When the first lady took her clothes off, a woman in the world’s first women’s magazine said, ‘You can’t do that!’
The first lady’s clothing choice sparked a firestorm of criticism after a photo of the first ladies outfit was posted to Instagram in late August.
In the photo, the First Lady is wearing a blouse and skirt and holding a bag, with her hands over her hips.
She then opens the bag and pulls down a skirt.
In an Instagram post that has since been deleted, the first woman in a women’s publication wrote that the image was a “bizarrely revealing dress” and accused the First Family of “pandering to the masses.”
“I just don’t think it’s OK to dress up like a bunch of white dudes,” she wrote.
“I mean, what kind of sexist thing are you talking about?”
“I’m not going to wear this,” the First Woman replied.
“You can dress like you want but don’t be that way.
You can wear it however you want.”
The First Lady then said, “You are welcome to dress as you want and I’ll stand by that.”
The woman in question has since deleted her Instagram post, but has not returned to Twitter to apologize.
In a series of tweets, the woman also shared a photo she had posted on Instagram of her and President Donald Trump.
“My husband has been doing a lot of great work for our country,” she said.
“He’s done everything from protecting our borders to defending the American Dream.
He has also served as the First lady, the husband, the son and great grandfather.
So, I will say this.
We need the First Ladies job done.
Let’s move on.”
In a statement, Trump defended the First Couple, saying they had “done so much for our great country.”
“They’re the best,” Trump said.