Alyssah Edwards has been the most outspoken supporter of the president of the United States since his inauguration, and she is not afraid to say so.
The 26-year-old from California is the first female president’s wife to endorse him.
In an interview with Fox News, Edwards was asked if the former president lied when he said that there was a special counsel looking into the Trump campaign’s possible ties to Russia.
“I don’s not care if he lied, I don’t think he was lying.
If he lied he should have told the truth,” she told Fox News.
Edwards was also asked if she was bothered by the fact that Trump has refused to accept the results of the election.
“He’s saying, ‘Oh well, it’s not a big deal, I’m going to win,'” she said.
“But, I know he has his reasons.
He has his lawyers.
And, we don’t know the answer.”
The former Miss Universe and former reality TV star said she was “very disappointed” by the election results.
“It’s not what we want to see, and we don t care,” she said, adding that she was still waiting for Trump to concede the election to her.
“So, we’re waiting for him to say that he’s going to concede,” Edwards continued.
“And, then we’ll see what happens.”
In the same interview, Edwards also spoke out against the lack of transparency surrounding the investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
She said, “If there’s something that I see happening, I can find out about it.”