Melania Trump
Everything To Know About Melania Trump’s NFT ‘Melania’s Vision’ Alex Edelman/Getty Images

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) searched Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago home last month, and the former President expressed his anger on social media about agents rummaging through his wife's personal items.

At the time, Trump posted on Truth Social that he had just learned that agents went through the "First Lady's closets and rummaged through her clothing and personal items. Surprisingly, left area in a relative mess. Wow!"

He was much angrier than his wife Melania Trump, five sources told CNN when asked about her recent activities. A person familiar with the former First Lady's response said that she cared, but "not like he cared." Another person said that the search "annoyed her." The source noted that it was the invasion of her privacy that prompted her to get upset, and not the nature of the probe that sparked the search or what it meant or might possibly come to mean for Trump.

But she has not been provoked enough to make a public statement about the raid. Instead, her public statements, which she posts on her Twitter account, have focused on non-fungible tokens (NFTs). It is her most apparent passion since leaving the White House. The second source said that Melania is private, and that "she's protective of her son and her home." Though annoyed that strangers went through her curated collection of clothes, shoes and bags, she was and remains characteristically quiet, said people who know her. One source said that Melania's thinking is, "if she's quiet, it will just go away."

Since the last few months, she has been giving significant attention to a business called USA Memorabilia. She uses her Twitter platform to promote NFTs that are created and sold by USA Memorabilia. Out of the 50 or so tweets that she has posted since mid-February, almost half have been retweets of those posted by USA Memorabilia's Twitter account or her own tweets plugging the NFTs on the site.

Meanwhile, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said in a court filing Tuesday night that US government documents were "likely concealed and removed" from a storage room at Mar-a-Lago. It was done as part of an effort to "obstruct" the FBI's investigation into Trump's potential mishandling of classified materials, reported CNN. The DOJ added that more than 320 classified documents have been found from the Florida property.

Melania Trump
Melania Trump listens as her husband Outgoing US President Donald Trump addresses guests at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on January 20, 2021. - President Trump and the First Lady travel to their Mar-a-Lago golf club residence in Palm Beach, Florida, and will not attend the inauguration for President-elect Joe Biden. Photo by Alex Edelman/AFP via Getty Images

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