Melania Trump, wife of outgoing US President Donald Trump, commented on the storming of the US Congress building, and wrote in an article she published on her Instagram account: “I am disappointed and frustrated at what happened last week. I find it ashamed that these tragic events surround these tragic events with bad gossip. And unjustified personal attacks and false and misleading accusations about me from people who have a private agenda .. Our country and its citizens must be taken care of, and this should not be used for personal gain. “
And she continued, “Our nation must be healed in a civil way and make no mistake about it .. I totally condemn the violence that occurred in the Capitol Building .. Violence is never acceptable .. As an American, I am proud of our freedom to express our views without persecution .. It is one of the parables.” The supreme base on which America is basically built .. I would like to invite the citizens of this country to take a moment, pause and look at matters from all points of view.
She added, “I appeal to people to stop violence, and not to make assumptions on the basis of a person’s skin color or to use different political ideologies as a basis for aggression and evil. We must listen to each other, focus on what unites us, and rise above what divides us.”
She continued, saying: “It is inspiring to see that many have found passion and enthusiasm for participating in the elections, but we must not allow this passion to turn into violence … Our way forward is to unite together, find commonalities between us, and be the kind and strong people who are I know we are. “
“As I said over the summer, these are the defining moments where we will look back and tell our grandchildren that through compassion, strength and determination, we have been able to restore the promise of our future. Each of you are the backbone of this country. You are the people who continue to make the United States of America true.” For who they are, and for whom you bear an incredible responsibility in preparing our future generations to leave everything better than they found. “