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Melania furious over reports of her mystery charity, swears it’s legit

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Donald Trump left office, former First Lady Melania Trump had continued to flog her ‘Be Best’ initiative and to tout her philanthropic endeavors.

Now, a new report in the New York Times has questioned who exactly is receiving those charitable donations, prompting an angry response from Melania herself.The newspaper ran a story on the Trumps’ money-making activities since their departure from the White House.As we previously reported, this has included Melania selling NFTs of a drawing of her eyes, and auctioning off one of her old hats.

Melania pledged an undisclosed proportion of these sales would go to charity. As for how much … well, your guess is as good as ours.Related: Melania’s hat auction ended up being a money-losing crap outShe recently announced she was selling tickets for a “high tea” event in Naples, Florida this April.

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