Former President Donald Trump provided an update on his wife Melania’s possible involvement in his 2024 presidential campaign, stating that she wants to “make America great again” and will play a significant role. Speaking in an interview with Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade, Trump praised Melania’s intelligence and compassion, expressing reliance on her advice. He emphasized the importance of her active participation while also expressing caution and a warning about family members being too active in the campaign.
Trump’s comments come amid the New Hampshire primary elections, where he is competing for the Republican nomination against former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley. The former President highlighted Melania’s potential role in the campaign, acknowledging her previous contributions and expressing confidence in her abilities.
Earlier in the month, Melania Trump’s mother, Amalija Knavs, passed away at the age of 78, leading to a private funeral in Florida on January 19. Melania paid tribute to her mother during the funeral, describing her as the epitome of elegance and grace, emphasizing her boundless love for the family.
While Trump discussed Melania’s expected involvement, Lara Trump, the daughter-in-law of the former president, also spoke about the family’s role in the 2024 campaign. Lara Trump mentioned Trump’s protective instincts as a father, expressing their commitment to the election despite potential challenges and threats.
Trump addressed the involvement of his sons, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, acknowledging the challenges in politics and the scrutiny faced by his family. He highlighted what he perceived as unfair treatment and investigations faced by his sons, indicating that their experiences in the political arena involved unfounded scrutiny.
As Trump navigates the political landscape, he remains focused on family involvement in the campaign while addressing the complexities and criticisms associated with their political roles. The interview shed light on Trump’s perspectives on family dynamics within the context of the ongoing political landscape leading up to the 2024 elections.