Melania Trump Caught Lying Under Oath As GOP Dreams Of Clinton Perjury Investigation

Republicans are attempting to investigate Hillary Clinton for perjury, but court documents show that Melania Trump apparently lied under oath in 2013. While investigating what happened to Melania Trump s Caviar based skin care line, Racked[1] came across court documents that appear to show Mrs. Trump perjuring herself about her educational background, (If the media reports about her never receiving a degree from a university in Slovenia are true, the court transcripts also reveal Melania lied under oath about her degree when she told the court she d graduated with a bachelor s in architecture). Melania Trump asked about her educational background and schools that she graduated from. Trump answered, I attended and graduated from design school, from Fashion and Industrial Design School and also attended, graduated from architecture degree, bachelor degree.

CBS News[2] reported that Melania Trump does not have a degree in architecture, Despite what her professional website and the 2016 RNC program read, Melania Trump did not in fact complete a degree in architecture and design at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, before becoming a skin care entrepreneur and philanthropist. In July 2016, CBS News checked the official public records of the university, and discovered that Melania Trump is not listed as having graduated from there with a degree.

A woman who could be the next First Lady Of The United States appears to have perjured herself in a court of law, but Republicans would rather that voters focus on conspiracy theories about Hillary Clinton s health and emails than the reality that the people the GOP nominated to be the next first family of the country have a history of lying.

When it comes to making allegations about honesty Republicans, don t have a leg to stand on thanks to the Trump family history of lies. With one discovery, the Republican plan to investigate Hillary Clinton for perjury has gone up in smoke.

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  1. ^ Racked (www.racked.com)
  2. ^ CBS News (www.cbsnews.com)
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