• Donald Trump said he and Melania Trump never argue
  • Donald Trump said public would be lucky to have Melania as their first lady
  • Donald Trump reportedly had mild to moderate dyslexia

Donald Trump said he never argue with wife Melania Trump.

The president and first lady are not very sweet to each other lately. In fact, they never greeted each other on social media last month to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary. Trump was also very quiet on Valentine’s day and didn’t mention his wife in any of his tweets to commemorate the occasion. However, in their previous interviews, the POTUS shared juicy details about their relationship.

“We were together five years, we literally have never had an argument or forget the word fight. We never even had an argument. We just are very compatible, we get along,” Trump said in an interview with CNN as shared on Twitter.

Before Trump was elected as the U.S. president, he gushed about his wife being the first lady. According to him, if he would be given the chance to be the president, the public would be lucky to have his wife Melania, as the first lady.

“If I’m lucky enough to win, the public would be so lucky to have Melania as the first lady. She will be so beautiful and elegant and good from the heart. She will be a fabulous first lady,” Trump said about his wife.

Two decades ago, Melania was also asked if she could picture herself as the next first lady. The FLOTUS gave a positive response and said that she would support Trump and stand by her husband’s side. She also confessed that she would emulate the first ladies of America in the past, especially Jackie Kennedy and Betty Ford.

Melania also added that she was confident with Trump’s leadership skills. She was convinced that her then-boyfriend, Trump, would eventually run in the position and could win the presidential race because for her, Trump was very smart. He knew how to do business, so he would make a great leader.

In related news, according to Harriet Feinberg, a retired educator who taught English at the University of Massachusetts in Boston, Trump has a “mild to moderate dyslexia.” She believed that this condition contributed to the POTUS’ aversion to reading and his twisted behavior.

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa