After over a dozen speakers addressed the crowd on the first Night of the Republican National Convention, Melania Trump took the stage after an introduction from her husband, GOP nominee Donald Trump. After initial praise, it was revealed that her speech was largely plagiarized from the2008 Democratic Convention speech given by Michelle Obama, but that isn't the only problem the Trump campaign has to deal with.

Melania's bust

It was cool, calm and collected, detailing her husband's life and times, while crafting a solid vision for the future. That was the overall tone of the Melania Trump speech on Monday night, but the campaign quickly became defensive when it was uncovered that it was lifted from the First Lady.

However, it appears that even more information about Mrs. Trump is not legit, as pointed out by The Huffington Post on July 19.

In the biography promoted by the campaign for Melania Trump, itstates that she obtained a "degree in design and architecture at University in Slovenia." While that would be something to be proud of, it appears that it's not true. According to her biographers, Bojan Pozar and Igor Omerza, Mrs. Trump never graduated from college, instead dropping out after her freshman year.

Described as a "college dropout" in her offical biography, "Melania Trump ― The Inside Story: From a Slovenian Communist Village to the White House," the authors didn't hold back.

"Melanija would have made it to her sophomore year, even having failed 2 exams, but she was supposed to have gotten and held a 1-month internship and kept a journal about it," the book notes, which accuses the Trump campaign of forcing Melania to say she had graduated when, in fact, she never did. As of press time, the Trump campaign has not responded to The Huffington Post's report.

Convention and future

The second day of the GOP convention will start later on Tuesday, and Trump is expected to accept the party's nomination on Thursday. Trump and others in the Republican party hope for an end to the controversy, but only time will tell how it will unravel.

Next up for the billionaire real estate mogul and his new vice president, Mike Pence, is the general election and race against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. Recent polls show Trump cutting into Clinton's lead, as the former Secretary of State has an advantage of just under five points on a national level.