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Melania Trump and Her Husband's Questionable Wisdom

Updated on July 19, 2016

Has Donald Trump concocted Mad Cow Disease and spread his infamous political tips to his wife's wordplay?

"Don't worry, Melania" Trump coos. "You don't have to write your own speech. We'll just take one from the archives."

Or, is that not how the conversation went? Inquiring minds would like to know, as the Republican party begin their boisterous 2016 National Convention with a *gasp* plagiarized speech straight from the books of Michelle Obama?! Yes, you read correctly my friends. Melania Trump has recently gotten exposed for using segments from a prepared essay performed by our wonderful First Lady herself back in the ye ole year of 2008. To quote our First Lady's formal address:

"Barack and I were raised with so many of the same values. Like; you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond and you do what you say you are going to do. That you treat people with dignity and respect, because we want our children - and all children in this nation, to know that the only limit to the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams, and your willingness to work hard for them."

That was truly an inspiring and influential message to America's youth *wipes tear.* Until Melania Trump decided to take it for her own, replacing several words necessary to the ground shaking encouragement of the original and reading it from a TelePrompTer at a kindergarten level. Although, what if she wasn't the deciding factor in this GOP scandal?

Trump is well known for his obscure and boundary breaking opinions that he regularly mentions in the 2016 debates.

To the everyday Trump supporting American citizen, Melania Trump is a modern day wonder-woman of the political game. She 'captures the beauty and grace of a pageant winner while bringing forth the brains of a Harvard scholar to the republican party'. But to the other 50% that make up the girth of our star spangled voting system, Melania Trump is nothing more than a representation of her husband's hypocritical views of the world. She not only knows about as many words in the English Dictionary as the common three year old for someone who has lived in America for over a decade, but she also decided following through with her architectural degree in college was just not worth the bother . If these traits make up that of an Ivy League graduate, one can hold very little hope for the future generations.

The only thing left to make sense for ourselves is the fact that Melania married someone (who is, albeit ignorant to the ways of a normal human being's life) a master puppeteer. Donald Trump has been using people since the time before the times by committing numerous fraudulent deals with foreign investors, building his mass empire of estates off of the backs of the American Hispanic community and overall "I'm better than thou" attitude. Much like a badly tanned and toupee adorning siren, one of his numerous 'admirable' qualities is his ability to pull the wool over anyone's eyes and persuade (or force) to give him his way. Has he tied the strings to our republican taxpayers using the long, luscious strands of his s/o's hair as the steering wheel to the voting chair?

Clearly she could not be foolish enough to pirate the work of our current First Lady, or even dream of doing this herself. Has Donald done the dirty work for dirt cheap and gotten away with it once again?

Do you think Melania was the one to steal the speech?

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