Pictures of the Day….

 

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  1. Like that last picture there, Sundance. Nice and subtle message.

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  2. weirdflunky says:

    How she is able to show class and poise in that nuthouse is amazing. That she isn’t the biggest “star” in the country is all the proof any reasonable person should ever need to show the media is full of left wing hacks.

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    • Rainy says:

      Step the F back!!! Why dont they set up a barrier behind the couch…at least 2 feet seperation to keep these classless asps back!!!
      Magazine asile at the local super market…not ONE mag with FLOTUS on the cover!! Not ONE!!! EVER!!
      Moochele continually on covers.

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      • P says:

        Rainy: I agree completely. I sent the comments below to the WH and hopefully something will be done to stop that kind of behavior. I sent it via: https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/ stating:

        02/13/2019:

        Attn: Dear President Trump and/or Security:

        Comments voice the concern that reporters need to be kept further away from our First Lady and visiting dignitaries’ wives. These ladies are being put at risk of one of those poles being dropped on them.

        In the 1st pic, the female reporter’s arm is far too close to First Lady Melania’s face, and in the 2nd pic, you can see where the female reporter’s arm is directly over First Lady Melania’s head. This is absolutely too close to our First Lady (at least IMO and I’m sure other readers would agree).

        This is wrong not only from a security aspect but also because of how it looks with all the press hanging over these two women.

        Please, can something be done to protect our First Lady and visiting dignitaries better so this doesn’t ever occur again? One person mentioned reporters should be kept back at least 2 feet and I think that sounds very reasonable.

        Thank you for making this contact page available so we the people are able to express our concerns and opinions, and thank you for doing everything you can to protect our First Lady and visitors.

        Respectfully submitted,

        P

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        • Zaza says:

          “This is wrong not only from a security aspect but also because of how it looks with all the press hanging over these two women.”

          agree! it’s a security risk, and accident risk and undignified for our greatest FLoTUS ever, ANY of those three reasons ALONE is reason enough to stop this immediately, the three combined are far beyond the pale.

          Mr President have this ended immediately. give your Press Secy and staff a good lecturing for us, and THANK YOU!

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        • GB Bari says:

          The problem is easily resolved by using the proper technology. Instead of suspending cardiod or shotgun-style microphones on extender booms, the press ought to be required to use handheld parabolic reflector directional mics that they hold in their hands and that do not extend very far from their persons.

          A good directional microphone that uses a 12″ diameter parabolic reflector and is properly adjusted (for gain, sensitivity, and frequency equalization) is *very* effective in the close range of that room. It also can suppress a lot of noise from any direction other than the one at which it is directly pointed.

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      • sat0422 says:

        You are right about the magazine asile….always that stupid Harry and his bride. My gosh, you would think they are in charge of America. Or slezy and slime Hollywood residents who live on the other side of the tracks. You know what I mean, the side your parents warned you not to go to.

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      • guest4ever says:

        Yeah, I’ve noticed that too. Makes me want to upchuck!!! Can’t stand Mike!!!

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    • trapper says:

      She was a top shelf professional model. Cameras, lights, props, live animals, assistants, all part of the ever-present noise to tune out. She is highly skilled at maintaining whatever image she wishes to project while chaos reigns around her She can do it in her sleep.

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    • Kristin says:

      I was waiting in. CVS for a prescription and browsed the magazines… again.
      It’s a national shame our First Lady is not featured on ANY magazine. I have boycotted ALL magazines even at the hair salon or whoever they gave magazines in waiting rooms.

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  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    It is so nice to have a not only a beautiful FLOTUS, but a very Elegant FLOTUS

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  4. Don McAro says:

    I can’t believe She has not been on one Magazine cover yet!!
    After they spent so much time trying to convince us Michelle was Beautiful by putting her on every cover known to man…

    I guess I just answered my own statement

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  5. NJF says:

    I love our FLOTUS so much.

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  6. Jenevive says:

    I will say it.. when I first saw that dress on FLOTUS
    it reminded me of a bathrobe. the pattern, the material texture
    that is what I thought of when I saw it.. And the First Lady of Columbia
    well the dress, shoes and purse are fine but what is with that jacket?

    FLOTUS looks none to pleased sitting on the couch with the media
    people standing over her..I don;t blame her.

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    • bertdilbert says:

      I think she was staring at a rude reporter who stepped over the red line. Probably Jim Acosta…

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    • MfM says:

      Sometimes colors don’t show as well in pictures as in person. I agree the FL of Columbia’s over jacket didn’t look right.

      FLOTUS looked great, that color looked good on her. The part I didn’t like on her outfit was the fluffy stuff by her wrist. It sort of seemed like an afterthought.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Agree. I think up close Melania’s coat was gorgeous (check some of the close-up shots), but the “fur” cuffs do indeed look like an afterthought. The Venezuelan First Lady was swimming in that oversized oragami-inspired jacket/stole.

