January 19 – As the handover day of the U.S. regime approaches, Melania, the first lady of the United States, posted a nearly seven-minute “farewell” video on social media on the 18th local time.
In the video, Melania calls on everyone to stay away from violence and maintain peace. However, the U.S. media noticed that she did not specifically mention the congressional riots earlier this month in the video, nor did she mention who was responsible for the riots.
According to the reports of the Capitol Hill, The New York Times and other American media, Melania first reviewed her experience as the first lady of the United States in the “Farewell” video for four years and thanked American soldiers, law enforcement officials, and front-line workers in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.
Melania said that every life is precious, and as thousands of vaccines are distributed, she asks all Americans to use caution and common sense to protect vulnerable people.
Melania also called for people to stay away from violence and maintain peace.” Be passionate about everything you do,” she said, “but always remember that violence is never the solution to the problem and will never prove right.”
However, the U.S. media noticed that although Melania called for everyone to stay away from violence, she did not specifically mention the deadly congressional riots earlier this month in the video, nor did she indicate who was responsible for the riots.
Recently, CNN said that Melania has been siding on Trump’s side recently. In a statement on the congressional riots issued on January 11, Melania did not mention Trump’s name, let alone say that Trump was responsible for the riots.
Instead, she moved the contents of her previous statements and speeches to the statements and described herself in a passage as a victim of constant criticism from her former staff.