Melania Trump Brings CLASS to the Role of First Lady

Melania Trump Outclasses Michelle Obama

For the first time in my adult life, I’m proud of America’s First Lady.

OK, my statement was intentionally melodramatic, but only to drive home a point as Michelle Obama did years ago. While Michelle Obama may have only been proud to be an American after Barack Obama’s election, I’m finally proud to be a Conservative woman.

Look at America’s new First Lady role model. Whatever you may think of Michelle Obama, for me, Melania set the standard.

Melania gives the White House a regal feel. And not just with her beauty, her class, her style, and her elegance, all worthy of adoration for certain. However, her sincere heart for the American people she serves makes her even more special.

Recently the First Lady accompanied the president to witness the damage done to the state of Texas after they suffered a devastating hurricane. Michelle Obama made no such visit to New Jersey in the wake of Sandy. Some clever Conservative captured that concept in a meme.

However, there exist other notable differences between Melania and the former First Lady.

For example just a short time as being first lady of the United States, Melania had already done more for women than all the previous “she-devils” in the Obama administration:

We wrote previously:

“In March, Melania hosted a White House luncheon in support of International Women’s Day. Imagine being one of those women joining a First Lady with the class and elegance of Melania. You can bet those women have those photos plastered all over their social media.

But let’s not forget the next generation.

In April, along with Jordan’s Queen Rania, Melania visited the Excel Academy, an all-girls charter school serving in an economically-challenged area of Washington, D.C. Again, these young ladies were treated to class they have never seen.

You can bet that these young ladies saw the First Lady as a true inspiration and clear picture of what it is like to achieve the American dream.”

Along with visiting hurricane-ravaged Texas, Melania contrasts Michelle Obama in her frugality.

While the former First Lady employed an entourage, Melania Trump only has 5 staffers.  Compare this to the 24 staffers who served the whims of Michelle Obama.

According to a recent study:

[P]ublished by a private organization that tracks government spending, Open the Books reveals that Melania Trump has saved more money with her staff than Michelle Obama did as the first lady. Melania has 19 fewer staffers dedicated to her office than Michelle did in the White House. Mrs. Trump has five staffers versus the 24 staffers who served Michelle Obama,” reports Inquisitr.

One of Michelle Obama’s staffers handled Obama’s fashions. I know…right!

Melania buys her own wardrobe, and then like an adult decides her own coutour. This is relatively easy, as I indicated earlier, Melania has style and taste in fashion.

Certainly there is more to the role of first lady than hopefully being beautiful and having fashion sense. If there weren’t, what would Michelle Obama have been able to do. Since Michelle Obama lacked the physical beauty of Melania, she decided to marginalize fat kids.

So Michelle Obama revamped the school lunch program. Like Hillary Clinton’s stab at health care, Obama’s school starvation program failed miserably. More food was wasted in schools, likely than at any time in history.

What Michelle Obama is most noted for is her extravagant taxpayer-funded vacations. The Obamas used the treasury as their private slush fund, and Leftists allowed it as a not-so-subtle reparations fund.

Now that America has rich Republicans in office, there is little need for ghetto-“fabalus”.

Melania Trump vexes the Left. Because despite what they claim to feel of Donald Trump, there really is no room to criticize America’s new First Lady. Any attempt to do so is simply jealous pettiness.

Melania Trump upgraded the White House, particularly in comparison to Michelle Obama. And it’s not mean-spirited for me to say this.


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