The woman who wants to be first lady, Melania Trump, came under fire yesterday following her address at the Republican National Convention.
Trump, who was a keynote speaker at the event, gave a very similar speech to Michelle Obama's convention speech from 2008.
But the alleged plagiarism isn't the only thing raising eyebrows about Trump.
Media reports are surfacing that the Trump campaign has lied about Melania Trump's education.
The official RNC schedule says that Trump acquired a degree in design and architecture at university in Slovenia.
The program says Trump began modeling in Milan (1988), and moved to New York (1996). When she graduated isn't specified, "so we're left to assume that the degree acquisition happened sometime in that range," Gawker says.
According to the New York Times and the New Yorker, Trump never graduated.
The Times notes "Melania's entire family sensed potential in her modeling. After high school, she concentrated on her career, dropping out of architecture school. (She still claims on her website to have graduated.)"
The New Yorker's article The model American, reads: "Her website states that she obtained a degree in architecture and design from the University of Ljubljana when in fact she dropped out in her first year."