Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 78 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! The ever so stylish Melania Trump to date has hardly graced the covers of any of the mainstream fashion magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle, and others. This is very unusual considering she is the first ‘first-lady’ of the United States with a history of modelling, following a trail of first ladies who have almost all graced the covers of magazines. In fact, upon’s Trump Inauguration there were quite a few articles and slanders that came her way from the Elite fashion brands and magazines, namely the lie Tom Ford made about Melania Trump which we covered below. VIDEO: Tom Ford’s Lies About Melania Exposed By Donald Trump & Now Loosing Much Business More Articles You Would Love Lawen Taylor Has Ghanaian Girls Going Gaga Over Their 13 Male Finalists; See Them Here South Africa’s Maxhosa Presents Virtual Fashion Show At New York Fashion Week Even on FashionGHANA.com we received backlash when we did an article on her fashion sense after she stepped foot in Africa. Stylish US 1st Lady Melania Trump Set To Step Foot In Africa For 1st Solo Trip; See Her 15 Best Looks TRUMP ADDS LIBERAL LIFESTYLE MAGAZINES TO LIST OF FAKE NEWS However, this issue caught Trump’s attention after being highlighted on media outlet Breitbart, resulting to him bashing the leading US lifestyle magazines for not giving his wife, Melania Trump, a single front page cover while he has been in office. In a tweet on Friday, Trump called the First Lady “the greatest of all time,” while retweeting a Breitbart post that said “elitist snobs in the fashion press” were ostracizing the “most elegant First Lady in American history.” “Fake News!,” Trump added. The greatest of all time. Fake News! https://t.co/jiWjLrynQW — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 25, 2020 Trump fans have long noticed and lamented the absence of the First Lady from US newsstands, and often accused the US press of revealing their liberal bias by granting Michelle Obama, the wife of former president Barack Obama, 12 magazine covers in her two terms as First Lady, including three Vogue covers. Melania Trump wearing Ralph Lauren Pool / Pool / Getty Images Political Bias In Fashion Maybe? It seems like there is a strong political cohesion of collaboration on highlights when it comes to the lifestyle editorials just as there is with Hollywood cancelling out supporters of Donald Trump. “If you need any further proof of the shameless bias of the liberal mainstream media, the most stunning First Lady in American history has never graced our nation’s major style magazine covers,” US actor and Trump supporter James Woods tweeted in February 2020. Outside Africa Politics In Fashion UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail Nana Tamakloe Founder of FashionGHANA.com and Accra Fashion Week. I'm grateful you visited, I hope you share, subscribe and share your comments or opinions below. More For You Here Is What Africans Need To Learn About The New Black American Movement... Miss Africa International 2023 Set To Be Hosted In Accra, Ghana This August VIDEO: Black American Dexter Caffey Traces His Ancestry To Egyptian Pharoah Ramses III... Essential Makeup Tips For Black Women With Style VIDEO: A Sneak Peak Of What You Miss At Kumasi Fashion Week 2023 Here Is How Ugandans Reacted To President Museveni Signing On The New Anti-LGBTQ Ghanaian Designer Duaba Serwa Expands Their Portfolio With A New Collection Using Origami... Relive The Moment Mantsho’s Stormed SA Fashion Week SS23 With These Astonishing Designs LGBTQ Thief Who Stole Tanzanian Designers Clothes At Airport Baggage Reclaim, Will Be... GAP Clothing Goes After Kanye West For Breach Of Contract & Files $2Million... Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.