He hates to do it. We were never huge fans either. And yet, Melania Trump, one of the icons of the War Against Christmas, did it again: she decorated the White House.
Both a Crumb Day– festive ceremony and finale. The first lady, who for four years had nightmarishly covered the halls with blood-red trees and barren white branches, finally checks out for a job she admittedly hated.
– Who gives a fuck to Christmas stuff? Melania whimpered in a conversation with her former “friend,” Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who secretly picked up her tape two years ago and released it last month.
Melania never hid her emotions. Melania looked at this year’s presentation of tinsel and flickering trees, with contempt she could save if she stared at a raccoon rummaging in a discarded sugar cookie in the trash on December 26th.
“At this special time of the year, I am happy to share ‘Beautiful America’ and pay tribute to the majesty of our great Nation.” – Melania tweeted. “Together we celebrate this land we proudly call home.”
There was nothing separate from a man who stared at her husband’s first and only cycle mostly empty, uselessly into space, declaring a future where he could go back to New York and do anything that would make him happy. (Pilates? Adding Dior blazers to your Net-a-Porter shopping cart?)
Her casual dress – or at least the official photos she posed for – was just as cold. The appearance was also very unfeasible for the task, although Melania informed on Twitter that the real heavy lifting was done by plebeian “volunteers” and not by the well-groomed hands of the French.
He wore four-inch Louboutin heels, a long-chosen shoe for miserable rich women, a high-waisted pencil skirt, and a silver, wrinkled, buttoned blouse. It looked polished and assembled, and as much as it used to be. It’s another Marie Antoinette moment from Melania as we all just sway around our homes dressed in pants and fear. Let them wear a Givenchy sweater, this dress is snarling.
Melania presents herself as a formal, dressed, and commuting person while hovering in the supposedly residential home. Many Americans have spent much of this year learning about every corner and crack in drywall as a by-product of staying at home. ; our first lady is still gaping in her belt from an alien stay.
In contrast to the haunting, shady and probably haunted trees of recent years, and The brilliance-colored evergreens were set up in 2018, Melania’s last ornaments are in order.
Some may even consider the scene to be kind, perfect in that each piece has its place. Nevertheless, despite the traditional glamor, the whole thing is dominated by a long-lasting emptiness. What a very appropriate Christmas decoration for the Trump White House.