Melania Trump’s NFT Criticized By Former Trump White House Official, It Is Just A ‘Moneymaker’ From Someone ‘Trying To Look Busy’

 Melania Trump’s NFT Criticized By Former Trump White House Official, It Is Just A ‘Moneymaker’ From Someone ‘Trying To Look Busy’

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Since her husband Donald Trump’s failure to earn a second term in the White House, Melania Trump has largely avoided the news and even the public spotlight. In fact, there has been a lot of speculation about whether Melania Trump intends to run for the first lady again, as well as tales of her performing charitable work behind the scenes.

Furthermore, a source told CNN that if Donald decides to run for president in 2024, no one should expect to see his wife running alongside him.

“Being the first lady again is not what she wants. For her, it was a chapter — and it’s over, and that’s that,” the source claimed, while another one added, “You’re not going to see her at rallies or campaign events, even if he ‘officially’ says he’s running again.”

Melania Trump, on the other hand, has recently returned to public life, and in an unexpected way. Some of her critics, on the other hand, say that the former first lady’s return to the spotlight is only a “moneymaker” by someone who is “trying to look busy.” Here’s why.

Melania Trump’s NFT

As per Nickiswift, Melania Trump is making news once more, but this time it’s not because of the questionable messages on the back of her jacket or her awkward hugs with her husband, Donald Trump. According to The Washington Post, the former first lady stated on December 16 that she was now in the business of selling non-fungible tokens, or NFTs. Melania’s Vision tokens feature her eyes and are dubbed “Melania’s Vision.”

“I am proud to announce my new NFT endeavor, which embodies my passion for the arts, and will support my ongoing commitment to children through my Be Best initiative,” Melania tweeted back on December 16. 

While Melania’s Twitter account appears to have come back to life as she promotes her NFT, one former White House advisor is throwing some major shade at this new venture.

The former East Wing official said (per CNN), “This is ostensibly a quick moneymaker. I’m confused by it. It’s very random as a project and seems tone-deaf to release online artwork of yourself for $150. The timing seems odd too — Covid and natural disasters are impacting the country, and many people are struggling financially.”

We’d say “Melania’s Vision” is a flawless 20/20, given how she made news when she allegedly rolled her eyes at Ivanka Trump, as reported by Daily Mail, and when she was videotaped scowling and rolling her eyes at her husband, as reported by Independent.

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