Where Was Melania Trump? She Went Through 'Rough Patch'

  • Where Was Melania Trump? She Went Through 'Rough Patch'

Where Was Melania Trump? She Went Through 'Rough Patch'

MSNBC co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinksi, who are engaged, responded with arch tweets alluding to Mr Trump's taunting post last summer that Ms Brzezinksi was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" during a visit to his Florida golf retreat.

The White House's whole rationale for holding the new event was, per the president's statement, that "the 1,000 fans planning to attend the event deserve better".

The Eagles had their invitation to visit the White House revoked at least partly because they informed White House authorities they would only be bringing a few players, which infuriated the president.

"The president decided, the number he focused on is the number of Eagles fans who had already been waived in and secured here to come to the White House".

Last year, LeBron called Trump a "bum" on Twitter when Trump called out Steph Curry for not wanting to go to the White House then. In April, audio obtained by the New York Times from an National Football League meeting featured Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie referring to the Trump administration as "one disastrous presidency".

Ultimately, President Trump comes off as the loser in this dustup mostly because disinviting the Philadelphia Eagles from coming after a lot of them decided not to come anyway comes off as petty and desperate.

Despite being applauded by some, the move has raised concerns among most of Trump's advisers, who believe that commuting Johnson may undermine the administration's hard-on-crime message. "Unfortunately, only a small number of players made a decision to come, and we canceled the event".

"People love you. The people of our country love you". Melania is doing a great job.

The media had hoped to get him to comment on the controversy, given that Trump initially cited players kneeling in protest during the National Anthem as the reason for the cancellation. But again, I'm not going to speak for other teams. Jason Kelce, a center, said Wednesday that there had been several team meetings about the trip, and that at one point players had been asked to fill out a form stating whether they wished to attend the ceremony as well as other events in Washington.

You can watch his entire monologue below.

"This can't be serious", Ertz wrote. "I'm just speaking for me".

Fox News issued a rare correction on Twitter.

In the National Basketball Association, both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors have already rejected a White House celebration, however their championship matchup turns out.