Melania Trump has ‘blood on her hands’ over Capitol riot, ex BFF claims in bitter rant

MELANIA Trump is complicit in letting violence break out in the Capitol on Wednesday, her ex BFF has claimed in a bitter rant.

In an op-ed entitled “There’s Blood on Her Hands", Melania’s former friend Stephanie Winston Wolkoff said the First Lady must also be held accountable for her inaction.

"I wish I could say I was shocked by President Trump's actions, but sadly I can not, or say I don’t comprehend Melania’s silence and inactions, but pathetically, they are both expected," Winston Wolkoff said in the savage takedown against the First Lady.

"Unfortunately, our president and first lady have little, if any, regard for either" human life or "our great democracy," writes Winston Wolkoff.

Winston Wolkoff, the former best friend of Melania who was ousted from the East Wing of the White House as an unpaid aide in February 2018, said she "gave up everything" for her friend Melania.

The unpaid assistant to the First Lady recently published her supposed ordeal in a new book, Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady. 

Acting as Melania's adviser, Winston Wolkoff admits in the book to secretly recording Melania trash-talking Donald Trump and Ivanka.

The author also had recordings of Melania saying a number of things against the First Lady, including that she has "no sympathy or remorse," which is why Winston Wolkoff was not surprised Melania has yet to make a statement about the Capitol riots.

"Also, at this moment, when children are asking their parents why people destroyed our Capitol, what will be her answer? Will she continue the lies that it was antifa?" Winston Wolkoff asked.

"Or will she tell the truth, which is, Trump lit the match that sparked the rioting and decimation. He, his children, and personal lawyer incited violence and told people to riot," Winston Wolkoff continued.

Winston Wolkoff continued comparing the first couple to the other, saying both crave attention and are unlikely to act when they are called to do so. "Melania and Donald are a perfect match," she wrote.

The Trump Campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment regarding Winston Wolkoff's op-ed.

But Melania has previously branded Wolkoff "dishonest" in an essay that was clearly directed at her former friend, despite not mentioning her by name.

Slamming her ex friend, Melania wrote: "This is a woman who secretly recorded our phone calls, releasing portions from me that were out of context, then wrote a book of idle gossip trying to distort my character.

"Her "memoir" included blaming me for her ailing health from an accident she had long ago, and for bad news coverage that she brought upon herself and others," Melania slammed.

The author even went as far as to call Melania an abuser complicit in her inaction and silence.

"What does a mother do when a father is an abuser?" Winston Wolkoff asked. "Many still believe that Melania is powerless, but don’t be fooled; she is an abuser too, of the worst kind. The kind that speaks kindly to children. The sickness is under the skin."

"Melania knows and supports Donald and his viewpoints. If you hit him, he’ll hit you back harder. He’s the brass knuckles, aggressive guy, and she elects to grin and bear it," she continued. "She turns a blind eye. The truth is she’s actually encouraging him to go for it."

"Be aggressive. She’s his biggest cheerleader. Well, he should pay a price. No one is above the law."

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