Melania Trump’s opening night speech at the Republican National Convention was heralded as a success Monday night – until critics pointed out multiple passages that appeared to be lifted nearly word-for-word from Michelle Obama’s address to the Democratic National Convention eight years ago.

After the similarities were pointed out, the Trump campaign admitted that the aspiring first lady’s talk ‘included fragments that reflected her own thinking’ but came from somewhere else.
By the time the seemingly-plagiarized portions of the speech became headline news Tuesday morning, Trump’s campaign chairman furiously denied that any of the remarks were intentionally lifted from the now-first lady’s speech – turning the focus instead on Hillary Clinton.

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