Melania Trump criticizes Vogue for putting Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden on the cover but not her

Former first lady Melania Trump has hit out Fashion Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour for never putting her on the cover in her first interview since leaving the White House when her husband was President.

Fox Nation host Pete Hegseth addressed the topic in his conversation with Melania, noting that first ladies Jill Biden, Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton have all appeared on the cover of Fashion and that Vice President Kamala Harris received the honor before she was sworn in.

“They are biased and have likes and dislikes and it’s so obvious. And I think the American people and everyone sees it. It was her decision and I have far more important things to do – and I did that in the White House – than being on the cover of Fashion‘ said Melanie.

It should be noted that the earlier model appeared on the cover of Fashionback in February 2005 when she was photographed in her wedding dress as she married Donald Trump.

Melania’s former fixer Stephanie Winston-Wolkoff has claimed the former first lady was made an offer Fashion shoot shortly after Trump came to power but refused to accept unless she was guaranteed the cover.

Vice President Kamala Harris. former First Lady Hillary Clinton, First Lady Jill Biden and former First Lady Michelle Obama.

Photo illustration by The Daily Beast/Courtesy of Vogue

Other conservative first ladies, including both Laura and Barbara Bush, were denied the chance Fashion Home page.

Melania also slammed US President Joe Biden over the nation’s baby food shortage, saying his administration lacked “leadership.”

“It is heartbreaking to see that they are fighting and that child food is not available in the United States in the 21st century,” she said.

Melania has kept a relatively low profile since leaving the White House, focusing on promoting her NFT collection of digital artworks. Melania Trump criticizes Vogue for putting Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama and Jill Biden on the cover but not her


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