Donald Trump has called his wife Melania the ‘greatest of all time’ despite fashion magazines refusing to put her on their covers over the past four years.
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, 50, will soon move out of the White House, and the President has whined about the former model being passed over for magazine covers throughout his tenure. “The greatest of all time. Fake News!” he tweeted on Christmas Day. The comment came in response to a post from right-wing news outlet Breitbart, which shared an article about the First Lady’s outfit worn on her way to Mar-a-Lago for the holiday season. “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,” the tweet read. Although she’s a former model, Melania has appeared mostly uninterested in both fashion and politics while in office, famously wearing a Zara jacket featuring the words “I Don’t Care” while on a trip to see detained migrant children near the Mexican border.
Melania’s former BFF, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, 50, who is the author of Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady, recently opened up about an alleged rocky relationship between the First Lady and her step daughter Ivanka Trump. The outspoken ex-senior advisor described the First Daughter as “a mixture” of “dumb and evil.”
“Listen, I say it as it is. I think it’s a mixture. I really do,” she answered after Molly Jong-Fast brought up the “dumb” and “evil” question in a new telling interview. “I think that Ivanka is Donald in a suit, right? All of the Trumps are taught to be Trumps. They don’t show emotion.” She added, “A Trump is a Trump because they are authentically and unapologetically skin deep, and also self-serving. And their attitudes and disrespect for each other is, again, you have to get inside to see it.”
Stephanie went on to explain how Ivanka “overstepped” and “impinged” on her stepmom, Melania‘s “duties.” “So [Ivanka] impinged on Melania’s duties while overstepping her rank and boundaries,” she alleged. “And I mean that in a sense like she poached individuals that were for the East Wing, that we were vetting to have—Kayleigh McEnany, Mercedes Schlapp. I mean, these were people Melania was looking to bring in.”
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