Fashion magazines don’t want nothing to do with Melania Trump

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MElania trumpThe claim to fame is to be a model and marry an NBC reality star. Because of her background in fashion, you would think magazines would claim her presence on their covers. D list actor James woods complained about it on Twitter, see below:

Melania has only done one magazine cover since becoming First Lady, which Vanity Fair in Mexico in February 2017. See below:

Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Christian Sirano and Sophie Theallet all have refuse to dress Melania.

Why hasn’t she done more magazine covers and why don’t the designers dress her up? Well, let’s start with the fact that she doesn’t seem like she wants to be the first lady. She didn’t move into the White House until June – six months after her husband was elected. As the Washington post reported, it is seen but rarely heard. Also, if she sat down with a magazine for an interview, she would have to answer questions like: How is your platform anti-harassment but you are married to the biggest bully in the land? Did you really ask for an exorcism when you moved into the White House? What about Stormy Daniels? Hillary Clinton had to face a flood of questions as she and the First Lady weren’t hiding behind stilettos and sunglasses.

Having said that, Melania is not Michelle. Let’s go back to his epic magazine covers.

Is not she Lovely ?

First and foremost, in the diverse world of fashion, racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and everything else he hates about Trump don’t mesh well with fashonistas. This is the man she supports and let us never forget that she defended her racist movement from birth. In 2011, she babbled for Joy Béhar, “Do you want to see President Obama’s birth certificate or not?” It is not a birth certificate. She added: “It’s not just Donald who wants to see [Obama’s birth certificate]. It was the Americans who voted for him and who did not vote for him. They want to see this. See below:

That said, a magazine should put it on the cover if it uses the image below.

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