Remember the classic Beatles’ song, “I Wanna Hold Your Hand?” That could be President Trump’s theme song to First Lady Melania Trump because it’s happened again. President Trump tried to hold Melania’s hand walking the red carpet on the tarmac when the two arrived in Israel and Melania simply wasn’t having it. The brush off became a viral sensation causing many liberals to experience a sense of exhilaration at the thought that this beautiful, glamorous woman simply can’t bear to have Donald Trump touching her. While there could be any number of reasons behind the brush off and how the camera’s angle may have interpreted it wrong, the public is well aware that this isn’t the first time this has happened, nor are they interested in alternative explanations. For many who detest Donald Trump, the idea that Melania detests him, even more, is their proverbial cherry on top.
In fact, when you think about it, Melania Trump and the President’s “caught-in-love-on-screen-moments” are few and far between. Quite possibly, they are non-existant. When you compare the outward displays of affection exhibited by President Trump and First Lady Melania with those displayed by President Obama and First Lady Michelle, it seems there is something quite amiss in the current administration. Sure, for those who aren’t troubled by the fact Melania hasn’t moved into the White House yet or assumed the role of First Lady by actively engaging in her platform in an official capacity, you can brush off rumors of a possible divorce as easily as Melania sweeps away the president’s hand. But for others, there’s a secret satisfaction in knowing Melania is withholding her love and affection from Donald Trump. Check out this article by the Daily Beast that has come to the conclusion that like the majority of Americans, Melania hates Donald Trump. Still, there are many who say that the controversy and public disses are nothing more than media bias. They state that there are moments of love, affection, and laughter between President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania, but they aren’t being reported. What has been captured on video; however, is going viral and it doesn’t appear that President Trump and Melania Trump are an overtly affectionate couple.
Some have expressed genuine concern for Melania Trump and they view her as a beautiful bird, trapped in a golden cage that is President Donald Trump. Theories abound as to whether Melania is truly independent and some have suggested she’s in an abusive, toxic relationship. Others view photos then express their concern for the first lady. Check out this post shared on Twitter earlier this year.
this makes me really sad, i genuinely feel bad for her. he doesn't appreciate her and she doesn't seem happy at all pic.twitter.com/PPpxHMFUXR
— juan (@joannesprayers) January 22, 2017
This video has been referred to as the “sad face” and many find it highly concerning. They notice that when Melania is face to face with the president she appears to smile, but afterward, her face is often sullen and withdrawn. The following video went viral for weeks and led many to be genuinely concerned for the First Lady’s emotional state.
In fact, some believe that the relationship between President Trump and First Lady Melania is so volatile, they think she is being abused. Some of these people dislike Trump vehemently but offer compassion to Melania as they feel she is in a helpless situation and can’t escape.
— VENUS HEARDm (@heard_venus) May 23, 2017
Please keep in mind that there is no way to know what is going on in President Trump’s and Melania Trump’s marriage and while his many detractors say it is clear Melania can’t stand him, others believe the videos are nothing more than media bias. Check out these photos below.
u see how easy it is to portray something off a few pictures when u know nothing about it but a few pictures .. pic.twitter.com/p72I7rnDTl
— Hairambe (@Hammy_Cuts) January 23, 2017
What do you think? Do you believe Melania Trump secretly hates the President or do you think this is media bias at work?
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