Melania Trump rolls eyes at World Series, Donald mocked: 'The eyes say it all'

The Trumps soaked in the crowd's adulation during stadium-wide chants of 'Let's Go Brandon' and even partook in the controversial 'tomahawk chop'


                            Melania Trump rolls eyes at World Series, Donald mocked: 'The eyes say it all'
Melania Trump's momentary eye-roll had many wondering if she was thrilled to be at the game with her husband Donald Trump (Twitter)

Melania Trump appeared in good spirits as she stood next to her husband, former President Donald Trump, to watch the World Series Game 4 between the Astros and the Braves, but a momentary eye-roll had many wondering if she was thrilled to be there.

The former First Lady accompanied 45th POTUS to the game, soaking in the crowd's adulation during stadium-wide chants of 'Let's Go Brandon' and even partaking in the controversial "tomahawk chop" dance, a longtime tradition of the Braves. But while the former president was waving and engaging with his fans, his wife seemed to be having much less of a good time in a video that has gone viral for all the wrong reasons.

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Former first lady and president of the United States Melania and Donald Trump do "the chop" prior to Game Four of the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves Truist Park on October 30, 2021, in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

It's possible that Melania has become a huge fan of the Braves during its impressive postseason run and was tired of smiling when the team couldn't find any offense at Game 4, or maybe she had to cancel plans to be someplace else besides the World Series.



 

Nonetheless, critics of the former president pounced on the opportunity to deride his relationship with her. "I love that the embarrassment of Melania rolling her eyes in disgust at their god Donald is going to interfere with the MAGA cult's previous undiluted glee at her joining Donald in the racist tomahawk chop," one tweeted.

"People on here making a big deal out of Melania rolling her eyes at Trump. Who cares. She's done that before. She's just as horrible, a birther as well. The story is about them being welcomed at the World Series, to begin with," another added.

"The look of love for Donald, wasn't in Melania's eyes, tonight. It was the look of "I think I'm gonna vomit" one instead," a comment read.

"How perfect was that! Melania rolled her eyes in disgust! Not only is[sic] most Americans disgusted with Trump, but so is his trophey[sic] wife! The eyes say it all!" a Twiter user wrote.

"Rolling your eyes is one of the seven signs of the end of a marriage. Half the country agrees with her. Can we please send that guy over to Russia now?" another chimed in



 



 



 



 



 

The former first couple raised eyebrows as they chopped away with fans prior to the game between the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros from a private suite. This was the first time Melania was spotted in public since July when she was seen exiting the Trump Tower in New York City with their son Barron. Meanwhile, Saturday night's outing was also the first time Donald and Melania had been pictured together since Easter.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump depart the White House on January 20, 2021, in Washington, DC. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Getty Images)

Critics of the Trumps have noted Melania's changing expressions several times in the past, most notably at his 2017 presidential inauguration when her face appeared to drop as soon as her husband stopped looking at her. Meanwhile, several outlets have picked up on occasions when the former president's attempts to hold his wife's hands have been soundly swatted away. The former supermodel, 51, has barely been seen out and about after leaving the White House in January this year. The former first lady seems to have adopted a much more private lifestyle focused on herself and her children ever since. 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 


 

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