Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Teresa Giudice Has Dinner With Trump Official While RHONJ Fans Petition For The President To Pardon Her Husband Joe -

Fans of Real Housewives of New Jersey have been pleading with the president to pardon Joe Giudice as he awaits a decision regarding his deportation to Italy. That being said, it seemed like his wife, Teresa had also been making some steps in the same direction since she was spotted at dinner with someone part of Donald Trump’s administration.

As you know, Jow appealed the first decision to get him deported but it was rejected much to his disappointment and desperation.

While still in the ICE custody, the man who’s served his prison sentence was not even able to spend Easter with his family.

But after his appeal was denied, a great number of RHONJ fans were quick to try and save him from deportation by signing a petition for Trump to pardon his likely sentence.

Coincidently, not too long before the petition was launched, Teresa was seen having dinner with none other than the Administrator of Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for Region II, Lynne Patton.

The politician oversees New York and New Jersey so this is in her realm of expertise.

However, as it turns out, Teresa did not meet Lynne to ask her to save Joe or anything.

‘OMG! @lynnepatton IS going to be on a REALITY show! OMG, @teresagiudice must be seeking a pardon for her HUSBAND!!’ Lynne captioned a snap with Teresa.

‘Or GEE! Maybe it’s just TWO LONGTIME FRIENDS having DINNER for f*cks sake. #BuckleUpForFakeNews,’ Lynne also added, making it clear that Teresa was not pulling a so-called ‘Kim Kardashian.’

As for the petition, it reads: ‘Joe Giudice has recently served his time in Federal Prison and was sent to ICE where the recent news of his request for him not to get deported from the United States of America was denied. This man needs to come home to his wife and 4 daughters. Joe committed a minor crime where he did his time, paid everything him and his family owed(sic) and now it is time to come home.’


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