The most hysterical aspect of this latest form of online absurdity is that FLOTUS actually stepped off the plane in Corpus Christi, Texas wearing sneakers and a ball cap.
Melania Trump is a reluctant ascendant to the throne, a very different kind of first lady who, like her husband, has no characterological precedent.
Understated, classic fashion will likely continue to be a theme for Melania, who was the only first lady to be a fashion icon before she became first lady.
Is it too early for hope and change? Because I’m old, cold and slightly flabby. I want my sleeves back.
There’s a meme going around that purports to show First Lady Melania Trump looking immediately sad when her husband turns to speak to her. Here’s the truth.
If we’re looking for the best worst-case scenario, simply voting against one of the candidates may not deliver that outcome. We need a more-scientific method of choosing our executioner.
Should Melania Trump become first lady, which first ladies and precedents would provide a good guide and starting point for her and America?
Hillary Clinton lies. A lot. About gay marriage. About being pinned down by sniper fire. About everything. Here’s footage of her lying for 13 straight minutes.
Besides Barbara Bush, only Abigail Adams has been both the wife and mother of American presidents.
Presidential spouses influence the president, and the lack of a high-profile pro-life advocate would be a missed opportunity.
In a recent commencement speech, Michelle Obama complains she’s got it rough.
The New Republic ran a scathing article on Michelle Obama. But in some ways, it showed she has some seriously admirable traits.
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