‘Embarrassed’ Melania Trump Is Angry That The Donald Got Uninvited To John McCain’s Funeral
Melania Trump like the rest of the world is wondering, how did President Donald Trump manage to get himself banned from two funerals in a matter of months.
First, it was Barbara Bush who made it clear that she did not want The Donald to pay his respects at her funeral.
Now, it is late Sen. John McCain whose final wishes are being honored by not inviting Trump to his funeral.
It is not known if the first lady will be attending the gathering, but she feels ashamed that everyone including Barack Obama will be giving the eulogy.
The two men did not see eye to eye and POTUS took great delight in belittling the fact that the Arizona politician was POW and one “those who got captured.”
A source close to Melania stated: “Melania feels embarrassed yet again by Donald, this time because of his ban from McCain’s funeral. She attended Barbara Bush‘s funeral without him, and now she feels pressure to go to this one without him too.”
The person went on to explain that Melania is once more angry at her spouse for putting her in the awkward situation.
The insider continued with: “Melania does not feel entirely welcome or comfortable attending the funeral after John made it clear that Donald was not welcome. She resents Donald again for being put in the middle of an awkward position.”
The pal added: “Melania wants to do what is right, whether that means going in Donald’s place, or respectfully staying away. But she feels humiliated that this is an issue and blames her husband again for putting her in another challenging situation. She is weighing her options, has been discussing the issue with the McCain family, wants to what is best, and will make the decision when she is ready.”
Former Presidents, George W. Bush and Barack Obama will be the ones delivering the eulogies for the “Maverick.”
Former Vice President and close friend Joe Biden gave somewhat funny, moving, and very personal eulogy at the Arizona memorial service that took place on Thursday.
his speech was well received and trended the whole day on social media.