File Under ‘Girl, Stop’: Kellyanne Conway says Melania Trump is a ‘superior’ First Lady to Michelle Obama
Kellyanne Conway is upping her troll game with her latest comments about our Forever First Lady Michelle Obama.
When TMZ producers asked her if magazines have purposely avoided putting Melania on covers, Conway had the nerve, the audacity to say the following:
“Melania Trump is such a superior and excellent First Lady. This country is so lucky to have her.”
First of all, no. Second of all, what type of dollar store dog-whistle is Conway using these days? All the talk about white supremacy in the news cycle right now and “superior” was the best adjective she could think of to compare a white woman to a Black woman?
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Not to mention that any comparison of Melania Trump and Michelle Obama that ends with Trump on top is absurd. Conway blah, blah, blahed about Trump’s so called “accomplishments” in her usual flurry of half sentences, half truths, and full on foolery. It was something about opioids, public school curriculums, and hosting dinner parties.
By the end, Conway said “She’s a wonderful role model for women and girls and really everyone everywhere.” Sounds convincing. Conway said Melania Trump doesn’t need magazine covers for everyone to see “how wonderful her work is.”
Yeah, Obama didn’t “need” magazine covers either. The Ivy League degrees she earned, the millions of kids she touched with her Let’s Move! program, and the countless girls all over world who have been inspired by her Southside Chicago to 1600 Pennsylvania life story are pretty good examples of her actual wonderful work.
The best things Trump has given the world are memes of her swatting her husband’s tiny hand away and the look of dread and sadness that consumed her entire being after she was forced to interact with the Orange One at the 2017 presidential inauguration.
America can get behind those sentiments. But this Trump over Obama madness? No more. It’s not a debate. Stop talking.