After Filing 2 Huge Lawsuits, Melania Makes MAJOR Move To Show Media They Shouldn’t Mess With Her

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Melania Trump doesn’t exactly have a cozy relationship with the liberal press, but despite their best efforts to disparage and malign her, she’s shown incredible strength and refused to back down.

Back in September, the incoming First Lady filed a lawsuit against a media outlet for publishing the utterly outrageous claim she used to be an escort. The case has been progressing, and during a recent hearing for the suit she made a move that shows the press she’s not one to be messed with.

Check it out, via IJ Review:

Melania Trump and her lawyer recently appeared in the Montgomery County Circuit Court in Rockville, Maryland, for a scheduling conference surrounding the suit.

scheduling conference is used to determine the course and conduct of the proceeding. Identification of potential witnesses and the exchange of any pre-hearing materials may also be determined at the scheduling conference.

Independent Journal Review received a statement from Melania Trump’s lawyer on her behalf. It said:

“Mrs. Trump was not required to attend the court conference, but chose to do so, to meet the Judge, meet opposing counsel, and show her commitment to the case.”

By meeting the judge, she signaled that she’s more than just a caricature depicted by headlines and SNL skits.

It may only be a subtle gesture, it does show that Melania isn’t going to be bullied by anyone. So in other words, it’s probably not a good idea to mess with her because you’re not going to get very far.

Now this is what a strong woman looks like. She doesn’t whine, she doesn’t complain, she doesn’t blame others, and she takes care of business unlike other “strong” women the left have praised, that I shouldn’t have to mention by name for you to figure out who they are.

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