Say yes (or no) to the dress!
As we reported, fashion designer Sophie Theallet made headlines when she revealed that she is refusing to dress Melania Trump because of Donald Trump's "discrimination and prejudice."
On the flip side, Tommy Hilfiger believes "any designer should be proud to dress" the next First Lady, especially because she is "beautiful" and would "look great in the clothes."
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How does the fashion world feel about Melania?? Not surprisingly, they are divided.
Among those who WOULD dress the Slovenia-native include Diane von Furstenberg, Thom Browne, and Vera Wang.
Is nothing safe from Donald Trump anymore?!
In a panel discussion with SAG-AFTRA Tuesday night, Lauren Graham did the unthinkable when she used Drumpf to defend the Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life backlash.
Let's just say we're a tad emotionally scarred from Donald being linked to our beloved Stars Hollow universe…
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In case you missed the highly-anticipated revival, some fans expressed frustration at the rampant narcissism of Lauren and Alexis Bledel's characters. To be fair, Rory did forget her boyfriend's name a billion times despite their relationship of TWO YEARS… it's pretty hard for a viewer to defend that kind of nonsense!
When the panel's moderator Gazelle Emami brought up the pair's "awful" and a "little bit selfish ways", Ms. Graham already had a pointed response waiting for her, rationalizing:
Last week, Electoral College member Art Sisneros wrote in a blog post that he is resigning from his position because he absolutely refuses to vote for President-elect Donald Trump during the Texas electors meeting on December 19!
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The Republican believes "voting for Trump would bring dishonor to God" adding:
"I do not see how Donald Trump is biblically qualified to serve in the office of the Presidency… Of the hundreds of angry messages that I have received, not one has made a convincing case from scripture otherwise. If Trump is not qualified and my role, both morally and historically, as an elected official is to vote my conscience, then I cannot and will not vote for Donald Trump for President."
While the Dayton native acknowledges that the businessman will in fact be President in January, he simply can't endorse the controversial candidate.
As of this writing, the Republican Party of Texas has yet to comment.
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