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I). Evylan SALT at the Movie "SALT"... Kaliningrad, Russia is the Center where the Mani Mother Goose of Red Star Kindergarten-12 Grades and Universities Graduate From, like I and My Sister Sonida Hajdini graduated from, the Red School or in Albanian or Albania Shalom is called the Kindergarten is known as "Kopështi me Yll" or "Red Star Kindergarten" or "Kopështi No. 41" in Tirana, Albania, behind U.S. Embassy in Tirana, Albania near "Labinoti Middle School" today is "Osman Myderizi K-9 School" in Rruga: Ali Visha Nr. 1... Then after kindergarten the students go to "The Red School: 1st-8th Grade" at Rruga: Qemal Stafa near Abraham Lincoln Center of English Language where Assistant Director Mrs. Edita Zefjan Nikolla is conected in the U.S. Embassy in Tirana with Mr. Ismet Topi the translator of Serbo-Croatia-n and Eastern European Languages and Security Guard... then"Shkolla e Kuqe"..., after this Communist Students attend: "Partizani High School"... after this they attend the "University of Tirana: Enver Hoxha--Name of the Dictator of the Communist Albania Country from 1942-1985)..., then a double agent like Former President of Albania after Enver Hoxha is Mr. Ramiz Alia from Shkodra who attended the Red School at Rruga: Qemal Stafa (Where I and My Sister Sonida Hajdini attended)... He attended the Major University in Moscow, Russia called: MGIMO: Website: like the Founder of Regent University: graduate of Yale University Mr. M.G. "Pat" Robertson who took the Jurisprudence or Law Library from the Bankruptcy of Oral Roberts University (ORU... in Tulsa, Oklahoma declaring Chapter 11 of The United States Constitution or Amendment 11... While Amendment or Declaring Chapter 5, is Taking The Fifth... The Right Not To Confess or Answer Before the Public Attorney or District Attorney of Washington, D.C. at The George Washington University ( where I was Suspended from My Studies, because of Evelyn SALT, who is the WIFE OF PRESIDENT ELECT, H.E. Mr. Donald J. Trump, Mrs. Ivanka Trump, who got married with Donald J. Trump in The Episcopalian "Little Red Star Church ( SEE - READ BELOW: founded in 1889; they got married on JANUARY 22, 2005; in Palm Beach, Florida, TEN YEARS AFTER SHE CAME TO AMERICA AS A TENNIS PLAYER, WHO ENTERED IN JOHN F. Kennedy AIRPORT IN NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK ON 25 JULY 1995 AND WE TOOK THE GREYHOUND BUS TO GO DOWN SOUTH TO SAVANNAH, GEORGIA FOR A BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT, WHILE SOME OF THE MEMBERS OF THE TEAM WHO BOUGHT THEIR VISAS FOR $5,000 (FIVE-THOUSANDS-DOLLARS-USD) FOR EACH SPONSOR OF THE TEAM. THEN SHE PASSED TO UNITED STATES WITH B1/2 TOURIST VISA FOR 3 MONTHS. THEN SHE RECEIVED A CONTRACT TO WORK AS MODEL WITH iRENE MARIE at


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Bethesda-by-the-Sea is an Episcopal Church by the Lake Worth Lagoon in Palm Beach, Florida.[1] It is the oldest house of worship in Palm Beach. The church consists of the main building featuring an example of the gothic revival style surrounding a courtyard.

Initially the church began in the Little Red Schoolhouse in January 1889. The initial church was built of mostly wood from lumber from the beach with service beginning in April that year. There was little access to the church aside from by boat. A larger new lot was sought in the following years with a rectory being built in 1890 and a second church built in the spring of 1895. The second church held its last service on Easter Sunday April 12, 1925.[2]

Second church
The church held the first service at its current location on Christmas Day 1926.

Donald and Melania Trump were married in the church on January 22, 2005.[3]

Michael Jordan and Yvette Prieto were married on April 27, 2013.[4]

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Melania Trump
Melania Trump (8 February 2016).jpg
First Lady of the United States
Taking office
January 20, 2017
President Donald Trump
Succeeding Michelle Obama
Personal details
Born Melanija Knavs
April 26, 1970 (age 46)
Novo Mesto, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia
Political party Republican[1]
Spouse(s) Donald Trump (m. 2005)
Children Barron
Residence Trump Tower
Alma mater University of Ljubljana (withdrew)
Melania Trump (born Melanija Knavs;[2] [mɛːˈlanija ˈknaːws] April 26, 1970; anglicized to Melania Knauss[3]) is a Slovene-born American former model who is married to American businessman and President-elect of the United States, Donald Trump.

