Question: Who Has ‘The Media’ Treated Worse – Melania Or Michelle?

How ‘fair’ and ‘balanced’ would YOU say the reporting has been?

They were both thrown into the spotlight.

When they got there, who was treated more kindly by the ‘press’? And who was treated worse?

You may remember how the press delighted in deconstructing Melania’s first-ever political speech. (It was a two-fer. They got to praise Michelle, at the same time.)

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Or how people derided her for reciting the Lord’s Prayer.

And on the topic of fashion:

“Michelle Obama is an American style icon in the truest sense of the phrase. For eight years as FLOTUS, she has championed the fashion industry…” — Forbes

Whereas, on the other side:

Newsweek — suddenly a ‘friend’ of Kim Jong Un, the guy who killed his own brother with nerve gas — ran an unflattering article about Melina’s shoes.

So– who is REALLY getting the short end of this stick?

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