Melania Trump's private nature and small circle of trust has insiders pegging her as a 'radical First Lady' who is different than a lot her modern predecessors.
In the CNN documentary, 'Woman of Mystery – Melania Trump,' various writers and insiders also claim that the First Lady's more noticeable fashion moments are actually times when she is pushing back on President Donald Trump.
The hour-long documentary was supposed to be a behind-the-scenes, in-depth look into the First Lady's life. CNN notes that the First Lady hardly lets cameras get such access to her everyday life.
But while various clips showed Melania 'in action,' the former model failed to speak on camera save for a few pre-recorded clips from various interviews.
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In the CNN documentary, 'Woman of Mystery – Melania Trump,' various insiders painted the First Lady as actually being a bit of a rebel
The documentary was supposed to offer an in-depth looked at the First Lady's everyday life but Melania did not speak directly to cameras (pictured in London on June 3)
Instead, the First Lady's Communications Director - Stephanie Grisham - and Kellyanne Conway offered words of support for Melania and her relationship with the President.
'She is very, very independent and she does things her way,' Grisham said on the special.
The First Lady's press secretary explained that Melania is prone to only have roughly 12 to 15 people on her staff, a stark difference from Michelle Obama's 25-30 and thew tendency for first ladies to have more.
Grisham asserted: 'We know that she does value her privacy so that's very important to us. We are very very loyal to her. That's not to say people aren't loyal in the west wing but when it's a smaller staff, I do think it's easier to keep things contained.'
Instead, the First Lady's Communications Director - Stephanie Grisham - and Kellyanne Conway offered words of support for Melania and her relationship with the President
Conway cosigned the sentiment.
'Melania Trump is never beholden to the Washington ways of broadcasting everything you're thinking and doing,' she added.
The Counselor to the President described Melania as being 'a radical first lady' who will 'always do what she thinks is right.'
The Counselor to the President described Melania as being 'a radical first lady' who will 'always do what she thinks is right'
'She is someone that came to the position not necessarily wanting to be first lady but re-imagining it in a unique way,' Conway declared. 'She is fiercely guided and private in a way we haven't seen since Jackie Kennedy. Even more so than Jackie Kennedy.'
And both women were quick to point out that Mrs. Trump is not a damsel in distress, pointing to the work she has done with the Be Best campaign and her diligence with planning White House Events.
They also asserted that Melania is nothing but supportive of her controversial husband.
Conway said: 'That is probably one of the undercovered stories of the 2016 campaign is how steady and supportive Mrs. Trump was.
'They are like any other happily married couple. I see a lot of things behind the scenes. They're very affectionate toward one another and they laugh a lot and they talk and they're open with each other.'
But many insiders look to Melania's action and fashion choices to interpret her true feelings towards her husband and the presidency.
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