Melania Gets On Twitter To Post About White House Christmas Tree Tradition And Immediately Gets Owned

She really doesn't care.


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I think most will agree with me that this game of Donald Trump refusing to concede has gotten old fast. Trump’s unwillingness to cooperate with the Biden transition team as morgues are filled to the brim with the dead bodies caused by the virus he is letting run rampant, has gotten old even faster. Finally, there are still those around Trump that are supporting his lunacy, or those that are just standing by and letting it happen.

The latest to show their ass in Trump’s nearly defunct entourage is none other than his wife Melania, whose botox has turned to rock to match her heart.

In the midst of this chaotic, coronavirus-laden transition period, she had the nerve to tweet about the tradition of White House Christmas decorations when we know she doesn’t give a damn.

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We know as much for certain because we heard it directly from her stiff plastic mouth. It was uncovered earlier this year when she told her then best friend Stephan Winston-Wolkoff that she couldn’t stand that she had to be in charge of the Christmas decor, going as far as to say, “Who gives a f*ck about Christmas stuff?” during her incessant bitching.

The people of the internet realized this too, making sure she knew exactly how they felt:

Melania Trump’s legacy is solidified as being the passive first lady of a hateful, childish president, and her greatest accomplishments in office will be plagiarizing speeches and uprooting the White House Rose Garden. Christmas is supposed to be a time to create warmth in the cold, and I, for one, cannot wait until this task is passed on to the new First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden.

Featured image via Flickr/The White House, under Creative Commons license 2.0

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Chris Gifford

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