Before I dive in here, I want to take a moment to remind you all that the only reason anyone has a single clue who Melania Knauss-turned-Trump is, is the fact that she’s married to Donald Trump.
Yea, I know, she was a “model.” But God’s honest truth, did you ever really know her as a model? Chances are, the answer to that is a resounding “NO.”
At best, you knew that Donald Trump’s girlfriend’s lady bits were plastered all over a few magazines. But at no point in her “career” was she any Cindy Crawford or Tyra Banks.
In fact, Melania Knauss wasn’t a particularly successful model at all. Over the years, several reports have indicated that she struggled pretty hard in the industry and ultimately she never quite “made it.” Frankly, how she ever managed to land an Einstein visa that was allegedly based on stellar modeling skills is a question for the ages.
When it really comes down to it, Melania’s fame and recognition boil down to nothing more than her riding the coattails of her husband’s name — first as a model and NYC elite all the way up to the White House.
And that brings me to my point.
No one’s wearing a surprised face when it comes to Melania Trump’s incessant hypocrisy from her position of power. However, a resurfaced video of an interview Mel sat down for with Fox News’ Sean Hannity back in 2018 has us all gagging a little harder.
During the exclusive Fox interview with America’s newest, and in my personal opinion worst First Lady, Hannity asked Melania what the hardest part of being the First Lady of the United States was.
And this woman had the AUDACITY to respond with “opportunists” who are using her name and the name of her family for personal advancement.
“I would say the opportunists who are using my name or my family name to advance themselves — from comedians, to journalists, to performers, book writers,” Melania answered the Fox host and long-time Trump BFF. “The problem is they’re writing history and it’s not correct.”
First Lady Melania Trump on the hardest part of her role: “I would say the opportunists who are using my name or my family name to advance themselves — from comedians, to journalists, to performers, book writers.”
“The problem is they’re writing history and it’s not correct.” pic.twitter.com/ILSL19MvCH
— Kyle Morris (@RealKyleMorris) December 13, 2018
Really, Melania?! REALLY?! This coming from the not-quite-legal Slovenian immigrant that just happened to be lucky enough to land herself the position of the mail-order bride Donald Trump decided to stick with for a few years?!
I’m afraid you’re the last person on the face of this earth that gets to whine about “opportunists,” considering you’d still be starving half to death in a shitty NYC apartment, praying they don’t take away the green card you didn’t rightfully earn if it weren’t for the “name” you used to advance yourself.
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