After CNN reporter Kate Bennet launched into a litany of examples of Melania Trump’s estrangement from the Donald, in the wake of a series of infidelity scandals involving porn stars and Playboy bunnies, she pondered the First Lady’s “mysterious” response to her husband’s public serial adultery — much of it allegedly having occurred while she was pregnant with their son Barron.
Unable to contain himself, anchor Chris Cuomo, broke down into hysterical fits of laughter at the pink elephant in the room… that Melania’s disgust with her husband has all the mystery of a neon sign. You can watch the video below this article.
“If you’re looking for clues…,” Cuomo sputtered, “Remember this?” He proceeded to pull away his hand from his co-anchor, mocking Melania slapping Trump’s hand away as they exited Air Force One several months ago.
Ms. Bennett enumerated the so-called “clues” about the degeneration of the First Marriage, which stands in stark contrast with the loving relationship America witnessed between President and First Lady Obama:
She has been quiet. But she’s done certain things, like driving separately up to the State of the Union address and even the other day taking a separate motorcade to meet the president at the plane after another salacious headline broke.
Bennett continued to say that Melania canceled her trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland during their wedding anniversary, after news broke of Trump’s 2006 affair with porn star Stormi Daniels, whom he is alleged to have paid off through his lawyer, Michael Cohen, to the tune of $130,000.
Playboy model Karen McDougal has also alleged that, during the same 2006 period as Stormi Daniels, while Melania was pregnant with Barron, she had an affair with Trump.
[Mrs. Trump’s] office says that these are logistical and scheduling issues, but one cannot help but wonder what might be going on behind the scenes and whether she’s expressing herself and some frustration just by being quiet and marking these notes of independence.
“We’re looking for clues,” Cuomo said, losing it. “All I’m saying is … whatever happens with them, happens, but we don’t have to hunt for clues.”
Although Cuomo clearly had hoped to maintain his composure, his hilarious eruption of chuckles provided fresh catharsis to American viewers tired of the news media pretending that the Trump regime, and marriage, are anything other than an utterly dysfunctional array of lies.
Perhaps if they realize how laughable their sham marriage is to the masses, they can just drop the facade and at least let that one lie evaporate into the ether.
The Trumps, and the rest of us, will feel so relieved.