Remembering Melania’s “Naked Future First Lady Photographs” E-dition

TUESDAY, JULY 30, 2019
Trump’s 921st Day In Office


When Disgraceful DemocRAT Called FLOTUS A Whore, Twitter said “So What?”

In Washington, our DC Newsbreaker says Victory Girls reported GOP House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is demanding Twitter ban an Oregon congressional candidate’s account after he compared first lady Melania Trump to a prostitute.


Mark Roberts, who is running as an independent in Oregon’s 2nd Congressional District, implied in a tweet Monday that Melania works as a prostitute.


“Did you know the First Lady works by the hour?” Roberts wrote, using the hashtags “think dirty” and “hoebag.”

McCarthy responded late Monday, calling on Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to delete Robert’s account immediately.

“This attack on [Trump] is disgraceful,” he wrote. “Comments like these have no business on any platform. This account should be banned ASAP.”


Meanwhile, Whistleblower Naked News Correspondent Oliver Klozhoff remembers during 2016’s Dirtiest Campaign in History when the New York Post ran a nude 1995 photo of Donald Trump’s wife Melania with the headline: “The Ogle Office.”

image008Fortune said in a presidential election campaign already beset by distractions—from email hacking and DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s resignation for playing favorites, to Donald Trump’s war of words with the parents of a slain Muslim-American soldier—the New York Post‘s publication of old nude photos of Melania Trump reached a new height (or depth) of non-policy issues. The New York Post is owned by Rupert Murdoch. Need we say more?

image008In a reaction to the photos published in that Sunday’s edition, Candidate Trump told the newspaper, “Melania was one of the most successful models and she did many photo shoots, including for covers and major magazines. This was a picture taken for a European magazine prior to my knowing Melania. In Europe, pictures like this are very fashionable and common.”

image008And on the next day, the Trump campaign’s senior communications adviser Jason Miller told CNN’s Reliable Sources, “They’re a celebration of the human body as art. Nothing to be embarrassed about with the photos. She’s a beautiful woman.”

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