The entire country is watching at President Trump and wife Melania travels overseas to Saudi Arabia. Viewers were watching as the couple stepped off Air Force One together, and what happened to catch the attention of everyone was that Melania did not wear a headscarf for the trip. She was dressed in traditional black and covered right from her neck down to her feet, but she wasn’t afraid to show off her precious hairdo.
Many people are saying it was wonderful that Mrs. Obama refused to wear a scarf in Saudi Arabia, but they were insulted.We have enuf enemies
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 29, 2015
Women in Saudi Arabia wear headscarves, and it is not uncommon for foreigners not to wear one, but hypocrisy is the issue here. Hillary Clinton did not don one when she accompanied former president Bill Clinton and neither did Michelle Obama when she traveled with former President Barack Obama.
— Alt-Talha (@talha_ha_ha_ha) May 20, 2017
President Trump publically chastised Michelle in 2015 in a tweet after her appearance stating that “they [Saudi Arabia] were insulted. We have enuf enemies.” It’s hypocritical for him to openly criticize someone for the same exact thing his wife is guilty of, but it’s no surprise given the level of hypocrisy that has been present since his campaign. Ivanka, Trump’s daughter, also failed to wear a headscarf. Double hypocrisy?
— mⒶryteatowel (@maryteatowel) May 20, 2017
The Internet was quick to call out Trump on his words inquiring and stating “melania, did she insult them too” or “Melania isn’t wearing one.” This should really be no surprise to anyone as there has been a multitude of occasions during his presidency where his actions and current words contradict what his tweets have said.