Just like the first time First Lady Melania Trump boarded a flight for Texas following the devastating Hurricane Harvey, the leftist bloggers and activists have once again set sail for the Social Media comment section to criticize the first lady over the choice of her footwear, since they couldn’t find anything else wrong with her or her immediate actions taken as a sign of caring and dedication to the people of Puerto Rico.
And while last time she was put under fire for wearing high heels and later switching to appropriate boots, this time she was criticized once again for wearing only boots.
Despite choosing a wardrobe appropriate for both visiting the ground zero sites devastated by the hurricane, with her outfit consisted of jeans, shirt, a baseball cap and a jacket, this still wasn’t enough to keep the Trump haters away from making unpleasant comments such as:
lol Melania is wearing white jeans and Timbs in Puerto Rico
— Katherine Krueger (@kath_krueger) October 3, 2017
Melania Trump wearing Timberland boots as if she's going to go work in Puerto Rico. 🙄
— Eric iS Here (@E_Narvaez14) October 3, 2017
This is not the first time that these people have targeted the first lady, as the comments echoed a similar situation which took place not long ago after the gulf of Texas was ravaged by the devastating Hurricane Harvey which left everything in its path destroyed. Back then, even reporters were mocking Melania for choosing to wear stiletto heels on her road to Air Force One while departing the White House.
Those stilettos should help her stay above the flood line https://t.co/dQ89fK18N5
— Ryan Teague Beckwith (@ryanbeckwith) August 29, 2017
As soon as she arrived in Texas, she was seen wearing sneakers, but this time, even starting out with the appropriate footwear wasn’t enough to silence the leftist haters.
All in all, Melania has once again proven that she can both provide support for her people in need while looking stylish, despite the claims of the anti-Trump liberals.
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