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Melania Trump Wants Donald To Quit This One Thing

In an interview with NBC's "Today" show, Melania Trump was asked which of her husband's habits she wishes he would give up. Melania thought for a bit before saying, "Let's see. The Tweeting." Trump laughed at her, pointing his finger and saying "That's funny."

During the on-set segment, Trump was mostly silent while his children proudly spoke of their father's presidential run. Ivanka stated he had "tremendous empathy."

After Melania's comment, co-host Matt Lauer said, "Let's end it there. That is the quietest Donald Trump has ever been for seven minutes in his life." Donald Trump Jr. responded, "I can verify that, Matt. I can verify that."

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