No More Melania Trump! 'Vogue' Anna Wintour Dodges Questions About Melania's Fashion But Praises Michelle Obama Instead

July 22, 2019

Michelle Obama is not the U.S. first lady any longer, but she still gets praised by high-profile people and loyal admirers, whereas the current FLOTUS, Melania Trump, gets snubbed.

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Vogue's editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, made it clear she doesn't want to see Melania Trump on the magazine's cover whatsoever, though Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton appeared during their presidency times.

Donald Trump's wife isn't even upset, frankly speaking. The first lady simply replied she had already been there and it does not define her as the political leader's wife.

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Anna Wintour was asked about this awkward situation a couple of days ago and she simply dodged questions about Melania Trump's fashion, though began to praise Michelle Obama with the brightest smile.

Vogue's editor was asked about FLOTUS multiple times but she intentionally ignored these questions and remarks continuing to hail Mrs. Obama. For instance, she said:

I think first lady Michelle Obama really was so incredible in every decision she made about fashion ... She was the best ambassador this country could possibly have in many ways, obviously, way beyond fashion.

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Don't you think it was a bit rude? Ignoring is the most horrible thing to do, and comparing is not really polite either.

People actually loved what Wintour did

Michelle Obama and Melania Trump are continuously being compared in all possible spheres, both fashion and politics. Is it hard to accept the fact that we all are different?