When Donald Trump officially became the 45th president of the United States on Jan. 20, the White House website was changed to include information about him and first lady, Melania Trump. Her biography page, which includes details about her college education, modeling career and charity work, also touted her as a “successful entrepreneur” who “launched her own jewelry collection” on the QVC television shopping network in 2010.
That information was then twisted by some — including the liberal Learn Progress website, which falsely claimed that “advertisements for Melania’s jewelry collection are on the White House’s website.”
“The White House website is now a carnival barker. Step right up and see the best of cheap jewelry and a modeling career,” the story said. “This act is unimaginable. We all knew that Trump would profit from the presidency, but to use the White House website as a QVC ad goes way too far