Friday, December 9, 2016

New York Post

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Melania Trump

Melania Trump is a beautiful woman and spent many years of her life modeling, but has the New York Post gone too far by publishing nude exclusive photos on two front page editions?

Over the years, the New York Post has sold a lot of papers with Trump on the cover. They wrote about his divorces, business dealings and love life and even endorsed Donald in the election.

Despite the “endorsement” the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid paper ran two nude photos of Melania Trump.

The photos were on the Sunday and Monday editions and one ran with stars covering her woman parts with a headline that read, “The Ogle Office”.

Monday morning, the Post ran another front page attack with a picture of Melania being held by another naked woman with the headline, “Ménage a Trump”.

The New York Post is embarking down the same road that liberals have fought for years.

Ironically in the same year that the first woman was nominated by a major political party, the wife of the other political party is being “shamed” on the front page of papers.

The pictures were taken 22 years ago when Melania was 25 and working as a professional model.

A spokesman for the Trump campaign said there was “nothing to be embarrassed about with the pictures. She’s a beautiful woman.”

The campaign is brushing the pictures aside and moving on, but the question still remains, did the New York Post go too far by publishing nude pictures of Donald Trump’s wife?

Some people think so.

Some are angry, but now some are demanding for fairness and want the Post to publish photos of Bill.

Despite fierce disagreements during this election, I think we all can agree we don’t want to see nude Bill Clinton photos on the cover of any magazine.

What do you think; did the New York Post go to far in publishing the naked pictures of Melania? Let us know in the comments below.

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