Melania Trump has described the shortage of baby formula nationwide as ‘heartbreaking’ – using her first interview since leaving the White House to say the crisis was down to ‘leadership’.
The former first lady sat down with Fox News’s Pete Hegseth for an interview to be aired in full on Sunday.
In a clip released on Friday night, Hegseth asked for her views on the baby formula problem.
‘It’s heartbreaking to see that they are struggling and the food is not available for children in 21st century in the United States of America,’ she said.
Asked what was causing the shortages, took aim at Joe Biden’s administration and replied: ‘Leadership.’
When Hegseth asked if she meant a lack of leadership, she said: ‘Yeah.’
Melania Trump on Friday gave her first interview since leaving the White…
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