Trump’s Wife and the Harsh Truth

“He’s not Hitler. He wants to help America… Even with the Muslims, it’s temporary.” – Melania Trump interviewed in DuJour magazine.

Most models aren’t very bright. It’s because they don’t have to be. Melania Trump has a comfortable life. It’s tied directly to her willingness to suffer through having sex with Donald Trump, which if you really visualize it, his hair peeling off of his head with each thrust, orange tinged sweat dripping from his nose, is disgusting.

Models aren’t born dumb, they just have little incentive to think about anything once they’ve decided their physical appearance is their meal ticket, and dropping out of school at 14 to do drugs with Persian guys obviously doesn’t help.

In regards to Muslims, Trump’s campaign issued the following statement:

“Donald J. Trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on.”

Later, through a series of interviews, Trump coyly floated the idea of creating a database to store the identity of all American Muslims. He never explicitly said he wants to do it, but he left the door open.

What actually happened was a reporter suggested this to Trump to bait him, and he pretended he’d already thought of the idea and then waffled on it believing he was covering his ass by being seemingly informed on a current topic which actually hadn’t previously existed:

“There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases. We should have a lot of systems.”

Trump’s racism, the racism of the Tea Party and the Birther Movement, would best be described as bratty. They’re communicating bigotry, but you’ll never get them to say it outright. They’re little children dipping their hands in the cookie jar, and just like that toe headed kid next door you just want to smack them one.

“Is this your homework Larry? Is this your homework Larry? Is this yours Larry? Is this your homework Larry…”


Regardless of the current zeitgeist, there are inherent differences between the sexes. Men are more often aggressive assholes, and women are usually more sensitive and nurturing. I get Trump. He’s a disgusting man. The fact he can find a woman to go along with it is what creeps me out.

So his wife does an interview with the fashion magazine DuJour for the sole purpose of appearing relatable. I’d recommend reading it if you want to understand the mind of someone whose world view extends slightly beyond her closet.

She literally calls herself “intelligent”, which is something almost zero intelligent people have actually done. She talks of going to eat with her friends in restaurants and dropping off her little lizard person at school and of the harrowing time she stayed at a Holiday Inn on the campaign trail in Iowa. Then she casually endorses Trump’s plan to ban all Muslims from entering the United States. Granted, she was raised a Communist.

I think Trump most likely knows this is not a legitimate possibility. He’s pandering to toothless xenophobes who have never met a Muslim and still hold animosity toward The Iron Sheik.

Yet, what scares me is I think his wife actually thinks it’s a good idea. You could argue she’s just doing through the motions, but the tone of the interview led me to believe this is someone who is easily influenced and tends to agree with any idea that is presented to her with enough gusto. Such as blowing Donald Trump in exchange for a healthy allowance of his father’s money.

It scares me that our current level of discourse is such that she doesn’t think twice about endorsing a horrific human rights violation, and that she’s the wife of the Republican nominee.

What scares me is that there are a lot of her out there. Just much less attractive.

If you’re a Republican it’s time to stop talking.





Matt Ralston is a comedian and writer based in Los Angeles. Follow him on Twitter @MatthewRalston

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