New first lady poll shows Melania more favorable than Hillary. And that’s not even the most embarrassing part for Clinton.

Nearly every other first lady in modern American history is more popular than former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, including current first lady Melania Trump.

Only 38 percent of Americans view Hillary favorably, while 40 percent view Melania favorably, according to ratings by Gallup.

Former first ladies Rosalynn Carter, Barbara Bush, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama all scored higher than Clinton, who may very well be the most unlovable woman in America.

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Even Hillary’s husband, former President Bill Clinton, scored higher than her, earning a 42 percent approval rating. This despite the fact that he’s an accused rapist.

Dear Hillary Clinton: I don’t know how to break this to you, but nobody likes you!

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While some might argue that Melania’s ratings also seem low, keep in mind the impact of Trump Derangement Syndrome. Even President Donald Trump’s children often face hostility from liberals in the public because of their ties to the left’s “public enemy number one.”

Melania’s husband is likewise still in office. The favorability ratings of presidents and their spouses tend to increase after leaving office. Yet, despite her husband being out of office for 18 long years, Hillary’s ratings still remain in the gutter. Sad!

Melania’s ratings are fairly decent given also the lengths to which the mainstream media goes to disparage and demean her.

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Note also the difference between how Hillary and Melania communicate with the world. Whereas Hillary’s tweets are almost always about herself, Melania has a tendency to focus her tweets on others — namely, giving thanks to others.

Look:

Now compare them to Hillary’s “me, me, me” tweets, and pay attention to how each tweet contains at least one instance of her using the pronoun “I”:

Self-centered much?

Perhaps the most notable difference between the two women is their femininity. Hillary sometimes acts “like a masculine woman” versus a normal woman. While this makes sense to progressives, what with their refusal to admit the differences between genders, I suspect it doesn’t make sense to most Americans.

What does make sense is Melania’s beautiful femininity, which fits perfectly with society’s expectations, as well as basic biological science.

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Melania is ultimately a role model-worthy figure whom many young girls and women aspire to be like. Hillary, on the other hand, is an individual whom very few like and whom only the deranged want to emulate.

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