Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpClinton takes swipe at 'false equivalency' in media coverage of 2016 election Trump asked Netanyahu if he actually cares about peace: report Official: Trump to urge North Korea to dismantle nuclear program in return for sanctions relief MORE's wife has some advice for the Republican presidential candidate who has garnered intense criticism for his remarks both on and off social media: Stay away from retweets.

"Sometimes I feel that, you know, the retweets sometimes get him in trouble," Melania said during a Fox News interview Monday night with Sean Hannity. "So I say, stay away from retweets."
 
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"She does say that," adding a nodding Donald Trump, who was seated next to his wife during the appearance the night before the Wisconsin primary.
 
Trump caught flak for sharing a photo last month comparing an unflattering image of rival Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzCruz's Dem challenger slams Time piece praising Trump Race for Republican Speaker rare chance to unify party for election 32 male senators back Senate women's calls to change harassment rules MORE's wife Heidi with a glamor shot of Melania, a former model. Trump said his tweet was in response to an ad from a pro-Cruz super-PAC that featured a nude photo of Melania from a 2000 photo shoot with British GQ.
 
Melania Trump hit the trail with her husband on Monday after he also faced criticism over his handling of questions about abortion in several interviews in recent days.
 
In February, he retweeted but then deleted support from an account called "WhiteGenocideTM." An earlier tweet from the account remains in Trump's feed. He's also retweeted a Mussolini quote and inaccurate crime stats on racial groups, among other items.
 
Trump has repeatedly said that his wife urges him to act "more presidential." During a rally in Wisconsin on Monday, Trump suggested it'd be "boring as hell" if he acted more presidential, suggesting he'd have smaller crowd sizes and saying, "Let me be unpresidential just for a little while longer."