New First Lady, Melania Trump, is the latest cover star of Vanity Fair Mexico.
The magazine cover is hardly likely to be Melania Trump's last: First ladies as cover models on glossy magazines have become a time-honored tradition. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has repeatedly refused to finance the project and canceled a planned meeting scheduled for next week with Trump. The issue has produced a long interview with the First Lady that appeared in GQ previous year, dishing up on "her (turbulent) family past, the tactics for dealing with her husband and how she plans to turn herself into the new Jackie Kennedy". Trump also floated a possible plan for paying for the wall: a 20% tax imposed on importers of the stuff that is made in Mexico and shipped to the U.S.
The insane thing is this photo and interview with FLOTUS are both from GQ's sit down with Donald Trump's wife from last spring.
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The release of the cover sparked outrage among some people in Mexico who took to Twitter to express their dismay. Many were perplexed. "This gets more freakish by the day....is Melania doing this to troll her husband?"
That said, Melania's Vanity Fair Mexico cover could, theoretically, be an elaborate form of trolling. And so, one would expect Vanity Fair's various editions to form a united front against the Trumps, rather than simultaneously condemn the President and effectively endorse the First Lady. "She must have known how odd it would look", wrote Jolly Confused.
A woman, tweeting under the name, Antonella wrote: "Melania Trump on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico is the new definition of irony in the Royal Spanish Academy dictionary". Was the Mexican public too quick to judge the magazine by its cover?