Melania Trump is not exactly known as one of history’s favorite first laddies, but who knew that she was as hated as she is when she is rarely even seen in public. When she is in public, Melania is very stiff and emotionless. She either paints on a plastic smile or she stares straight-faced into the distance as if she’s contemplating the massive blunders in her life.
Melania Trump was just booed at an event at University of Maryland Baltimore College, per pool report.
She was "greeted with some cheers but also a resounding chorus of loud boos, which lasted for about one minute."
— Jennifer Bendery (@jbendery) November 26, 2019
Monday, at the B’More Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness event in Baltimore, Melania did the painted-on smile thing when she got crazy boos from the crowd of young people. Melania pretended as if nothing was happening, (her go-to coping mechanism) but it was clear that no one wanted her there. The host of the event eventually silenced the crowd by changing the subject.
Check out the awkward video below:
— EMN (@EMN) November 26, 2019
This woman could literally survive anything after being married to Donald Trump for so long. She must be made of solid steel at this point. The rest of the world agrees. Check out what people are saying on Twitter:
How simply frightful.
How delightful. https://t.co/YdEZZVTzWk
— Benjamin Dreyer (@BCDreyer) November 26, 2019
Sounds like Melania was hounded off the stage.
Marrying a criminal and sociopath, and doing his dirty work, does have consequences.
She can always leave. https://t.co/OZO2tNfszp
— Michelangelo Signorile (@MSignorile) November 26, 2019
According to The Baltimore Sun:
The educational event is being held at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Event Center. It is designed for middle school and high school students.
Trump’s “Be Best” initiative focuses on issues facing children, including online safety and opioid abuse.
Tuesday’s event is presented by the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation, which raises funds for youth programs;, and the Drug Enforcement Administration’s 360 Strategy, which is designed to combat heroin and opioid use.
Check out the responses to the video above here: