New book on first ladies: Melania’s ‘I really don’t care’ coat was a message to Ivanka

New book on first ladies: Melania’s ‘I really don’t care’ coat was a message to Ivanka

A new book on America’s first ladies has some delicious dish on Melania Trump’s time in the public eye, where she squatted like a painful stye for four forgettable years.

“American Woman: The Transformation of the Modern First Lady, from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden” by New York Times reporter Katie Rogers includes a chapter on Trump’s time in the White House … and avoiding the White House … and turning the White House into a garish nightmare factory that imagined Santa Claus as the phlegmatic frontman for an ‘80s German techno-pop group.

As first lady, Trump was perhaps best known for donning an “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” jacket, slapping her husband’s hand away like a herpetic fruit bat, not giving a f— about Christmas, f—ing up the Rose Garden, and erecting a series of increasingly macabre Christmas decorations that would have been more at home in the Overlook Hotel or a wide-eyed waif’s first holiday bath salts hallucination.

But—you’ll be shocked by this—it looks like married life wasn’t always as tranquil for the Trumps as those frequent hand-slaps might suggest.

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