Melania vs Wolkoff Part 2: The Empire Strikes Back

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Melania and I both didn't use White House emails.' The first lady is said to have used a private Trump Organization email account and an email from a MelaniaTrump.com domain as well as iMessage.

Winston Wolkoff's allegations come ahead of the release of her new book, "Melania and Me", which recounts their friendship in detail, including quotes from the first lady.

"Yes." After her departure from the White House, the First Lady apparently sent her an apologetic email, saying that she was "confident" that their friendship "far outweighs politics".

On Tuesday "Melania and Me" was in fourth place in Amazon's top sellers, behind a new investigation by a New York Times journalist into members of the White House who resist Trump, and a book set for publication September 8 by Michael Cohen, Trump's former lawyer and fixer now serving a prison term. However, during the 2016 presidential race, then-candidate Donald Trump slammed Hillary Clinton for her use of private emails as USA secretary of state as he encouraged chants from his supporters to "lock her up".

Use of personal emails is allowed but it is illegal to discuss anything classified. The messages "contained discussions of government hires and contracts (including Winston Wolkoff's), detailed schedules for the president and first lady during the Israeli and Japanese state visits, strategic partnerships for the first lady's Be Best initiative, the logistics of the Easter egg roll and finances for the presidential inauguration", according to the Post.

Stephanie Grisham, Melania's chief of staff, said in a statement: "Anybody who secretly tapes their self-described best friend is by definition, dishonest". They got elected acting as if Hillary Clinton ought to be in jail for using the wrong email'. But Melania and the White House had accused me of criminal activity and publicly shamed and fired me and made me their scapegoat.

She details the planning of the 2017 inauguration in two of the book's chapters, saying she repeatedly raised questions about the budget until "eventually she came to be viewed as the problem".

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The 50-year-old first lady allegedly nicknamed her 38-year-old daughter-in-law "princess", calling her and her husband Jared Kushner "snakes". She reportedly once said 'Did Michelle Obama go to the border? Winston Wolkoff, whose firm was paid $26 million to plan the inauguration, claims she was thrown under the bus after the event's extravagant price tag became public.

The White House didn't immediately respond to a request for comment but has called Wolkoff's recently released book Melania and Me "not truthful".

Its release comes days after Melania and Ivanka exchanged what appeared to be an icy stare at the Republican Convention where the president formally accepted the nomination to run for a second term.

Asked about her appeal to women voters, a demographic that Mr Trump has struggled to receive support from, the president argued that Americans "like her, they love her style, her class, her grace".

One of the first lady's most controversial moments over the last four years came after she visited migrant children who'd been detained at the US border with Mexico and wore a jacket with the words "I really don't care, do u?" across the back.

"Melania was never working on policy, no excuses".

It traces her friendship with the first lady, going back to their days when Wolkoff worked for Vogue and the then-Melania Knauss was a struggling model dating a NY real estate mogul.

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