Melania Trump says The Donald is “very passionate” about the country and will decide if he’ll make a bid for The White House this summer.
“He will decide it in June, sometime in June after ‘The Apprentice’ is over… but the polls are coming out, they’re really in favor of him,” Melania told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover on Thursday’s Access Hollywood Live.
“You know what, he’s very passionate, he loves the country and the country is in big trouble and everybody knows that,” the Sloveinan-born beauty said when Billy asked if Trump was actually going to campaign. “I think the country needs a real businessman that does things, not just talking, but really does it… he says it like it is and he’s an open book… we’ll see what will happen.”
Does Melania already have First Lady plans?
“Well, it’s too early to talk, you know, I’m very busy. My hands are full now, I have a son…I have [my] big boy Donald to take care. I have my jewelry line,” she explained. “So, I’m really busy, I’m not thinking about it yet. When he decides it, he has my support.”
The Donald also has his wife’s support when it comes to something only a select few have ever laid eyes on.
“He has beautiful legs!” Melania said of her husband. “He has gorgeous legs, long beautiful legs.”
As for the other man in her life, 4-year-old son Barron, the former model is crazy for her little guy.
“He’s [an] amazing boy, he speaks two languages, he loves golf, he loves airplanes, helicopters, loves to travel,” she told Billy and Kit. “He’s very curious, very smart, very quick. He loves life, he’s a very happy boy.”
Melania said that The Donald has already started to warn Barron about the dangers of alcohol, cigarettes and tattoos – just like he did with his older children.
“Barron already knows the cigarettes, he goes out in New York out, he [sees] it in the park… he knows life, he knows what’s going on and what is possible,” she explained. “He likes the little fake tattoos, but he knows that its only fake tattoos, not the real ones.”
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