top of page

Melania Trump sculptor vows to restore torched masterpiece to its original glory

Slovenia - According to reports, a beloved wooden sculpture of first lady Melania Trump was set on fire on July 4 near her hometown in Slovenia. Now, the revered artist of the prized creation has vowed to restore the masterpiece.

Brad Downey, a German-based American artist, wrote via email, "I make this solemn vow to you, first lady Melania. I will defend your honor and restore your tribute to its original, unbridled glory."

Documents show Melania responded, "Hey Brad. I'm good. Seriously. You don't need to."

Downey responded, "But I must. It is my duty. I swear before God that I will devote my life to erasing any trace of malice, any shred of disrespect brought by this cowardly act. Rest assured, my lady. I will avenge you if it takes me until my dying breath. I shall avenge you."

Melania responded, "k."

Inquisitor Nashville reached out to Downey for comment, but he was reportedly chopping down a tree to be used in the restoration. First lady Trump also ignored our calls.

For more unbelievable stories, follow us on Facebook.

Good Mental Health is No Joke

The Inquisitor Nashville aims to promote positive mental health through the

power of laughter. If you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health

emergency, please encourage them to call the Tennessee Statewide Crisis Line at 1-855-CRISIS-1 (1-855-274-7471).


  • Facebook
  • Twitter
bottom of page