OK Magazine’s report on January 12, 2024, states that Melania Trump’s mother, Amalija Knavs, passed away this week. Despite this, Donald Trump’s attention seems absorbed by his legal issues, such as a fraud trial and a town hall appearance in Iowa on January 10.
‘The View’ hosts, on their January 12 episode, emphasized his activities during his mother-in-law’s passing, prompting observations about his seemingly subdued public response to her death.
“Yesterday, I witnessed a multitude of his supporters, congressional backers, and others criticizing the judge for not delaying the trial to allow Trump to be with his mourning wife, who had just lost her mother.”
“Consider this: While Melania was at the hospital with her ailing mother in Miami, Trump was hosting a party at Mar-a-Lago. The day before the trial, he was in Iowa for a Fox News town hall, all while his wife grieved the loss of her mother.”
Melania, aged 53, revealed the sorrowful news of her mother’s passing earlier this week on social media, as reported by OK! magazine.
The former first lady conveyed the news of Amalija’s death with deep sadness, describing her as a strong woman who embodied grace, warmth, and dignity, dedicated to her family.
Melania expressed that Amalija’s absence will be profoundly felt, and her legacy will be revered and cherished. This announcement was made on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Tuesday, January 9.
Sharing her grief, Melania wrote on X, on Tuesday, January 9, “It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing of my beloved mother, Amalija.”
“Amalija Knavs was a strong woman who always carried herself with grace, warmth, and dignity. She was entirely devoted to her husband, daughters, grandson, and son-in-law. We will miss her beyond measure and continue to honor and love her legacy.”
While Donald, aged 77, attended a federal courthouse in Washington, D.C., where his lawyers argued for his immunity from prosecution related to the 2020 election, he later traveled to Iowa to discuss his potential candidacy for the presidency, without the company of Mela