It’s nice to step out of the House… especially when your husband is in the middle of yet another sex scandal.
Melania Trump has reportedly spent several nights at a luxurious D.C. hotel away from Donald Trump this month, following reports of the President’s alleged fling with porn star Stormy Daniels.
Sources told DailyMail.com that the First Lady has been spending “three to four days a week” away from the White House since the “humiliating” news broke out, and her relationship with the President has only become more “strained.”
The insider dished:
“Talk among staffers is that the Stormy Daniels affair hit her hard, it’s been upsetting and humiliating and her relationship with President Trump has become strained. If she is seen with him in public she’s very robotic, she smiles and then they go their separate ways.”
She’s definitely perfected that robotic smile by now.
While FLOTUS has remained silent amid the drama, which includes reports of Donald’s lawyers paying Stormy $130K to keep her mouth shut, her actions are speaking for themselves.
As we reported, Mel skipped out on a planned trip with Donald this week and flew to West Palm Beach, Florida after she was spotted mourning at D.C.’s Holocaust Memorial Museum.
But last minute cancellations aren’t Mel’s only escape from the Cheeto Man. The source explained:
“Melania spends three to four days a week away from the White House and has stayed at a hotel in D.C. multiple times in January, often for days at a time. She also travels up to New York. She’s rarely comes into her West Wing office as other first ladies have done and her schedule is vague at best.”
In fact, those on the inside are growing suspicious of how distant she’s become:
“Melania seems to be actively limiting the time she spends with her husband and her behavior has raised eyebrows… She seems to be avoiding duties unless there is a very special reason.”
Aw, poor FLOTUS. She should distract herself with a project or something — maybe now’s the time to work on that anti-bullying platform?
This Gossip was composed inline with Hilton’s idea.