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Donald Trump's first wife Ivana jokingly referred to herself as first lady while promoting her book.
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Trudeau, his wife and two of their three children met the U.S. first lady.
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The meeting looked cordial.
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Mother and son broke with tradition by living in New York since the inauguration so that Barron could finish the school year uninterrupted.
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Even though Vogue endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
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The reporter is said to have called the First Lady "a hooker."
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The unusual statement about her expected income drew swift condemnation from ethics watchdogs.
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"I’m not doing politics, I’m doing dresses."
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The fashion designer said Trump should wear clothes accessible to most Americans.
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"I’d rather put my energy into helping out those who will be hurt by [Donald] Trump and his supporters," Marc Jacobs said.
"I don’t think people should become political about it."
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She's the FLOTUS with the mostus.
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He moisturizes with caviar. CAVIAR.
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Wearing white was a way for women to pay homage to the U.S. suffragette movement.
She was paid for 10 modeling jobs worth $20,056 before she had a work visa.
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She didn't seem to get the irony.
"She's a beautiful woman," said the Donald's senior communications adviser.
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Imagine you're Justin Trudeau's speechwriter and you're on the phone with his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeu, who will soon give a speech in support of her husband. She says that one of the people she h...
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Donald Trump set a new record for longest acceptance speech.
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I am almost sure that Mrs. Trump is not a robot, unlike the women in the famous novel. I say this despite her sculpted face and the generally 1950s Playboy Bunny appearance that seems to defy human aging. I am still sure that beneath the coaching and stilted speeches, she is a human being.
All this from the first day of the Republican convention.
It called the complaints "just absurd."