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(Deep State? Gay Mafia? Immigrant sweatshop workers? Who can say?)
We're idly curious why the Post didn't mention whether Mme. Trump's press representatives were contacted (or responded) as to how many requests her majesty has received/turned down/whatever. Maybe the First Mail Order Bride of These United Snakes just doesn't want to remind people that she's a squeaky-voiced furriner whose husband cheats on her w/ other phony-breasted (but actually American) women.Magazines are showing no love for Melania Trump.
The internet was in a tizzy last week when actor James Woods pointed out via Twitter that the first lady hasn’t been a muse for the magazine industry since her husband, President Trump, took office.
Woods tweeted: “If the Trumps were Democrats, Melania would be on every cover of every chic women’s magazine in the world every month.”
The tweet, which was accompanied by an old photo of the first lady sitting in a gilded chair in a pale blue strapless dress, struck a chord, garnering 62,000 likes, 20,000 retweets and 4,900 comments.
During her tenure as first lady, Melania has only graced one magazine cover — Vanity Fair Mexico — in February 2017.
At the time, the cover caused a commotion due to the president’s insistence that Mexico pay for a border wall, something that has yet to come to fruition.
Regardless, not one American magazine has put the former model on its cover, although rumors did swirl in December 2016 when Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief of Vogue, paid a visit to Trump Tower.
The fashion industry buzzed that Wintour was prepping to feature the Trumps on the fashion bible’s cover. That rumor turned out to be a lot of hot air.
But Wintour, an Obama fundraiser, did pull out all the stops for Michelle Obama when she served as first lady from 2009 to 2017.
During Barack Obama’s eight-year presidency, Michelle appeared on at least 30 US magazine covers, three of which were Vogue.
She also appeared twice on the covers of Essence magazine, Time magazine, More magazine and Glamour magazine. Other covers included Redbook, InStyle, and Radar.
A rep for the Obamas didn’t return requests seeking a precise number of covers.