Questions linger about Melania Trump’s bio
Statements by an immigration attorney imply she was married once before hitching The Donald. And her official bio seems to conflict with education level.
New questions surrounding Melania Trump’s path to US citizenship have surfaced, with one attorney stating she received her green card in 2001 ‘based on marriage’, four years before she wed Donald Trump.
Melania, a Slovenian-born model who worked in Paris and Milan before landing in New York, said she had never been married before she met the business tycoon.
But Michael Wildes, an immigration attorney who worked for Trump Organization ‘on behalf of Trump models’, alleges Melania was married before 2005, Univision reported.
A spokesperson for Trump shot down the shocking claims, telling Dailymail Online: ‘Contrary to inaccurate reports today, Melania was not married prior to her marriage to Mr. Trump in 2005. She obtained a green card on her own.’
Her website suddenly disappeared after questions were raised last month about her academic credentials.
Her official website, and her bio published by the Republican National Committee, stated that she earned ‘a degree in design and architecture at University in Slovenia.’
CBS reported that she did not graduate and dropped out after a single year.