Melania Trump, Lou Gehrig

The political news world went into shock Monday night when Melania Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention appeared to include similarities with a 2008 DNC speech by Michelle Obama. People started throwing the "p-word" around: plagiarism.

Well, people forgot Melania Trump has actually given the sports world some of its most quotable moments. See:

Melania's "Luckiest Woman" speech at Yankee Stadium, 1939:

Melania's "Practice" rant, 2002:

Melania-Liston II, 1965:

Melania won six NBA titles in the 1990s:

Melania's "The Decision," 2010:

Melania's "Don't Ever Give Up" speech at the 1993 ESPY Awards:

Melania's locker room address to the 1980 U.S. Olympic Ice Hockey Team:

Melania's 2000s stint in as a Texas high school football coach:

Melania's "You Play to Win the Game" speech, 2002:

When Melania let her opponent off the hook, 2006:

When Melania couldn't contain her excitement for Pittsburgh, 2011:

Melania thanked her mom while accepting the 2013-14 NBA MVP trophy:

A clip of Melania's next speech has already surfaced:

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