The media has been on an all-out assault against First Lady Melania Trump since it’s become clear … she’s no fan of the press either.
And why should she be with relentless personal and vulgar attacks against her husband and family?
Mrs. Trump’s beauty, grace and elegance can’t be denied and anyone who’s being honest with themselves knows she’d be on the cover of every, single magazine if her name wasn’t Trump.
But thankfully, there are millions who appreciate our First Lady and are doing their best to give credit where it’s so transparently missing.
Conservative actor James Woods is never one to remain silent on any issue, and took acceptation with the media’s collective diss of Mrs. Trump:
This woman has never been on the cover of a national fashion magazine… pic.twitter.com/rok3gYWGTg
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) December 14, 2018
But there’s no media bias. Sure…
And while Mrs. Trump’s stunning appearance and impeccable style should be gracing covers everywhere, her heart is as gold as the gowns she adorns. And that fact is highlighted in the one-woman campaign that Grammy-nominated recording artist Kaya Jones created to celebrate our First Lady.
“I just want you to know, we love you FLOTUS,” Jones said to begin her Christmastime tribute.
In honor of our First Lady Melania Trump I have decided to dedicate each day leading up to Christmas to her. She’s an inspiration and I just want you to know we love you @FLOTUS here’s to #25DaysOfMelania ❤️🎄✝️🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/ixeii5Gk2k
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 1, 2018
’25 Days of Melania’ took off from there with thousands of likes, retweets and compliments.
Jones pointed out how proud ‘legal’ immigrants should be to have her as First Lady:
Kicking off our day 2 of #25daysofmelania not sure if you know this but our First Lady was born in Slovenia🇸🇮shes the first ever First Lady born from that part of the world🌎how incredible for Slovenian & all non American born women to see. One day you could be our next @FLOTUS pic.twitter.com/dJfULUp3Vc
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 2, 2018
And she’s an “inspiration” for young women everywhere:
Happy day 3 of #25daysofmelania fun fact of our @FLOTUS She is the 2nd American First Lady born outside the United States,the first naturalized U.S.citizen to become First Lady & the second Catholic First Lady.God bless you FLOTUS talk about an inspiration for so many young women pic.twitter.com/mZ57erv35y
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 3, 2018
A Melania tribute wouldn’t be complete without mentioning her mission to battle online bullying, opioid abuse, and overall well-being.
Day 4 of #25DaysOfMelania @FLOTUS Mission of BE BEST is to focus on issues facing children,encouraging them to #BEBEST in their individual paths,teaching them the importance of social,emotional,&physical health. Concentrating on 3 pillars:well-being,social media use,&opioid abuse pic.twitter.com/XCUAREyPNH
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 4, 2018
With her intelligence the First Lady can run circles around most (if not all) media elites:
Happy day 5 of #25daysofmelania 🇺🇸 Did you know @FLOTUS is a noted polyglot. She can speak more languages than any first lady before her: English, French, German, Italian, and Serbian, in addition to her native Slovenian. Talk about brilliant ❤️ pic.twitter.com/gdXP9ToR5Z
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 5, 2018
As it turns out, she has something in common with her predecessor, Michelle Obama:
At number 6 of our #25daysofmelania is our First Lady’s height. While she towers over many people that she meets,Melania Trump,who is 5 foot 11 inches (180 centimetres) tall,is tied for the tallest first lady with Michelle Obama and Eleanor Roosevelt. @flotus is beautiful 🧡 pic.twitter.com/1msIutdAjN
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 6, 2018
Day 7 of our #25daysofmelania Born Melanija Knavs she walked her first catwalk at 5-years-old.She got her start in fashion thanks to her mom,Amalija Ulčnik,who developed patterns for a clothing factory. Here is our First Lady pictured second from the right.We ❤️ love you @flotus pic.twitter.com/fkozzVlrll
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 7, 2018
Mrs. Trump adores children, and has been spreading her love and good deeds worldwide:
Good morning ☀️ coming in at day 8 of #25daysofmelania I wanted to share when @flotus went to Africa this year to visit hospitals, schools and shelters as part of her efforts to focus on the well-being of children. 💛#BeBest pic.twitter.com/f877h7ghcV
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 8, 2018
American born, socialist-loving youth could learn something from their First Lady’s personal history:
Good morning ☀️ today is day 9 of our #25daysofmelania did you know that Melania Trump is also the only @FLOTUS who grew up in a Communist country, back when Slovenia was part of Yugoslavia. Might explain why her views are #AmericaFirst 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/qfZBQlu6En
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 9, 2018
And she’s been doing good deeds for a while, “pretty cool” indeed:
Day 10 of our #25daysofmelania is here!!!! Did you know our @FLOTUS Is a philanthropist.
She has served as a Goodwill Ambassador for the American Red Cross and as a member of the Police Athletic League. Pretty cool First Lady we got here 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/YHBdYTDTBo
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 10, 2018
Melania loves her role as “mom” best and doesn’t like to miss a minute of it:
Day 11 of #25daysofmelania Did you know Melania believes in being a hands-on parent when raising Barron."I don't have a nanny," she said in 2016."I have a chef, & my assistant, & that's it.I do it myself. You know,those hours with your child are really important ones." @FLOTUS pic.twitter.com/cTnOc1ms8u
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 11, 2018
This was recently, and the mainstream media barely carried a whisper of it:
Day 12 of #25daysofmelania Melania Trump joined the annual U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots charity toy drive, meeting with children after saying that she has made it her mission as first lady to “shine a light” on opportunities for all children. @FLOTUS we love ❤️ you 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/4QZSU9xfSO
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 12, 2018
She has an interest in architecture. It makes total sense, but who knew?
Day 13 of #25daysofmelania 🇺🇸She quit design school to go abroad.After a year of architecture classes, she started modeling full-time. Working in Milan & Paris & appearing in @VanityFair @voguemagazine & @SInow An incredible career before becoming a wife, mother & now our @FLOTUS pic.twitter.com/rZAgN2CZBl
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 13, 2018
And finally, Day 14, brings us today with a shout-out to our First Lady for loving and supporting our U.S. Military.
Day 14 of our #25daysofmelania I wanted to share how much our @FLOTUS loves and supports our military 🇺🇸 she’s showing us more and more just how much our service members mean to her. Thank you FLOTUS ❤️🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/p3Pmw08wQm
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 14, 2018
What a great and much-needed tribute to an accomplished and compassionate woman who takes a lot of unwarranted abuse. If you would like to follow ’25 Days of Melania’ be sure to follow @KayaJones on Twitter.
And big Congrats, Kaya, on that Grammy nom!
I am proud to announce that the album #Unexpected is nominated for a #Grammy 😭❤️🙏🏼Our song @JasonCrabbMusic #LetItBeLove is apart of music history. Thank you to @jaydemarcus for believing in my abilities for this record. Thank you Lord Jesus🙌🏼😭@RecordingAcad #GRAMMYNOMINATED pic.twitter.com/etEduyliOL
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) December 12, 2018
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