Former President Donald Trump is presently on trial for hush money payments made to Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about an alleged affair he had with her, and his wife Melania Trump's take on the topic has emerged.

Sources told OK! Magazine that, despite the year-long ordeal since the accusations were brought, Melania's views have barely minimally changed.

According to Katie Rogers, a renowned writer for The New York Times, Melania regards the current judicial processes as "a disgrace" and believes the trial is unjust, which aligns with the ex-president's conviction that this case constitutes electoral meddling.

Rogers' perspective, gleaned from sources close to the incident, sheds light on the former first lady's shifting posture over the dispute.

The article discusses Melania's initial reaction to the 2018 incident and how she may "make or break" Donald's 2024 campaign.

Melania was reportedly upset when she learned of Stormy's hush money payment. This rage manifested itself in the cancellation of a joint trip to Switzerland with her husband.

She then paid an unexpected visit to the Holocaust Memorial Museum, followed by a getaway to Mar-a-Lago, the Trumps' estate in Palm Beach, Florida, where she spent some time relaxing at the spa.

According to the account, she ultimately returned, only to drive separately to her husband's State of the Union speech and appear on the arm of a male military aide.

Despite the ongoing trial against Donald for allegedly falsifying records related to the alleged Stormy affair, Melania maintains her distance from the matter.

According to Rogers' story, the former first lady's absence from major events, such as the trial's opening days and Trump's recent political meetings, demonstrates her disdain and the belief that this legal battle is "his problem" rather than a shared one.

Stephanie Grisham, Melania's former press secretary, shed more light on the dynamics of the Trump household.

She disclosed Melania's first "displeasure" with her husband when she learned about the hush money payment, as well as her initial absence because she "wanted him to be a little humiliated."

“At the end of the day, she can make or break his candidacy. And at the end of the day, she could probably make or break him. When we were in the White House and the news first hit with Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal, the Playboy Playmate, I was with Mrs. Trump the whole time, and she wasn't happy about it. Many days she talked to me about how unhappy she was about everything that was happening,” Grisham stated.

Meanwhile, Melania Trump was enraged in January 2018 when she learned that her husband had paid off a porn star. She flew to Palm Beach, leaving the president to suffer in Washington. She ultimately returned but took a separate car to Donald J. Trump's first State of the Union address.

Melania did not present in a criminal trial against Donald, which began on Monday on charges that he manipulated records to cover up the Stormy Daniels sex scandal, The New York Times reported. She has often informally referred to Daniels' predicament as "his problem" rather than her own.

However, according to some people acquainted with Melania’s thinking, she agrees with him that the trial is unjust.

According to a person with firsthand knowledge of her statements who could not speak publicly for fear of jeopardizing a personal relationship with the Trumps, she has termed the proceedings "a disgrace" and tantamount to electoral interference.

Melania may support her husband, but she will undoubtedly see news about Donald and Daniels that may rekindle old scars. On Monday, Justice Juan M. Merchan, the case's presiding judge, stated that Mrs. Trump could be one of the potential witnesses once the trial begins.

All of this could put Donald on shaky ground with his wife, who has defended him in some critical moments — including when he boasted on tape about grabbing women by their genitals — while withholding public support in others, such as when she did not appear alongside him as he secured victories on Super Tuesday.