France’s first couple Emmanuel and Brigitte Macron are in the U.S. for three days as guests of President and Melania Trump. They all had a private dinner Monday night at George Washington’s former estate in Mount Vernon, took in the sights of D.C. from a helicopter, planted a tree in the White House lawn — a gift from the Macrons who will guests of honor at a sumptuous state dinner Tuesday night.
Macron will address the U.S. Congress on Wednesday. Several topics are up for discussion by the two world leaders, including the Iran nuclear deal, Syria and trade and tariffs, but the entire visit is dominated by the close friendship between Manny and The Donald, and most of all by two ultra stylish First Ladies.
Fake news peddler Mika Brzezinski has the gall to say that first lady Melania Trump and the president’s daughter Ivanka Trump have been given “fake jobs” in the administration.
Commenting on Ivanka’s non-answer to NBC reporter Peter Alexender’s insulting and disrespectful question about her father’s alleged sexual flings, the ‘Morning Joe’ prima donna said: ”It’s not like she’s transportation secretary. She came in there to fight for women, and she can’t handle a question like that.”
Brzezinski, who is a nobody in her own right and only got the job because of her father, former national security advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, went on to say: “The whole thing clearly is a joke, an utter joke just like Melania’s role on cyberbullying, which I think is an insult to women completely.”
Say what, you liberal fool!? You know who is an insult to women completely? Your hero Hillary Clinton, the grotesque hypocrite who covered up for her sexual predator husband’s crimes against women while pretending — anything to get elected president — to be a champion for women.
Brzezinski concluded: “These women have been given fake jobs.”
PUTTING ON A BOLD FACE. Still emotionally bruised from the shock of learning her boyfriend Rob Porter quit his job as White House aide after two ex-wives accused him of physical abuse, Hope Hicks, 29-year-old White House communications director, puts a bold foot forward, well two actually, and heads to work Monday from her Washington apartment.