Our new First Lady : Melania Knavs Trump

Here are some interesting facts from Wikipedia.

*Melanija Knavs was born in Novo Mesto in the southeast of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, part of Yugoslavia,[4][5] on April 26, 1970.[6] She is the daughter of Amalija (née Ulčnik) and Viktor Knavs, who managed car and motorcycle dealerships for a state-owned vehicle manufacturer.

*Although Melania’s family comes from a Roman Catholic background, her father, to the dismay of their relatives, wished for her to not receive the Christian sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion due to his commitment to Marxist-Leninist atheism.

*She speaks six languages: Serbo-Croatian, English, French, Italian, German, and her native Slovene.[23]

*She then relocated to New York City in 1996,[26] her contract and visa negotiated by Italian businessman Paolo Zampolli. (Note: Zampolli has the unusual career of owning a model agency and being a diplomat connected with the UN on enviromental missions).

(the foregoing all from the Wikipedia articles on Melania and Mr. Zampolli)


*Melania’s father Viktor Knavs is a member of the Communist Party in a country in which only about five percent of the population are members of that party.

Melania in childhood:Sevnica, Slovenia, 24 July, 2015 - A newspaper cutting with a picture taken during a child fashion show with Nena Bedek (centre) and (far right) Melania Knavs Trump, wife of US presidential candidate Donald Trump. Picture by Chris Warde-Jones(Picture by Chris Warde-Jones) Melania is on the right.

Article:  Metro.co UK

*Melania’s father’s old car was advertised on the web for sale at downtownmotorcarsales.com Here is this communist’s car:  1962 Mercedes-Benz 200-Series 220 SE coupe / Manual transmission

*She sure is a beautiful wimmens

5 comments for “Our new First Lady : Melania Knavs Trump

  1. Lisa Smith
    January 13, 2017 at 10:48 am

    Finally a real classy first Lady.

  2. Amy Sturgis
    February 9, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    “Ivanka Trump” clothing line is not made in USA. They are imported. Thats all.

  3. Amy Sturgis
    February 9, 2017 at 6:48 pm

    I am not opposed at all to importing and exporting products.

  4. Amy Sturgis
    February 9, 2017 at 6:55 pm

    If there is going to be an increase in tariff and duties on products brought into USA, I would have to believe it will be “across the board” and include textiles such as a clothing line, and any other commodity Trump has a hand in. Lets not be picky President Trump. We all learned how to play fair in preschool/gradeschool.

  5. Amy Sturgis
    February 9, 2017 at 7:08 pm

    It is unfortunate that the clothing line is being dropped by not one, but many distributors. Should the Trump clothing line need to file bankruptcy, I know someone who can give them advice. Daddy Dearest.

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