Melania Trump sports blonde hair ahead of Christmas, Internet mocks new look as 'p**s poor dye job'

The first lady debuted the new hairstyle while she took the delivery of the White House Christmas tree for what is Trump administration’s last holiday season


                            Melania Trump sports blonde hair ahead of Christmas, Internet mocks new look as 'p**s poor dye job'
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Melania Trump flashed a big smile and donned a fashionable outfit as she received delivery of the White House Christmas tree on Monday, November 23, for the last time before a new first family moves into the presidential residence. Next year, her job will be passed onto Jill Biden, the wife of president-elect Joe Biden. However,as photos of the occasion made their way to the Internet all social media could notice was how blonde the soon-to-be-ex FLOTUS' hair looked as she appeared to have opted for a dye job ahead of the holiday season. She ditched her brunette locks as she kept her roots dark and opted for a lighter hair color. 

In keeping with the age-old tradition, the Christmas tree arrived at the doorstep of the White House in a horse-drawn carriage which was being driven by two men wearing black face-masks. Photos and footage of the event, which is typically covered by the press every year, showed that the first lady greeted the men on the carriage sans a face-mask despite being infected by the Covid-19 virus last month. One could notice that although Melania's hair was always streaked with highlights, it looked visibly blonder during her rare public appearance. 

U.S. first lady Melania Trump poses for photos with tree farm owner Dan Taylor and his family in front of the 2020 White House Christmas Tree November 23, 2020 at the White House in Washington, DC. The 18 foot tall Fraser Fir from West Virginia will be decorated and displayed in the Blue Room of the White House for this holiday season. (Getty Images)

Twitter came alive with many slamming her. "Hair color is dreadful," one of them noted while another said, "I wonder how much we paid for her new hair color. I’ve been coloring my own hair since March but I’m glad she still makes it to the salon." A third said, "From the back I thought it was Ivanka, when did she go blonde." Someone else wrote, "Is she blond now?"

The next commented, "Interviewing for a job on Fox." One more added, "A lot blonder than usual. Getting ready for her availability after the divorce." A person quipped, "She dyed her hair!" "Was her hair always so covid half-ass blond?" someone else asked. Another commented, "New do? Russian winter blonde. I like it!" One more said, "Blondie with roots!" And some other user wrote, "Damn. That's a piss poor dye job."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

Melania receiving a Christmas tree for the White House also became a butt of the jokes as people were reminded of the FLOTUS' former best friend and East Wing adviser Stephanie Winston Wolkoff who made an extensive recording of the first lady dropping the F-bomb while addressing the Christmas decorations for the White House along with other shocking details. 

 A segment from Melania Tapes from 2018 went viral and earned the FLOTUS a lot of wrath as she blatantly expressed her disinterest in decorating the White House for the annual festival and also criticized mainstream media for not publishing positive stories about her and husband President Donald Trump’s administration.
 
The tape sees Melania in conversation with Wolkoff, during which she says: “They say I’m complicit, I’m the same like him, I support him. I don’t say enough, I don’t do enough. I am working my a** off at Christmas stuff that you know, who gives a f**k about Christmas stuff and decoration? But I need to do it right? Correct?” “And then I do it. And I say that I’m working on Christmas planning for Christmas. And they said, ‘Oh, what about the children that they were separated?’ Give me a f**king break. Were they saying anything when Obama did that?”

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