Melania Trump’s Flood Fashion – ‘Storm Stilettos,’ FLOTUS Hat

WASHINGTON: First lady Melania Trump makes waves … by way of flood. The previous model is still elegantly turned and perfectly crowned, and Tuesday was no exception when she left the White House with her storm-bound Texas boss husband.

Trump was photographed as he walked along the lawn of the White House with high-heeled pumps, part of a suit that included tailored capri pants, a green bomber armored jacket with short sleeves and aviator sunglasses.

“Melania, here, looks like Flood Watch Barbie,” writes writer Maria Del Russo. Writer and producer Brad Wollack responded, “Help is on its way, Texas! Do not worry, Melania has her special counts.”

Comedian Jessica Kirson added: “Great idea, FLOTUS, you can remove the debris with your heels.” President Donald Trump’s team was more consistent with what politicians usually use to visit survivors tired of fatal natural disasters: a black rain jacket with hoodies, khaki pants and brown boots.

A wide beam of Texas is shaken by the monstrous storm Harvey, which devastated coastal communities and left much of Houston, America’s fourth-largest underwater city.

Tens of thousands of people are packaged in overcrowded shelters as authorities continue to tear roof victims.

The first woman became something a little more disastrous on the flight to the coastal city of Corpus Christi – the first leg of Trumps Texas.

He left Air Force One in black pants and a white button-down shirt, which sells heels for white tennis shoes.

He also wore a black baseball cap that read “FLOTUS” or the abbreviation of First Lady of the United States, triggering another series of Melania-bashing on Twitter.

At the end of the day, the first lady issued a statement praising the “strength and endurance” of the Texans.

“I want to be able to offer my help and support in the most productive way possible, not just in words, but in action,” he said.

“My thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Texas and Louisiana.

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