First Lady Melania Trump showed up to Tuesday’s State of the Union address looking as gorgeous as ever.
In fact, she may have trolled a certain twice-failed presidential candidate in the process.
Check it out…
From BizPac Review:
The First Lady, controversially, held a separate meet-and-greet before the State of the Union, which honored MS-13 gang victims, beneficiaries of the GOP tax cuts, and military heroes. She also sent tongues wagging by traveling to the State of the Union separately from the President.
Melania Trump may have gotten the last laugh with her choice of attire for the State of the Union.
Here’s what the first lady wore…
Does Melania’s outfit remind you of anyone? Possibly a ‘hidden message’ for Hillary Clinton?
Melania for the win? Without question.
Regardless of what she wears, she always looks stunning.
More from Fox News:
Though FLOTUS did not sport an American designer, she did support a woman by donning Dior, as Maria Grazia Chiuri is the fashion house’s first female artistic director. Melania’s all-white ensemble starkly contrasted the black attire some Democratic members of congress wore in ode to the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse and harassment.
Whether the white pantsuit was a political statement or simple fashion choice, the former model has embraced the power of sartorial messaging in her high-profile role.
Reading between the seams, FLOTUS’ communications director Stephanie Grishman has previously said that while Melania knows how to dress to make statement, her detractors cannot shake her passion for her role.
“She knows she is representing the United States, and wants to be sure she is appropriate in all that she does,” Grisham said in a November interview. “Mrs. Trump will never fit into a mold and is not concerned about the comparisons often made of her. The first lady wishes to make a difference in our country and hopes that regardless of political affiliation, everyone will realize she is her own individual.”
Naturally, far left nutjob Sally Kohn accused Melania of racism.
CNN’s Sally Kohn looks like a dude and dresses like a lumberjack, but suddenly she is a fashion expert. Mostly because it involves attacking the President and First Lady. You see, Melania Trump wore white to the State of the Union address and Kohn feels like that is not only a fashion faux pas, but also an overt symbol of white supremacy. Yeah, were are at the point were the Resistance accuses a simple stylish outfit worn by Donald Trump’s wife as racism.
You get it? Trump is racist, his supporters are racist, and Melania was signaling the white supremacists with her choice of outfits. According to Sally Kohn, Melania Trump is a white power Nazi for wearing white to the SOTU address. And CNN wonders why nobody trusts them as a news source anymore.
Then again, maybe Kohn is on to something. Perhaps wearing white is an act of racism. I did a little digging and I found these other racists expressing their white supremacy through fashion.
Here’s Hillary Clinton in an alt-right white nationalist pantsuit:
You have to forgive the left. They’re like children. They know not what they do.
[Note: This post was written by John S. Roberts]