Melania Is 'Our Own Jackie O'

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Donald Trump compared first lady Melania Trump to the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on Friday, saying she should have the nickname "Melania T" to reflect her similarities with 'Jackie O'.

Others also took offense to the way Trump referred to his wife in the interview by using the pronoun "it."

'We have our own Jackie O, it's called Melania, Melania T, ' the current president said during his interview on Fox and Friends earlier today. The current FLOTUS has channeled the iconic Jackie O in the past, seemingly channeling one of her iconic looks by wearing a powder blue outfit and matching gloves for her husband's inauguration in January 2017.

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It's pretty clear that the presidential couple is fond of Jackie O., especially Melania, who's channeled her iconic style in the past. 'People love her. She gets no credit from the media but she gets credit from the people'. Second, Melania is no Jackie O, and calling her such is a disgrace because nearly all of Jackie's choices, while she was in the White House, came from historical backing and not because she thought that murder trees screamed "Christmas". She overcame a plethora of hardships and heartaches, with poise and elegance.

"Both these ladies are very stylish, there have been comparisons since day one these are probably the two most fashionable first ladies the country has ever had!" wrote one Melania fan. She balanced passions and duties, and did so with class.

Trump's Jakcei O comments have inspired several headlines and a lot of responses online, many of which include risque photos of Melania from her modeling days and cheap shots at the first lady. She made White House events celebrations of American art, music and culture'.

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