the infotainment screen lies the HVAC vents, which sit above a space that’s likely for the car’s climate controls and, possibly, some infotainment functions. At the bottom of the IP stack is a massive opening that’ll likely house a sizable storage area ahead of the gear selector location, much like in the current car, which also houses USB charging ports.

The interior looks much more subdued than the outgoing one, though that could a result of the drab, two-dimensional images. The dashboard has more straight lines than the current one, too. The vents are narrower, and they now all sit in a neat row. Moving the infotainment screen to the top of the dash gives the interior a much cleaner appearance. Even the instrument cluster shade looks refined.

What We’ve Seen So Far:

The next-generation Honda Civic will debut next spring and go on sale for the 2022 model year. However, unlike past Civic generations, there won’t be a coupe. We’ll only receive sedan and hatchback flavors this time around with the hotter Si and Type R variants debuting at a later date. The interior images show the next-gen Honda is starting to tame the wilder design decisions of the current model.

Source: IP Australia

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