Lex Jurgen - October 4, 2017
Tiffany Trump, the forgotten Trump daughter, depending on your Trump bent over the couch daughter fetish, took it on the chin for dear old dad while merely trying to be a blonde stylish pimp on social media.
Trump posted a photo of herself in a tight short dress as shot by some fashion photographer you shouldn't admit to knowing. The result was a ton of angry responses about Puerto Rico. How can you be so heartless as to post a cheesecake selfie when people lack basic necessities in San Juan?
While people are dying without food and water in Puerto Rico! Wow.
And this was before Vegas. Is the world of self-promotional reasonably attractive chicks supposed to stop every time there's a tragedy in the world? There's always a tragedy in the world. Men in the U.A.E. still need to masturbate.
It used to be we weren't supposed to let the terrorists win. Or the natural disasters. Now Trump's daughter by his short lived second marriage to a dancer can't wear a short dress and stilettos on Instagram? Clearly this is mostly partisan knee-jerk opportunism from ranks of disenchanted baristas. It's no sin to wish you were blond and rich and had near a million followers.
The idea that the Presidential kids are off-limits is some hokey contrivance of yesteryear. There should never be a world where you can't make fun of Chelsea Clinton's half a mill gift contract from NBC or Malia Obama's Halle Berry internship and Harvard automatic entry.
The Trump kids had their silver spoons well before dad was put in charge of the nation by a populace with a wicked sense of humor. The Trump kids can take their licks too. But the ridicule has to make some semblance of sense. You're allowed to post fashion photos even when the mofongo is in short supply in San Juan. It's hard for people to understand that by being over the line insufferable you make the victim of your attacks more sympathetic. That's probably a good thing.
Photo Credit: Instagram
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