February 21, 2022

Melania Trump Slams ‘Dream Killers’

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Former first lady Melania Trump slammed “dream killers” in the media after reports that Florida officials had launched an investigation into her fundraiser.

“Despite my actions, the press continues to publish inaccurate, misleading, and outright incorrect articles about my work. The media has created a narrative whereby I am trying to act in an illegal or unethical manner,” Trump said in a statement.

“That portrayal is simply untrue and adversely affects the children I hope to support. Those who attack my initiatives and create the appearance of impropriety are quite literally dream killers. They have canceled the hopes and dreams of children by trying to cancel me.”

The New York Times recently reported Trump’s selling tickets for an April fundraising event for her “Fostering the Future” initiative of her “Be Best” endeavor. Florida officials told the outlet it had launched an investigation into the event because neither Fostering the Future nor Be Best are registered charities in the state.

“Recently, a computer science school founded in Silicon Valley with a campus in Oklahoma agreed to work with Fostering the Future. Multiple scholarships were going to be granted through the school’s preferred designated fund, based in Tulsa, with the first class of students enrolling in Fall 2022,” Trump’s statement read.

“I had signed the Designated Fund Agreement and was waiting for the countersignature when the school informed me it would no longer participate. They would not accept scholarship dollars for deserving students—even as an anonymous gift. It was made clear to me that the school’s Board of Directors organized a politically motivated decision,” she added.

“Supporting children is not, and should never be, part of a political agenda.”


Melania Trump slams ‘dream killers’ in the media after reports on Florida charity probe

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