Courtesy of Raw Story:

Pundits have been using the word “empathy” a lot in connection with the speech that First Lady Melania Trump delivered on the second night of this year’s Republican National Convention — stressing that she tried to show “empathy” in an effort to soften President Donald Trump’s image. But according to a new book by former Melania Trump adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, empathy is one of the things that she lacks.

Wolkoff’s book, “Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship With the First Lady,” is due out this Tuesday, September 1, and Vanity Fair’s Emily Jane Fox describes it as “an illuminating story of the dissolution of a female friendship, with drama both high and low, slights overt and subtle, and visceral pain.” Fox notes that she previously reported on tensions between Wolkoff and the first lady in a Vanity Fair article published in February 2019.

The book also describes Melania Trump as feeling very competitive with the president’s daughter, White House Senior Adviser Ivanka Trump.

Fox notes, “Wolkoff writes that Ivanka and her staff wrote to her and Melania about co-hosting several events that were traditionally hosted by just the first lady. ‘Are you kidding me?,’ Melania asked Wolkoff about Ivanka’s request to collaborate for International Women’s Day. ‘Seriously? I’m not co-hosting.’ For the annual luncheon held for the governors’ spouses that Ivanka wanted in on, Melania said, ‘We need to let her know that I know this is a first lady event done every year…OMG. They just want to take credit for it.”

I have no idea how anybody could be surprised by any of this, after all, she married the man and was right there with him in demanding to see Barack Obama’s birth certificate. 

All of these people are as nasty and ugly as can be and we will be well rid of them after the election, and I personally never want to hear from any of them again unless it is to hear them bitch about the conditions in their prison cell.