Omarosa Thinks Melania's Outfit Choices Are Never Accidental, As She Uses Style To Punish Her Husband

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August 14, 2018 16:31 By Fabiosa

It looks like the feud between Omarosa Manigault Newman and Donald Trump becomes more and more heated. The White House aide, who was dismissed back in 2017, has just released an tell-all book about the president titled “Unhinged”.

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Judging by the exclusive excerpts obtained by The Daily Mail, it surely won’t go well with Trump. For example, in the memoire, Omarosa questions the First Lady’s fashion choices, believing that she wants to embarrass her husband by wearing certain pieces of clothing.

READ ALSO: 'She's A Lowlife'. President Trump Attacks Omarosa For Her Tell-All Book And Secretly Recorded Tapes

Remember the ‘I really don’t care, do u?’ jacket? Melania sported it while departing to visit immigrant children separated from parents on the border.

Turns out there might be a meaning behind it

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As Omarosa said in the book, it was an act of punishment. She believes that the Slovenian beauty had to go there to fix the controversy Trump had created, so she found a way to rebel:

Not that Melania doesn't have compassion for immigrant children; I'm sure she does. But she gladly, spitefully, wrecked her husband's directives to make him look foolish.

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Omarosa also claims that this was not the first time Melania used clothes to protest. The 48-year-old knows that every detail of her outfit, be that her shoes or jewelry, is scrutinized. So, she must take style choices seriously:

The messages behind her style choices aren't always clear, but they are never accidental. I believe Melania uses style to punish her husband.

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What does the president have to say about Melania’s infamous jacket?

Of course, Donald addressed the issue in his usual fashion – via Twitter messages.

We wonder what other explosive and jaw-dropping information the book contains.

READ ALSO: Donald Trump Has His Own Explanation Of Melania’s ‘I Don’t Care’ Jacket

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