Born in Slovenia, she became a permanent resident of the United States in 2001 and a citizen in 2006. She is to assume the role of First Lady of the United States on January 20, 2017. She will be the second foreign-born First Lady of the United States, following Louisa Adams in 1825, and the only First Lady to date not to have been born a citizen of the United States or in what would later become the United States.

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1 Early life
2 Career and immigration to the United States
3 Marriage to Donald Trump
4 Role in 2016 U.S. presidential election
5 First Lady of the United States
6 Notes
7 References
8 External links
Early life
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Melanija Knavs was born in Novo Mesto in the southeast of the Socialist Republic of Slovenia, part of Yugoslavia,[4][5] on April 26, 1970.[6] She is the daughter of Amalija (née Ulčnik) and Viktor Knavs, who managed car and motorcycle dealerships for a state-owned vehicle manufacturer.[7][8][9] Her father was from the nearby town of Radeče.[7] Her mother came from the village of Raka,[10] and was a patternmaker at the children's clothing manufacturer "Jutranjka" in Sevnica.[7][11]

She grew up in a modest apartment in a housing block in Sevnica, in Slovenia's Lower Sava Valley.[2] She has a sister[12] and an older half-brother, whom she reportedly has never met,[13] from her father's previous relationship.[7][14] Although Melania's family comes from a Roman Catholic background, her father, to the dismay of their relatives, wished for her to not receive the Christian sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion due to his commitment to Marxist-Leninist atheism.[15] Melania, however, was later married in an Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea and has received Holy Communion there at Midnight Mass during her recent Christmas celebrations.[16][17]

When she was a teenager, the family moved to a two-story house in Sevnica,[18] and as a high school student, she lived in a high-rise apartment in Ljubljana. Melanija attended the Secondary School of Design and Photography in Ljubljana,[19] and studied at the University of Ljubljana for one year before dropping out.[20][21][22] She speaks six languages: Serbo-Croatian, English, French, Italian, German, and her native Slovene.[23]

Career and immigration to the United States
She began modeling at age 5 and first commercials at 16,[24] when she posed for the Slovenian fashion photographer Stane Jerko.[25] At 18, she signed with a modeling agency in Milan, Italy.[26] She was named runner-up in the 1992 Jana Magazine "Look of the Year" contest, held in Ljubljana, which promised its top three contestants an international modeling contract.[7][27]

Melania Trump in 2011
After attending the University of Ljubljana for one year,[28] she modeled for fashion houses in Milan and Paris. She then relocated to New York City in 1996,[26] her contract and visa negotiated by Italian businessman Paolo Zampolli.[7] Through her lawyer, she has indicated she first entered the United States on a business visitor visa in August 1996. She obtained an H-1B visa in October 1996. After that, she regularly returned to Slovenia to obtain a series of four more one-year work visas because, at the time, Slovenians could only obtain one-year visas in the United States. In November 2016, the Associated Press reported that she was paid $20,056 for 10 modeling jobs in the United States in 1996 before she had legal permission to work in the country. In response, her lawyer stated the documents on which AP relied "have not been verified, [and] do not reflect our records including corresponding passport stamps."[29][30]

Following her immigration to the United States, she appeared on the covers of Harper's Bazaar (Bulgaria), Ocean Drive, In Style Weddings, New York Magazine, Avenue, Allure, Vanity Fair (Italy), Vogue (following her marriage to Donald Trump), and GQ (UK).[31] She was featured as a bikini model in the 2000 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.[32][33] As a model, she was associated with Irene Marie Management Group and Donald Trump's Trump Model Management.[34]

Applying as a model of "extraordinary ability", Melania obtained a green card and became a lawful permanent resident in 2001, and citizenship in 2006.[35][36][37]

Marriage to Donald Trump

Melania and Donald Trump during the Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation (MC-LEF) 20th Annual Semper Fidelis Gala at New York City, April 22, 2015
After moving to New York City in 1996,[38] Melania met her future husband Donald at a Fashion Week party in New York City in September 1998, while he was still married to, but separated from, Marla Maples;[2][39] Donald attended the event with another date, Celina Midelfart, and Melania initially refused to give Donald her phone number.[27] Melania broke off the relationship shortly after it began, but the couple reconciled after a few months.[7] Their relationship gained attention after a 1999 interview on The Howard Stern Show.[40] In 2000, Melania appeared with Donald while he campaigned for that year's Reform Party presidential nomination.[40] Their relationship gained additional publicity after the 2004 launch of Donald's business-oriented reality television show, The Apprentice. Donald described their long courtship in 2005: "We literally have never had an argument, forget about the word 'fight' ... We just are very compatible. We get along."[39]

