Melania Trump Defends Donald Trump "Birther" Criticism; Loves Michelle Obama Fashion

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Melania Trump wants to make a couple of things clear:

She won't say if he's decided to run yet, but that she "will support him no matter what he decides" and says he's not alone in his "birther" suspicion.

Donald and Melania Trump Picture

"Well I think it's not only my husband that wants to see the birth certificate. I think it's a lot of people who voted for him and who didn't vote for President Obama."

Melania, a native of Slovenia, says people are just frustrated.

"They ask where it is and why he doesn't show it. Does he have it? Where is it? Why not show it? What's the big deal? I'd show [mine]. What's the problem?"

Hawaii state officials swear that they have inspected Obama's original document and a Certificate of Live Birth was released during the 2008 campaign.

Trump has been called out by George Stephanopoulos, Bill O'Reilly and many others for beating what some think is a dead horse, but he persists.

Just today, he called in to Fox News to say "I think I've made my decision" on running and he vowed to continue to talk about Obama's citizenship.

"So, the media really latched on to it. They really like that talk," Melania said. "But he's also for bringing jobs back and the economy and taking care of people that are working so hard and to bring this country back to where it once was."

Melania says the prospect of being First Lady and living in the White House is "something that's exciting but we never know what will happen."

She lavished her possible predecessor with praise for her style, too.

Michelle Obama, she says, would look great in her 'Melania' jewelry line:

"Yes, she has fabulous style. Very nice style! She would look great in my jewelry," she said. "Anybody, no matter who you are, the First Lady, your mom at home with a child, your a businesswoman. You can wear my jewelry."


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