Melania Trump ‘grim-faced’ as Donald casts doubts on US 2020 election results

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Melania Trump was out in Florida yesterday to cast her vote in the sunshine. She wore a stunning dress, sunglasses, and according to a body language expert looked every inch the Hollywood screen legend.

However, the former-model’s body language has changed drastically, Judi James told

“The dramatic change in Melania’s body language and styling echoed the current procession of this election result so far: casting her vote in the sunshine she looked dressed for a Hollywood celebrity lunch in her cream silk dress and designer handbag,” Judi said.

“Her smile looked confident and she stopped to chat with the press.”

However, things soon changed. Judi said: “By this morning, with the voting results pouring in, she became less Hollywood and more the ‘military Melania’ of some of her election speeches.”

Melania appeared mirror her husband’s defiant nature has he claimed the nature of the election was fraudulent.

At a press conference held at 2:15am local time, Donald said: “As far as I am concerned we already have won.

“We were getting ready to win this election, frankly we did win this election.”

The First Lady stood by his side during the statement, standing to face her husband, perhaps as a show of support.

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Judi said: “While Trump’s children performed like excited cheerleaders, Melania stood beside him grim-faced in a plain black trouser suit and white shirt.

“She was turned to face her husband, which is a rare pose from Melania, and apart from some clapping to suggest support, her occasional chin-raises signalled a sense of defiance that appeared to mirror his.”

Donald said “a very sad group of people” is trying to disenfranchise millions of his supporters who voted for him.

He went on: “This is a major fraud on our nation. We want the law to be used in a proper manner – so we will be going to the US Supreme Court.

“We want all voting to stop. We don’t want them to find any ballots at 4am and add them to the list. It is a very sad moment.”

Melania wore a suit for the early morning press conference.

She looked suitably business-like for the occasion.

She wore a white fitted shirt, smiling briefly at the crowd as she walked onto the stage with her husband.

Ivanka Trump was also in attendance at the press conference.

She wore a chic black suit too, a double breasted blazer with gold buttons.

She carried a black handbag, but it was her beauty look that stole the show.

She wore red lipstick dark eye make-up, leaving her skin gleaming like her platinum blonde hair.

She was there with her siblings, Donald Trump Jr and Eric.

Melania Trump: Five facts about the USA’s First Lady


Mum-of-one Melania can speak more languages than any other First Lady before her: English, French, German, Italian, Serbian and of course her mother tongue, Slovenian.

This also makes her the only First Lady whose first language is not English.


After Jacqueline Kennedy, Melania is the second First Lady who is a practising Catholic.

She met Pope Francis as part of a foreign tour with her husband and stepdaughter Ivanka last year.


Melania was a successful model, posing for Sports Illustrated, Vanity Fair, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and GQ.

Her skills aren’t confined to print, and she appeared in a commercial for Aflac, an American insurance company, in 2005.


Melania’s parents are Amalija Knavs and Viktor Knavs, and the couple live together in Washington.

She has one sister, Ines, who is reported to live in New York and work as an artist.


On May 7 2018, Melania launched her flagship campaign as First Lady, BE BEST, which The White House describes as “an awareness campaign focused entirely around the well-being of children”.

There are three main strands to the initiative: well-being, social media, and opioid abuse.

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