Anna Wintour just got a response to the petty comments she made during an interview with CNN reporter Christiane Amanpour. When asked why she has mostly Democrats in Vogue, she replied:
“We profile women in the magazine that we believe in the stand that they’re taking on issues we support them, we feel that they are leaders. Particularly after the defeat of Secretary Clinton in the 2016 election, we believe that women should have a leadership position. We intend to support them.”
Fashion magazines aren’t rolling in subscriptions these days so you’d think Wintour would realize that she would see a boom in sales if she had First Lady Melania Trump on the cover.
Surely the Editor-In-Chief of Vogue has noticed that Melania dresses with impeccable taste. It’s not like she’s wearing thigh-high glitter boots. She’s stunningly beautiful, but she also knows where to draw the line with fashion.
American women who know a little about fashion have been blown away by the beautiful and tasteful clothes Melania wears while traveling the world representing the US. She’s simply stunning!
Wintour has gone out of her way to alienate American woman who are Trump supporters. Does she not see that she’s hurting sales by completely avoiding reports on the First Lady Melania Trump’s style choices? Isn’t that the point of it all? At least she’s not showing up wearing shorts and a t-shirt. I mean, what first lady would do that?
Vogue hasn’t always been so politically biased unless you scratch under the surface. For anyone who’s even a little politically aware, the propaganda is there, and it tends to lean to the left most of the time. Isn’t this supposed to be a fashion magazine? When did it fall off the rails and become something totally different?
The Obama Years?
Could it be that Wintour became such a big cheerleader for the Obamas that she forgot that she’s just supposed to sell fashion magazines?
Let’s face it, Wintour and all at Vogue couldn’t get enough of Michelle Obama when she was in the White House. To say they put her on a pedestal would be an understatement.
What is Vogue selling? Political propaganda or high fashion? Somehow, it seems that Vogue lost its way and doesn’t know what it is. Wintour claimed this week during the interview with CNN that Vogue has decided to “take a stand.” In other words, they plan on promoting the leftist agenda…period
According to Fox News, First Lady Melania Trump’s spokesperson Stephanie Grisham responded to Wintour’s comments:
“To be on the cover of Vogue doesn’t define Mrs. Trump, she’s been there, done that long before she was First Lady,” Grisham told Fox News. “Her role as First Lady of the United States and all that she does is much more important than some superficial photo shoot and cover. This just further demonstrates how biased the fashion magazine industry is, and shows how insecure and small-minded Anna Wintour really is. Unfortunately, Mrs. Trump is used to this kind of divisive behavior.”