W.H. Responds To Criticism Over Melania’s 9/11 Jacket

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First Lady Melania Trump is a mysterious woman reminiscent of Natasha in the early Rocky and Bullwinkle TV show. The sultry sunglassed cartoon character was partnered with a round little guy named Boris, and they both shared a foreign accent. Sometimes, it appears that the first lady is trying to send us a message, but is she?

Naturally, people have been interested in her fashion, and many emulate any first lady’s style. There was Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and her pillbox hats, and then there were Michelle Obama’s glamorous dresses. Given that Mrs. Trump was a high fashion model, that just adds to the intrigue.

People have been quick to notice the woman married to the most powerful man in the world. The woman who slapped his hand away as they walked down a red carpet. Ever since Melania Trump wore a green coat with the message “I don’t care. Do you?” people have been intrigued about whether she has been trying to send a message to Ameriicans or if her fashion statements have been simple coincidences.

White House press secretary for both Trumps, Stephanie Grisham, used to work solely for the first lady. She commented to The USA Newspaper:

‘It’s ridiculous.’

Was it, though?

Abe Caldwell tweeted a photo of Melania Trump’s navy coat during the recent 9/11 ceremony which she attended with the president. Caldwell asked the burning question:

‘Is…is that a plane crashing into one of the twin towers in the back of Melania’s coat?!?’

I’m sure I’m not the first one to spot this but who in the world thought it was a good idea for Melania to wear this coat in the 9/11 photo. It legit looks like an object is flying into a tower or the Washington Monument

Mrs. John Shepard wondered, too:

Melania wears a coat in thier 911 post that literally looks like a plane flew into a tower. Did they fire all the stylists too or is Melania just the biggest troll ever??’

🙄

Twitter world took off. Check out some of the strong feelings about the first lady’s coat:

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