Emily Ratajkowski Is Not Here For Anyone Slut-Shaming Melania Trump

Posted February 17, 2017

"Sat next to a journalist from the NYT last night who told me "Melania is a hooker"," Ms Ratajkowski shared on Twitter.

Emily also seems to be referring in her tweets to resurfaced nude photos of Melania Trump from 1995.

Melania Trump has been busy, doing more than raising her 10-year-old son Barron in Trump Tower or suing a publication that she says ruined her chances of earning millions of dollars as first lady by publishing the false allegation that she once worked as an escort.

"OMG. You can't even speak up for the women who your husband bragged about assaulted", she said.

White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon made that point explicitly clear to The New York Times.

The decision for Bernstein to issue his apology through Twitter was mutually arrived at after a discussion with editors, according to Times public editor Liz Spayd, who felt Bernstein's response and the Times' handling of the situation was appropriate to the "strange territory" under which the incident transpired. "Gender specific attacks are disgusting sexist bullshit".

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The comment became public knowledge on Monday after supermodel Emily Ratajkowski stated that she heard what was said and was outraged over it. Trump tweeted, tagging Ratajkowski and adding the hashtags #PowerOfEveryWoman and #PowerOfTheFirstLady.

The reporter in question, Jacob Bernstein, apologized for his comment on Twitter, calling it a "supid remark" that was "referring to unfounded rumors".

Earlier this month, Mrs Trump re-filed a legal case against United Kingdom newspaper Daily Mail over allegations that she once worked as an escort.

"We are responsible for empowering our next generation with values #powerofeverychild #Powerofthefirstlady", Mrs Trump wrote. I want to take ownership of a mistake I made. 2.

The first lady is seeking damages of $150m (£120m).