However, luckily for the entire Donald Trump campaign, our potential FLOTUS just redeemed her RNC disaster by delivering a pretty powerful speech in Berwyn, Pennsylvania on Thursday.
She said that if she becomes first lady she will advocate on behalf of children hurt by online bullying and women in poverty.
Melania Trump also went through her now-familiar life story of growing up in communist Slovenia, how she was inspired by Ronald Reagan, her career as a model in Paris and Milan and how she "followed her dreams" to America.
Receiving U.S. citizenship after a 10-year process, she said, was "the greatest privilege in the world".
Melania Trump has called those women liars.
She said, "We can not call ourselves a fully developed or advanced nation when 50 per cent of our women live in poverty; when 60 million are without health insurance". She said "fragile" children and teens are the victims of "mean words" and are made fun of for being ugly or dumb.
Melania Trump was introduced by Karen Pence, the wife of the Republican nominee's running mate Mike Pence.
Trump's wife has stayed mostly out of the spotlight since her speech at this year's Republican National Convention, which included a section taken directly from Michelle Obama's 2008 convention speech.
"I want my little boy to know he has been blessed to be born in a country that values individual freedom and constitutional democracy", she said.
The Donald has enlisted the help of his wife at a rally in Pennsylvania - a state he nearly certainly must win to take the election.
She also said that if her husband was elected, she would use her role to combat online bullying. "Donald Trump will make America fair". "What's in the media, I don't think portrays his record and how he deals with women".
Then things got even more weird, as she told the boisterous crowd, "We need kindness honesty, respect, compassion, charity, understanding and cooperation", as a nation.
Most college educated suburban women favor Clinton, polls show, and many have been offended by Trump's crude remarks.