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Melania’s latest grift includes $60,000 spent on fashion “strategy consulting” and “special projects”

Ever wonder how Melania Trump affords her expensive designer threads when her husband is over $1.3 billion it debt and she doesn’t actually have a job? Well, we now have an answer!Related: First the ‘Vogue’ snub, now this?! Looks like Melania won’t get the TV treatment after allAccording to a new report published by USA Today, Donald Trump‘s Save America PAC shoveled out tens of thousands of dollars to pay for a “fashion consultant” for Mrs. Trump between April and June of this year alone.Fashion professional Hervé Pierre Braillard received four payments, totaling roughly $60,000, for what was described as “strategy consulting” without any further explanation as to what that means.Related: The story behind Melania being snubbed by ‘Vogue’ just got even more ridiculousWhen asked why donor money that was supposed to go towards the legal fight over the 2020 election that the ex-president still insists was “stolen” from him was instead used to pay for Melania’s stylist, Save America spokesperson Taylor Budowich said, “Mr.
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First the ‘Vogue’ snub, now this?! Looks like Melania won’t get the TV treatment after all
Melania Trump was snubbed by Vogue. Now, her life story won’t be retold in a glossy, high budget cable TV production either.Showtime announced this week that will not be picking up a second season of star-studded, hour-long drama series The First Lady.Season 1 of the anthology set in the East Wing of the White House starred Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt, Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford, and Viola Davis as Michelle Obama. It chronicled each of the three women’s journeys before and after arriving in Washington, D.C.“Showtime can confirm that the anthology series The First Lady will not be moving forward with another season,” a spokesperson for the network told Deadline in a statement, before thanking showrunner Cathy Schulman and director Susanne Bier for their “dedicated work in telling the unique stories of three remarkable leaders.”Before the show premiered, Schulman and Bier revealed that they were already exploring potential future installments that might feature Jackie O, Hillary Clinton, and Melania Trump.“Look, I do think that the series could do with a fun season–so let’s talk about that,” Bier said when asked about the possibility of featuring Melania in an upcoming season at the Television Critics Association in February.But with the Showtime officially pulling the plug, it doesn’t look like Mrs.
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First the ‘Vogue’ snub, now this?! Looks like Melania won’t get the TV treatment after all
Melania Trump was snubbed by Vogue. Now, her life story won’t be retold in a glossy, high budget cable TV production either.Showtime announced this week that will not be picking up a second season of star-studded, hour-long drama series The First Lady.Season 1 of the anthology set in the East Wing of the White House starred Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt, Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford, and Viola Davis as Michelle Obama. It chronicled each of the three women’s journeys before and after arriving in Washington, D.C.“Showtime can confirm that the anthology series The First Lady will not be moving forward with another season,” a spokesperson for the network told Deadline in a statement, before thanking showrunner Cathy Schulman and director Susanne Bier for their “dedicated work in telling the unique stories of three remarkable leaders.”Before the show premiered, Schulman and Bier revealed that they were already exploring potential future installments that might feature Jackie O, Hillary Clinton, and Melania Trump.“Look, I do think that the series could do with a fun season–so let’s talk about that,” Bier said when asked about the possibility of featuring Melania in an upcoming season at the Television Critics Association in February.But with the Showtime officially pulling the plug, it doesn’t look like Mrs.
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