Melania Trump reposts old video for Women's Day, Internet asks her 'what have you ever done to help women'

'Today & every day women are taking bold & courageous actions to ensure the next generation of women have the tools they need to succeed,' Melania wrote on an old video she reposted


                            Melania Trump reposts old video for Women's Day, Internet asks her 'what have you ever done to help women'
Former First Lady Melania Trump in the Rose Garden at the White House on November 24, 2020, in Washington, DC

Former First Lady Melania Trump celebrated International Women's Day on Monday, March 8, posting a tweet in which she acknowledged the "brave" women she met during her tenure at the White House. However, her well-intended tweet was slammed by people who were not fans of her or her husband. 

"Today & every day women are taking bold & courageous actions to ensure the next generation of women have the tools they need to succeed. On this #InternationalWomensDay, I think of the brave women I met each year at the #IWOC awards & their moving stories of overcoming adversity," she wrote in the caption to a video she posted last year for the same occasion.

The old video was captioned, "Today is #InternationalWomensDay! This week I was honored to recognize some of the female trailblazers of this generation with @SecPompeo at the @StateDept. Hearing their stories of courage in the face of adversity was simply unforgettable. #IWOC2020"



 

 

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Melania's tweet was criticized by a number of people who questioned her contribution toward empowering women. "And please tell us what YOU have ever done to help other women. We will wait," one commented, while another said, "Melania where do you find the time to tweet between all your spa treatments, redecorating, and shopping?"

A third wrote, "You sure grabbed your tool early - good luck with that prenup." One more remarked, "Waiting for your Only Fans page!!"The next wrote, "Im just happy I dont have to see the oiled up assless nudes anymore."

Former President Donald Trump and former First Lady Melania Trump walk on the south lawn of the White House on December 23, 2020, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Another said, "Melania now celebrating doing nothing when she used to be First Lady?" One more quipped, "Happy International Women’s Day to @MichelleObama and @DrBiden46 epitomizes how much independent and intelligent women can accomplish. #InternationalWomensDay #biden #Obama" A commenter tweeted, "Sorry Melania, naked pictures, gold digging, lies & fake boobs are not the tools American women seek."

One more commented, "A bold and courageous action for you would be to divorce that deadbeat husband of yours who took every chance he could to support both legislation and judges that would obliterate women's rights." A user alleged, "Your husband raped women. Have you talked to those victims?"



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

However, there were those who backed the ex-FLOTUS, thanking her for being a role model. "Thank you Melania and a blessed day for all of us," one of them wrote while another said, "Happy international women’s day @MELANIATRUMP @FLOTUS45 Bless you and your Family and @POTUS45." The next commented, "Thank you very much for your great speech. God Bless You First Lady. Love and Respect." A commenter tweeted, "We miss you!! Our GORGEOUS FIRST LADY!" One more reacted with, "You are the true meaning of class. May Gods love bless you and your family."



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

'Trophy wife' Melania

Melania's tweet came days after a Baptist preacher in Missouri drew flak over comments he made about appearances of women, including Melania. Pastor Stewart-Allen Clark came under fire for a sermon where he offered advice to wives, stating that it would stop their husbands from becoming "distracted" by other women.

The pastor's "wisdom" also included comments about the former first lady, whom he described as "the epic trophy wife of all time" and urged even though some women may be unable to follow in her path, they can be "participation trophies".

The General Baptist denomination has admonished the pastor for his comments, as a 22-minute video of his February 21 sermon, which was shared on Facebook, went viral. On March 2, it was reported that the pastor had "taken a leave of absence" and is seeking "professional counseling".

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