Donald Trump Sighs About Melania Trump Not Being A Cover On Magazine As First Lady
President of the United States Donald Trump expects to move out from the White House soon. Before that, Donald blurts out his remarks towards fashion magazines, refusing to appoint Melania Trump as a cover.
Donald Trump compliments wife, Melania Trump
Hollywood Life reported that Donald whined about the First Lady Melania, a former model, getting rejects over magazine covers during their stay in the White House.
Donald took to Twitter to publicize his remarks, saying, "The greatest of all time. Fake News!" The tweet comes in handy on Christmas Day, Dec. 25 (Friday), shocking the populace.
Donald's words respond to a post from Breitbart News saying Melania has been snubbed off the covers in magazines for four years. "The elitist snobs in the fashion press have kept the most elegant First Lady in American history off the covers of their magazines for 4 consecutive years," Breitbart News wrote on Twitter, leading Donald to the response.
The greatest of all time. Fake News! https://t.co/jiWjLrynQW— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 25, 2020
Melania Trump's fashion sensibility
Throughout the four years Donald sat on the administration, it was apparent that the First Lady does not have a fashion sense or dealing with politics itself. She was previously spotted wearing a Zara jacket with "I Don't Care" writings while going on a trip to visit detained immigrant children at the Mexican border.
Melania falls short in getting a magazine cover feature. Meanwhile, the former First Lady Michelle Obama landed 12 magazine covers throughout the two terms sat by former President Barack Obama, per Businessinsider. The magazine covers graced by Michelle include three prestigious covers from Vogue.
That said, Vogue is against the Trump administration, where editor Anna Wintour said that the magazine has to stand for what they believe in. Adding spice to the heated topic, Melania ridiculed Beyonce being the magazine's cover through a leaked phone call.
However, Melania previously appeared in Vogue before becoming Mrs. Trump and before she became the First Lady, according to Independent.
On the other hand, aside from Vogue, Melania's husband took his words against TIME Magazine for naming young activist Greta Thunberg as Person of the Year in 2019. Donald previously holds the title in 2016 but was not delighted when Greta snatched the title a few years after.
Moreover, netizens took Donald's tweet in the trash bin, as they find no sense in it. Almost all netizens on Twitter agree with Breitbart, alongside calling the president out for another whine segment.