She also scorned unspecified "false misleading accusations" about her from people she said are "looking to be relevant".
Much like her husband, Melania has echoed claims of voter fraud and has not acknowledged Joe Biden's victory.
Melania added it is time for the USA and its citizens to "heal" and nobody should use it "for personal gain". "It should not be used for personal gain", Trump wrote. The only "personal attack" I've witnessed of Melania is reporting that while the Capitol was being overrun by domestic terrorists egged on by her husband, she was busy supervising a photoshoot for ... rugs.
She goes on to explain she values the right of free speech, adding with that in mind. folks should pause and look at things from all perspectives.
"I absolutely condemn the violence" that unfolded at the Capitol and people should "never make assumptions based on the color of a person's skin or use differing political ideologies as a basis for aggression and viciousness", Melania Trump said in the written statement. "Violence is never acceptable", she wrote.
Melania asserted that it was "inspiring" to see the huge passion to participate in November 3 presidential election but that "passion" should not be turned into "violence". People have lied on her, and this is the injustice against which we must rally on "Our Path Forward".
Moments throughout the year had been defined by the "unwavering resolve" Americans had shown in helping each other, Mrs Trump said.
"I am disappointed and disheartened with what happened last week", the first lady, whose "Be Best" platform centres on civility and kindness, said in the post early Monday morning (Monday evening AEDT).
"Like all of you, I have reflected on the past year and how the invisible enemy, Covid-19, swept across our attractive country. God bless you all and God bless the United States of America".
"It has been the honor of my lifetime to serve as your first lady".
After a brief ban, Trump returned to Twitter Thursday night.
"We no longer have the freedom to express our viewpoints without persecution in America so I don't know what you're talking about", another argued.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, along with US Democrats, said they would push to remove Donald Trump from office during the final days of his administration after his supporters' violent attack on the Capitol, with some Republicans supporting the move.
The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives is expected to take up the matter as early as Wednesday.