Vogue magazine is under fire for attacking First Lady’s White House Christmas portrait

The photo, which the First Lady shared on Instagram, features the president and his wife looking happy amid a room filled with Christmas decorations.
By Alexandra Cohen
Las Vegas Tribune

The photo, which the First Lady shared on Instagram, features the president and his wife looking happy amid a room filled with Christmas decorations.

The liberals, socialists, anti-Trump anti-Americans with the help of the communist mentality mainstream media dislike for the president is above political normal behavior and is now attacking the private lives of the residents at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and showing their ignorance by criticizing the elegant style of the Trump family, which they are not used to seeing in the White House.
Only a few weeks after her Christmas décor was vilified, several “art experts” at struggling Vogue ganged up on the White House Christmas portrait in an article posted on Vogue’s website that says the image “feels so strangely off.”
The magazine’s piece, which ran without a byline, is headlined, “What’s Up With This Year’s Surreal White House Christmas Portrait?” It accuses “FLOTUS and POTUS of looking almost like cardboard cutout
versions of themselves” and declared they shouldn’t be smiling amid negative news that is currently in the headlines.
The elegance and class displayed at the White House today have not been seen at the presidential residence for a very long time previous to Trump winning the last election.
During the Clinton administration, the White House was plagued by a First Lady that abused and insulted the very same people that were in charge of protecting her and her young daughter, and she also mistreated the help.
Later came the Black First Lady whose ignorance of fashion was so notable that she traveled on Airforce One in shorts, showing lack of class; having a law degree did not necessarily afford her having class and education.
The photo, which the First Lady shared on Instagram, features the president and his wife looking happy amid a room filled with Christmas decorations. Nothing is wrong with that scene, but Vogue magazine’s hate for the Trumps is so obvious that they have to criticize the President and First Lady regardless of how wrong and unfair they seem to be, as they imitate the mainstream media.
A First Lady who speaks seven languages, knows how to deal with poor children in Africa and with royalty in other nations where royal behavior is as important as speaking their own language, is what we
now have.

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