T.I.'s video, which exhibited Marden in the Oval Office and donned only in the "I REALLY DON'T CARE DO U?" jacket made infamous by Melania Trump sparked intense outrage when the fake Melania is seen stripping and defacing a presidential portrait of Trump with red spray paint.
Melania Trump says she is not letting President Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs distract her from her main goals as first lady.
"Somebody was going to hit me with their auto", she told "Inside Edition". "They had a problem, but she's fine", Trump said in an interview on Fox Business News.More news: Canada is already running out of weed just days after legalisation
And, unfortunately, the model who portrayed Melania in the video is now receiving a considerable amount of death threats.
"So they've [Donald and Melania Trump] got some thick skin", Marden added.
When asked if she had felt hurt after the accusations against her husband first arose, the first lady said: "It's not always pleasant, of course, but I know what is right and what is wrong and what is true or not true". The plane had a "minor mechanical issue", after the plane took off for Philadelphia, the first lady's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said in an emailed statement. I'm a mother and a first lady, and I have much more important things to think about and to do.More news: Piercy leads, Koepka lurks at PGA tour event in S. Korea
The incident, which took place early Wednesday morning, forced the pilot to return to Andrews air base in Maryland, from where the plane had taken off 10 minutes earlier, according to reporters accompanying the first lady, Efe reported.
Rapper T.I. caused waves of controversy when he released a music video depicting Melania Trump as a nude stripper in the Oval Office.
"There is no need for death threats", Marden, as Melania, adds. "Life is short. Relax".More news: Kim Kardashian West: I'm uncomfortable in the bedroom