UPDATE: Nude Photo of Melania Trump With Another Woman Resurfaces
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UPDATE: Nude Photo of Melania Trump With Another Woman Resurfaces


UPDATE (8/01/16 at 12:19 p.m. ET):

We can now all see the photo of Melania Trump posing nude with another woman just three years before she met husband Donald Trump.

The picture, which was obtained by the New York Post, was taken when the potential First Lady — who went by Melania K — was 25 years old and shows her posing naked next to fellow model Emma Eriksson.

“I always loved women together, because I have been with a lot of women who desired the ménage à trois,” said Jarl Ale de Basseville, the photographer.

The photos were featured in the January 1996 issue of Max Magazine.

ORIGINAL (7/31/16 at 7:14 p.m. ET):

Has the New York Post gone too far? That's the question some are asking after the tabloid published rare nude photographs of Melania Trump in its July 31 edition.

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The paper even put a photo of the possible future First Lady on its cover, where she appears fully nude with only small, superimposed stars covering her nipples. The headline reads, "The Ogle Office."

Inside, the paper features even racier photographs of the Slovenian native, with angles from the front, side, and back — and not much in the way of censorship.

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The pictures were taken in 1995, when the model was 25-years-old and went by the name "Melania K." French photographer Jarl Alé Alexandre de Basseville took the pics, and says they were taken in Manhattan for French men's magazine, Max — though some obtained by the Post had never been published.

Donald Trump, Melania's husband, previously became irate when partly-nude photos of his wife from a 2000 British GQ spread were used against him by Ted Cruz supporters during the Republican Primaries.

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Neither the Republican nominee nor Melania have responded yet to these latest photos, but the Trump campaign's senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, did, telling CNN, "They're a celebration of the human body as art. There's nothing to be embarrassed about with the photos. She's a beautiful woman."

Buckle up, everyone. This election isn't over until November.