Have you seen the recent picture of Tiffany Trump making the rounds on social media? The viral photo features the first daughter sitting alone on an empty bench at fashion week. The shows were actually delayed because of an uproar over Ms. Trump. Fashion magazine editors, who disagree with Ms. Trump's father, fled the area and refused to sit near her. Then they boasted about their sophomoric behavior and posted the picture of the lonely Trump girl.
"Seating sh-tshow at Philipp Plein because no editors want to sit near Tiffany Trump. SHOCKER," tweeted Fashionista editor-in-chief Alyssa Vingan Klein.
A bit of a shocker it is, but not for the reason Klein meant. More like the fact that 'shunning' has become socially acceptable when you don't like someone's relative.
Senior fashion editor for Elle Magazine Nikki Ogunnaike actually seemed to be proud that her women's magazine jumped on that bandwagon. "We moved and are down the hall... Phillip Plein at 10PM: 1 hour late start, editors fleeing just so they don’t have to sit behind Tiffany Trump," she said back to Klein over a couple of tweets.
Putting politics aside, Whoopi Goldberg reached out to Tiffany the next day on 'The View.' The co-host said, "You know what, Tiffany, I’m supposed to go to a couple more shows. I don’t know what’s going to happen, but I’m coming to sit with you... Because nobody’s talking politics. You’re looking at fashion! She doesn’t want to talk about her dad! She’s looking at the fashion!"
"This girl is looking at fashion, and she’s just looking at fashion. I just thought it was mean," Goldberg later explained to her co-hosts. "Tiffany Trump is not a politician, she’s a teenager."
The young Ms. Trump responded to Whoopi Goldberg with a tweet, "Thank you @WhoopiGoldberg I'd love to sit with you too!"
When people as liberal and anti-Trump as Whoopi Goldberg are saying that people have gone too far with anti-Trump mania, that’s saying something.
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