The profile claimed Melania has a degree in design and architecture, when really she dropped out of university before obtaining the degree. Melania, who comes from Slovenia, decided to quit studying and pursue modelling full-time in the 1990s. She dropped out and moved to Italy, and then to the US in 1996.
However, the RNC programme from 2016 read: “After obtaining a degree in design and architecture at university in Slovenia, Melania was jetting between photo shoots in Paris and Milan, finally settling in New York in 1996.”
Melania has been modelling since she was five years old, and started doing commercial work at 16, when she posed for Slovenian fashion photographer, Stane Jerko.
At 18, she signed with a modelling agency in Milan, Italy.
She did enrol at the University of Ljubljana and attended classes for a year, but never graduated.
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Melania Trump never graduated university, contrary to the RNC programme (Image: GETTY)
Melania and Donald Trump, with their son Barron, at the RNC 2016 (Image: GETTY)
According to CBS News, the official public records of the university do not list Melania as having graduated from there with a degree.
According to GQ, she dropped out after a year when she packed it in to focus on her modelling career.
However, this is not the only thing about Melania that grabbed headlines after the RNC in 2016.
Her speech at the convention in Cleveland, Ohio, was questioned over its similarities to a speech by Michelle Obama.
Melania and Michelle's speeches were eerily similar in partsG (Image: GETTY)
Some listeners claimed she must have copied the then-First Lady.
Certain parts of the speech – about the necessity of hard