Melanie Trump has something entirely new to worry about now – despite past allegations of plagiarism and her husband’s failing presidency.
According to the New York Times, Melania Trump never graduated college, dropping out of architecture school in her very first year. Yet, she claims on her website to have graduated.
Here’s a short bio that still shows up on Melania’s personal website (at least at the time of this writing). Here’s a screenshot of the webpage below….
Also – this isn’t the only place she claims to have received a degree. This isn’t simply a case of personal error…..
The official RNC schedule from last year also noted that Melania obtained “a degree in design and architecture at University in Slovenia.”
But, none of this is true. Melania Trump’s own personal biographers deny it. See the HuffingtonPost report below.
Slovenian journalists Bojan Pozar and Igor Omerza wrote in their biography on the former fashion model that she “became ― and remained ― a college dropout” after leaving the University of Ljubljana’s architecture school following her freshman year.
Below is their account of this period of her life in the book, Melania Trump ― The Inside Story: From a Slovenian Communist Village to the White House:
In her freshman year, the 19-year old Melanija Knavs attended lectures on the following subjects: elements of architecture, fine arts, fundamentals of technical mechanics, architectural construction, descriptive geometry, mathematics, and an ideological (read “communist”) elective credit called “General Partisan Resistance and Social Self-protection”. Melanija would have made it to her sophomore year, even having failed 2 exams, but she was supposed to have gotten and held a 1-month internship and kept a journal about it.
Later, in America, after meeting Donald Trump and officially becoming his partner, Melania Knauss told the media that she got her degree in architecture and design. This was almost certainly done in consultation with Trump and his advisors, as they were desperate to give off the impression that the Slovenian model was not just beautiful, but also smart and well-educated.