Melania Trump considers fourth indictment 'problem for her husband not for her'

Former First Lady Melania Trump was notably absent for her husband Donald Trump’s last three arraignments – and she reportedly considers his fourth indictment not her problem.

Melania has a small family circle and very few friends she trusts, according to a social source.

‘Unlike others who belong to her husband’s clubs, she doesn’t rely on outside stimulants to guide her daily life. She has her son, other family members, and select friends,’ the anonymous source told People on Wednesday.

‘So this fourth indictment is another problem for her husband. Not for her.’

The report came two days after ex-President Trump and 18 of his allies were hit with an indictment out of Fulton County, Georgia, for their alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Trump has been charged with 13 felony counts including conspiracy, violating Georgia’s anti-racketeering law, false statements and asking a public official to violate an oath of office.

Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is giving Trump and his co-defendants until August 25 at noon to ‘voluntarily surrender’. Fulton County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Natalie Ammons said ‘it is expected that all 19 defendants named in the indictment will be booked at the Rice Street Jail’.

The first lady has been largely absent from the public eye amid her husband’s legal troubles.

‘Melania publicly supports her husband but privately prefers a life with 100 percent privacy and no press scrutiny,’ the source said.

‘She knows how her husband is but still believes there has been too much dumping on him and wants nothing to do with any of it.

‘She hates all of the legal problems and says very little about them anytime anywhere. She leads her own life.’

Her husband faces a total of 91 criminal counts across four probes. Some of the charges carry prison time upon conviction.

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