During their first trip abroad, President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania have been treated like American royalty. Back at home, however, the Twitterverse has been erupting with comments about their clothing choices–most notably, the wide gold belt Melania wore when they landed in Riyadh.
Tweets comparing Melania’s belt to WWE wrestling belts and belts worn by boxing champions are currently trending on Twitter. In fact, there seems to be even more chatter about Melania’s belt than there is about the gold chain Trump received as a gift from Saudi King Salman.
White House Wardrobe tweeted out information about Melania’s Yves Saint Laurent wide python embossed belt, including the fact that it’s currently selling for roughly $487.
— Kate Bennett (@KateBennett_DC) May 20, 2017
Melania’s belt has ignited a firestorm of comments online, with people drawing all sorts of crazy conclusions, such as thinking Melania wants to look like a superhero, or perhaps she got it from Air Force One. There’s also a tweet joking that Trump’s tax returns are hidden in there.
Melania with her WWF lightweight championship belt on. pic.twitter.com/CO7bXDSpg7
— Janey Godley (@JaneyGodley) May 20, 2017
100% Trump's tax returns are hidden in Melania's belt. pic.twitter.com/I7qe867Unh
— Half An Onion (@HalfOnionInABag) May 20, 2017
Master Melania is a gold belt in Trump Fu pic.twitter.com/8GCXYQsSgv
— Victor Laszlo (@IDontGiveATrump) May 21, 2017
— Ruby (@Ruby5202007) May 21, 2017
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