After becoming engaged in 2004, Donald and Melania were married in an Anglican service on January 22, 2005, at The Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida, followed by a reception in the ballroom at Donald's Mar-a-Lago estate.[41][42]

The event was attended by celebrities such as Katie Couric, Matt Lauer, Rudy Giuliani, Heidi Klum, Star Jones, P. Diddy, Shaquille O'Neal, Barbara Walters, Conrad Black, Regis Philbin, Simon Cowell, Kelly Ripa, then-Senator Hillary Clinton, and former president Bill Clinton.[42][43] At the reception, Billy Joel serenaded the crowd with "Just the Way You Are" and supplied new lyrics about Donald to the tune of "The Lady Is a Tramp".[42] The Trumps' wedding ceremony and reception were widely covered by the media.[38] Melania wore a $200,000 dress made by John Galliano of the house of Christian Dior.[42]

On March 20, 2006,[44] Melania gave birth to Barron William Trump. Melania suggested his middle name, and her husband suggested his first name.[45] As an infant, Barron reportedly occupied his own floor in the Trumps' apartment in Trump Tower in Manhattan, but often slept in a crib in his parents' bedroom.[45] He plays golf with his father and is reported to be fluent in Slovene.[46] He is said to like wearing a suit and tie, and Trump's nickname for him is "Mini-Donald".[8]

Role in 2016 U.S. presidential election
Main article: Donald Trump presidential campaign, 2016

Melania supporting the Donald Trump presidential campaign
In November 2015, when asked about her husband's presidential campaign, Melania said: "I encouraged him because I know what he will do and what he can do for America. He loves the American people and he wants to help them."[47] Trump played a relatively small role in her husband's campaign—atypical of spouses of presidential running mates.[48][49][50]

Melania speaking at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland
In July 2016, Melania's official website was redirected to On Twitter, she stated that her site was outdated and did not "accurately reflect [her] current business and professional interests."[51] This change came after it was widely noted by the media that the website had falsely claimed for more than 10 years that she had a degree in architecture and design from the University of Ljubljana.[52] Her biography in the 2016 Republican National Convention official program also incorrectly stated that she had obtained a degree in Slovenia.[22][53]

On July 18, 2016, Melania gave a speech on the first day of the 2016 Republican National Convention. The speech contained a paragraph that was nearly identical to a paragraph of Michelle Obama's speech at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.[54][55][56] When asked about the speech, Trump said she wrote the speech herself "with as little help as possible".[57] Two days later, Trump staff writer Meredith McIver took responsibility and apologized for the "confusion".[58]

On September 1, 2016, Melania filed defamation lawsuits against British tabloid the Daily Mail and Webster Tarpley, a Maryland political blogger, stemming from their publication of allegations that Melania worked as an escort for a gentlemen's club in Italy in the 1990s. Tarpley and the Daily Mail published retractions and apologies.[59][60]

First Lady of the United States

Melania Trump meeting with First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House on November 10, 2016
Melania is expected to assume the role of First Lady of the United States on January 20, 2017. She will be the second foreign-born woman to hold the position (after Louisa Adams, the British-born American wife of John Quincy Adams who served from 1825 to 1829) and the only First Lady to date not to have been born a citizen of the United States or in what would later become the United States.[a][64][65] Melania will also be the first First Lady to have immigrated to the United States.[66][67]

At 5 foot 11 inches, she will also be one of the tallest First Ladies to hold the office, tied with Michelle Obama and Eleanor Roosevelt who were also that height.[68]

When asked by The New York Times in 1999 what her role would be if Donald Trump were to become president, Melania replied: "I would be very traditional. Like Betty Ford or Jackie Kennedy."[8] In 2016, she told CNN her focus as First Lady would be to help women and children. She also said she would combat cyberbullying, especially among children, having quit social media herself due to the "negativity".[69]

Five days before the election, she told a crowd of supporters in Pennsylvania: "Our culture has gotten too mean and too rough, especially to children and teenagers. It is never OK when a 12 year old girl or boy is mocked, bullied, or attacked. It is terrible when that happens on the playground. And it is absolutely unacceptable when it is done by someone with no name hiding on the internet."[70] Regarding the contrast of her platform with her husband's pattern of Twitter attacks during his campaign, Melania said shortly after the election that she had rebuked him "all the time" but that "he will do what he wants to do in the end."[71]

She is expected to remain living in Trump Tower with her son Barron at least until the end of his current school term.[72][73]

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