        Meanwhile, I wear old sweat pants and crocs when I go to the local swimming complex each morning — a real fashion plate. LOL!

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    • dutzie60 says:

      Enlarge that picture so you can see the pure contempt on her face. Man whoever she was looking at with those eyes was having some big time hurt. I wish the picture would have shown who was asking the dumb azz question. You’re probably right that it was Acosta. He was probably asking PT why he let those Deplorables bully him at the rally.

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    • Terri says:

      I loved what FLOTUS was wearing, it looked warm and comfortable.

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    • sat0422 says:

      This is only the second time I have questioned her choice of a dress but then, she has a right to choose. After reading other comments, I have to say she looked great and the camera folks have a way of either making or breaking a moment. I’m just glad we don’t have to see Pelosi in a dress or anything else at the WH at this point in time.

      Melania is just a beautiful person and it comes from her heart and from God.

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  7. InAz says:

    The insufferable commie prestitutes.
    Security needs to smack them back from Mrs. Trump

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    • mikeyboo says:

      I agree. I was surprised they were able to surround her like that especially in view of the hostility they have shown towards her and the President.

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      • warrprin1 says:

        This is not the first time we have seen photos like this when there are visiting dignitaries in the Oval. The conduct of the White House Press Corps has gone off the radar screen in its disrespect for the First Family, for the historic premises, and for the Office of the Presidency itself.

        Absolutely, cordon off an area where the press may set up and work – but NOT breathing down the neck of our FLOTUS. To refer to them as vultures is to insult the entire animal kingdom.

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    • Zaza says:

      I was just thinking how lucky those idiots are I’m not working security detail in the WH, I would have already put several of them in the hospital.

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  8. AmericaFirst says:

    Those people are too close to Melania, she can’t even sit back on the couch. They look like vultures and she looks uncomfortable.

    The FLOTUS should not have to endure this. Particularly not one as dear as Mrs. Trump.

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  9. Burnt Toast says:

    Is that John Bolton with the invisible barrier keeping reporters at bay?

    I bet POTUS tells his guests – Get ready for the freakshow…

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  10. Enoughisenough says:

    Our FLOTUS is elegant, classy, and heads above the MSM who continually tries to portray her in a negative !ight. She is strong, confident, and comfortable with who she is, and the detractors don’t enter into her mind. What an awesome First Family!

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  11. Just Steve says:

    For those wanting the press 10-12 feet back….can’t happen in the Oval Office. It’s actually a small room. I’ve never been there but two friends who have remarked about it’s size.

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    • warrprin1 says:

      Steve, a new set of protocols can be established that limits the number of Press bodies in the Oval for any given event. The Press Corps members can be scheduled for live coverage on a rotating basis, and the colleagues who were in attendance for a particular event can share their photos and quotes with those who drew the short straws for that event. Problem solved.

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      • Jeff says:

        But why? I feel pretty confident that President Trump wants as many media types as he can get in there, because he could limit it easily. One of them may mess up and tell a true story, but in reality, they provide fodder for him to expose the hypocrisy.

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  12. clipe says:

    WUWT

    For a final word, I turned to the greatest climate change scientist of all, Dr David Viner, one-time senior research scientist at the climatic research unit of the University of East Anglia, who predicted in 2000 that, within a few years, winter snowfall would become “a very rare and exciting event”.

    However, he was trapped under a glacier in Stockport, so was unable to comment at the time the Telegraph went to press.

    Dr Viner, I presume?

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  13. Breitbart has a bunch of pictures and narrative on Melania/fashion….thank you Breitbart for doing this:

    https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2019/02/13/fashion-notes-melania-trump-gets-girly-in-pink-fendi-coat-with-fur-cuffs/

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  14. Patriot1783 says:

    Per the beautiful bird flying high above the fox…the beastly media is so out of touch, no one can touch The First Lady, she is so way out of their league.

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  15. Katherine McCoun says:

    I wonder if the light blue jacket worn by First Lady Ruiz Sandoval was a node to Melania Trump’s inauguration blue suit. Similar color although a different style.

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  16. Snow White says:

    I hate those presstitute vultures…

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  17. recoverydotgod says:

    Our amazing first lady is graceful and has high standards for the media. They do not meet the bar.

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  18. mr.piddles says:

    Honest question: have we seen a bad photo of Melania Trump yet? Thinking “negatory” on that notion.

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  19. dayallaxeded says:

    Melania is the fox! The bird represents all the silly, irritating lightweights flitting about, pooping on everything. The fox could leap up and kill the bird, but she won’t–for now. If birds get too irritating, fox and wolf might team up to call the dumber, more irritating ones.

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  20. Sunshine says:

    I love the second photo. Trump is the BOSS. Melania looks like an angel.

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