How Melania Trump Plagiarized Michelle Obama’s Speech

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Agents were all the while gushing into the night, away for the Republican Party Convention when the principal charges hurled – segments of the tradition discourse by possible first woman Melania Trump bore extraordinary likeness to the 2008 discourse by then possible first woman Michelle Obama.

In a few corners of the twitter verse, the spouse of Donald Trump was being hailed for an extraordinary discourse – “the princess Diana of the USA and she will have any kind of effect,” one admirer tweeted.

That incited insults – that Michelle’s discourse to the 2012 Vote based tradition “was on a more elevated amount” than Melania’s Monday night discourse to the GOP steadfast in Cleveland.

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Here is what Trump’s wife said, check below:-
“My elegant and hard-working mother Amalia introduced me to fashion and beauty. My father Viktor instilled in me a passion for business and travel. Their integrity, compassion and intelligence reflect to this day on me and for my love of family and America.

And here is what first Lady Michelle said back in 2008:
“My mother’s love has always been a sustaining force for our family, and one of my greatest joys is seeing her integrity, her compassion and her intelligence reflected in my own daughters.”

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