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Did You Notice This About Melania Trump’s Dress?

If you're a Trump, or associated with the Trumps, or if you happen to support a Trump, or have even accidentally brushed someone with the name of Trump on a crowded subway, you're going to get slammed these days no matter what you do. It seems that the political knee-jerk reaction to all things Trump spill out over every aspect of life. Lately, it was the first lady who got slammed for her choice of dress. There was actually a meaning behind it.

On February 3, First Lady Melania Trump reunited with her husband at their Palm Beach, Florida second home. With the FLOTUS living in New York and the POTUS in Washington D.C., the couple seem to look forward to these weekends together. And the sight of them gives Trump resisters a whole new slew of things to nit-pick.

On the third, the focus was on Melania's dress. The first lady wore a stunning, bright red, long-sleeved dress designed by Givenchy, a French fashion designer. Uproar ensued. Why was the First Lady wearing a foreign-made fashion? What about her husbands 'America first' campaign? Had the former model, herself a European, jumped ship on her husband and the U.S.A?

Not exactly. Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, White House spokesperson, explained why the First Lady wears both American and European designer clothes. "Mrs. Trump is a proud and longtime supporter of American fashion," she said in a statement. "She appreciates fashion as art. As a former model, she has always been a patron of the world's most distinguished designers both here and abroad. Mrs. Trump buys from an international mix of brands because that is what reflects her uniquely American life experience and style. She is more excited than ever to make a platform for American designers as she did on one of the most important weeks in history, the Inauguration, showcasing the extraordinary talents of American designers."

Designers, most of whom caved in to liberal pressure, have largely turned their back on Mrs. Trump. Though they can't do anything about her wearing fashions of theirs the first lady purchased at stores, or already owned, they have refused to dress her for any occasion in new garb.

The saddest thing, however, is that Melania Trump was actually trying to send a subtle message that day with her red dress. Because of everyone's war on all things Trump, it almost went completely missed.

February 3 is National Wear Red Day, an initiative started by the American Heart Association to raise awareness about heart disease. Every 80 seconds, a woman dies of heart disease. One out of every three women who die, die of heart disease.

Mrs. Trump was joining in the demonstration to 'Go Red.' Unfortunately, it got overlooked due to the more petty anti-Trump demonstrations getting all the attention.

Source: WN
Photo: Inquisitr

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