Host on MSNBC’s Classless Swipe at Trump and First Lady Melania For The Most INSANE Reason


Isn’t First Lady Melania Trump pretty innocent in all of this? She tends to keep to herself, more worried about her son Baron Trump. How tacky, how classless, of these liberal media outlets to take aim at her. And let’s face it, her husband, THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, is doing a heck of a job!

As Written By Matt Vespa for Townhall:

Is MSNBC’s Joy Reid just totally shameless? Besides the Left frothing with rage that Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton last year, it seems their anger knows no bounds. First Lady Melania Trump has received horrific treatment from the media, which has rivaled or even surpassed some of the horrible things thrown at Michelle Obama’s way during Obama’s presidency.

Folks, I’m not a Michelle fan at all, but we have to admit there were some terrible things flung in her direction that was unnecessary.

Sort of like what Reid tweeted about Trump marrying ex-soviets, or something. She tweeted this on Friday, “Donald Trump married one American (his second wife) and two women from what used to be Soviet Yugoslavia: Ivana-Slovakia, Melania-Slovenia.” So, xenophobia is fine, as long as Democrats do it, huh? Liberal journalist Ben Norton criticized Reid for being; well, historically illiterate with that social media trip up.

As you all know, during the Cold War era, Yugoslavia was under the rule of Josip Broz Tito. The country was not a Soviet satellite state. Also, Slovakia was not part of Yugoslavia, nor was Ivana born in that country. She was born in what is now the Czech Republic. I guess we can chalk this up as another instance of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

 


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MSNBC Host Takes Classless Swipe At Trump, First Lady Melania For The Dumbest Reason Imaginable – Matt Vespa

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