Melania Trump: Feminists Must ‘Refocus Anger’ On ‘Issues That Matter’

First Lady Melania Trump criticized feminists for focusing their anger on President Trump’s insurance policies as an alternative of “preventing for the rights of oppressed ladies in Muslim international locations.”

At a luncheon within the State Dining Room on the White House on Wednesday in honor of International Women’s Day, Melania Trump referred to as on the ladies who’ve protested in opposition to President Trump to “re-focus their anger” and tackle “points that basically matter.

We have ladies in lots of international locations of the world who should not allowed to decorate as they please, should not allowed to indicate their face in public, should not allowed to drive, to vote, to take part in society,” the First Lady mentioned.

Melania additionally made reference to the liberal ladies throughout the nation who opted to remain dwelling from work on Wednesday as a part of the “Day Without A Women” strike organized to protest President Trump’s insurance policies.

Taking the break day work isn’t the way in which to change the world,” the First Lady mentioned.

Melania Trump on the International Women’s Day luncheon on the White House.

The First Lady’s reputation is hovering based on a CNN/ORC polllaunched Wednesday, and it’s not onerous to see why. Mainstream media has determined to not report on something she says or does so as to painting her as sad and confined to Trump Tower, however in actuality Melania Trump is bringing her personal model to the position of FLOTUS.

When was the final time you heard a First Lady deal with something gritty involving actual human hardship?

It’s not simply the POTUS who’s going for the jugular on points that basically rely, it’s his spouse and household too.

Melania Trump obtained a standing ovation from company within the room, based on reviews. Vice President Mike Pence’s spouse Karen Pence, Kellyanne Conway, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, Sen. Susan Collins, and Ivanka Trump had been all in attendance to have a good time International Women’s Day.