Melania Trump stuns as she reveals White House Christmas trees
Rumours that Mr Trump will start campaigning for the next election “might not go over well” with the First Lady, a CNN source has claimed, mirroring similar appreciations by a body language expert four years ago. According to a body language expert Nicole Moore, Ms Trump was “unhappy with husband Donald” when he first announced his decision to run for president.
Mr Moore said the now-First Lady “did not seem to be genuinely happy that her husband ran for President”.
She analysed videos of an interview before the election four years ago.
In the footage, President Trump and his wife spoke to TV host Barbara Walter about Mr Trump’s election prospects.
Ms Moore explained that, although Ms Trump claimed to be “very happy” with Mr Trump’s candidacy, her body language showed she was not.
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She said that normally “when two people are in on something together, they usually turn their bodies and faces toward each other” if they are in agreement.
This is because the “body naturally goes toward the partner” and shows the “shared emotions” of both.
But according to Ms Moore, this was not the case for the then-candidate and his partner.
Ms Moore said: “Melania’s tone and energy changes when Barbara asks her about how she and Donald first met.”
Ms Trump “has a genuine smile and her face seems to light up”, which Ms Moore says demonstrates “a love present when they met”.
But she told The List that Ms Trump’s body moves backwards, showing her reluctance at the topic of Mr Trump’s bid.
She added: “If you notice how Melania is sitting when she says she supports her husband, she does not move closer to him at all.
“She turns her head, but just slightly and she doesn’t look at Donald in the eyes or smile at him.
“It seems as if she’s more focused on saying the ‘right’ thing and you can tell by how rigid her body is.”
Despite reports claiming Ms Trump is preparing her White House exit with her son Barron, Mr Trump has purportedly already told advisers his intentions of running for president again next election.
News website Axios was the first to report the news, with the New York Times following suit.
Mr Trump is said to have shared his thoughts about the 2024 candidacy with his advisors after pledging he would go to court with “valid and legitimate legal challenges” over electoral fraud allegations.
He said he “will not rest” until there is an “honest vote count” though independent election observers have rejected claims of widespread fraud.
In a statement released last week, Mr Trump said: “We all know why Joe Biden is rushing to falsely pose as the winner, and why his media allies are trying so hard to help him: they don’t want the truth to be exposed. The simple fact is this election is far from over.
“Joe Biden has not been certified as the winner of any states, let alone any of the highly contested states headed for mandatory recounts, or states where our campaign has valid and legitimate legal challenges that could determine the ultimate victor.
“In Pennsylvania, for example, our legal observers were not permitted meaningful access to watch the counting process. Legal votes decide who is president, not the news media.”
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