On Monday morning, Melania Trump tweeted a picture of the most recent group of White House interns. Twitter was not kind and people quickly picked up on the lack of diversity exhibited in the first lady’s photo.
Thank you to all of our East wing interns for their dedication! The future is bright with these hard workers! pic.twitter.com/teScGK8xUe
— Melania Trump (@FLOTUS) July 31, 2017
Many people responded to Melania regarding the lack of diversity.
very diverse group of people you have there
— FullTimeRebel (@whothecanuck) July 31, 2017
A. All non-white interns cropped out of photo
B. All non-white interns applications rejected
C. No applications from non-whites
— maralagosinkhole (@maralagosinkhol) July 31, 2017
Make America White Again
— Loman Ginyard Jr. (@LomanGinyard) July 31, 2017
There were also comments like this one that just demonstrate the complete idiocy of Trump supporters. What a huge embarrassment to the Kennedy family.
It's nice to see a First Lady who is gracious and carries herself so well. You remind me of Jackie Kennedy.
— Pat Gerard (@PatGerard5) July 31, 2017
This reminds you of Jackie?!?! You are delusional at best. pic.twitter.com/wZliKMREV5
— Michael Bear (@mikebadnewsbear) July 31, 2017
Other comments centered around wanting to know what Melania is doing as the first lady, which seems to be a mystery to most people these days. She promised to tackle the issue of cyberbullying. How is she doing with that project now?
Lol! Not First Ladies though. pic.twitter.com/HiQIhrfpct
— Madonna My Idol (@curlycute16) August 1, 2017
— Debi Staron (@HollywoodDebi) July 31, 2017
Still waiting on the cyber bully outline. You've had 7 months now !
— JoK (@99MorningCoffee) July 31, 2017
How would you even know about them, you spend all your time in NYC
— Just Me (@Akadeka) July 31, 2017
Shockingly, Melania tweeted the following comment herself!
I worked very hard to keep them all away from @realDonaldTrump Not going to risk another Monica scandal–we have enough scandals as is.
— MELANIA TRUMP (@MILANIATRUMP) July 31, 2017
Well, she may be correct if she is assuming that impeachment for having an affair with an intern might be considered more serious than the current investigations into Russian collusion. At least the GOP has led us to believe they would rather oust a president for infidelity rather than serious treason and outright corruption.
Lastly, one commenter left some important advice for the interns.
Y'all, word of advice. Don't put this on your resume unless you are only applying to Fox News.
— Tom Wallach (@TalkTomDotCom) July 31, 2017