Donald and Melania Trump are being mocked on social media after a large moving truck was spotted parked in front of the White House.
Trump trails behind Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the presidential election. On Thursday the country was still waiting for several states to declare their final results.
A video clip of a moving van parked outside the steps of the White House caused a feeding frenzy on social media on Wednesday and into Thursday. Many social media users joked that Melania was jumping ship.
Donald Trump is preparing not to surrender if Biden is announced as the new president. He has already started several lawsuits against several states. As the image of the moving van was spread across social media platforms users mocked Trump’s relentlessly.
Referring to Melania one social media user wrote, “she completely decided in favor of Biden. She didn’t need 4 additional long periods of this.”
Straighoutofcontext was the first to share the clip online tweeting “I’m taking this live shot of the White House, with a moving truck outside, as a good omen.”
I’m taking this live shot of the White House, with a moving truck outside, as a good omen. pic.twitter.com/Uz4SuoU94N— straightouttacontext (@happywithmeok) November 4, 2020
Jon Cooper tweeted, “Somebody needs to confiscate @realDonaldTrump’s passport before he flees the country.”
Twitter user @gardenoutro tweeted, “NOT MELANIA MOVING OUT ALREADY AJFKSJCKSJCAKCK.”
melania: pic.twitter.com/e65K9Gpdib— Neo⁷ jinnie lockdown (@joonfendi) November 4, 2020
“I believe there is a Mayflower Moving Van outside the White House right now. I would pay $100 to get a look at the chapter of the Pre-Nup that addresses “Should the President Lose the Election,” tweeted Jonathan Gaffney.
Twitter user Kelechi wrote, “Not this moving van at the White House TODAY! Melania is outta there.”
Not this moving van at the White House TODAY! 😂 Melania is outta there.— kelechi (@its_kelechi) November 5, 2020
Apparently there’s a moving van at the White House pic.twitter.com/O0ZcEOaoBT— JohnGordon Lane (@JohngordonL) November 5, 2020
“Fire the son-in-law, not Dr Fauci. Where is Ivanka? Loading the Paul Revere silver into the moving van parked in front of White House?” tweeted Randall Uhrig.
Fire the son-in-law, not Dr Fauci.— Rick randall-uhrig (@RandallUhrig) November 4, 2020
Where is Ivanka? Loading the Paul Revere silver into the moving van parked in front of White House? pic.twitter.com/pwks8I5gNb
Social media had blast lately go after the first lady. Melania Trump recently used the White House website to air her personal grievances, which again triggered a fire storm of responses on Twitter.
Trump used the White House blog to bash her former best friend Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who recently published a tell-all book about her relationship with the first lady.
“As a country, we cannot continue to get lost in the noise of negativity and encourage ambition by those who seek only to promote themselves,” Melania Trump wrote on the website.
“I have most recently found this to be the case as major news outlets eagerly covered salacious claims made by a former contractor who advised my office,” she added. “A person who said she ‘made me’ even though she hardly knew me, and someone who clung to me after my husband won the Presidency.”
Wolkoff not only published a book, “Melania & Me” she also released several audio recordings of conversations that she had with Melania.
In one of those recordings, Melania can be heard griping about having to decorate the White House for Christmas and about the criticism the Trump administration received for separating children from their parents at the border.
“This is a woman who secretly recorded our phone calls, releasing portions from me that were out of context, then wrote a book of idle gossip trying to distort my character,” Melania Trump wrote.
“Her ‘memoir’ included blaming me for her ailing health from an accident she had long ago, and for bad news coverage that she brought upon herself and others. Never once looking within at her own dishonest behavior and all in an attempt to be relevant. These kinds of people only care about their personal agenda — not about helping others.”
Social media users who saw Melania’s post could not believe what they read. Twitter users quickly let her know what they thought of her blog.
“Lmao omg is this for real?” Twitter user Mamabear posted.
Vote Now responded with, “Melania Trump has finally discovered her metier: Aggrieved and self-pitying short-form writing.”
“Maybe it would Be Best if you didn’t mention “self-serving individuals” hun,” tweeted Mrs. Betty Bowers.
“With respect @FLOTUS, when your house is made of glass don’t throw stones in others. The next generation is tired of a president that competes with them for attention & disagrees with them in everything: climate action, inclusiveness, tolerance vs hate, social equality. Sad,” tweeted DynaMoe.
Russell Drew tweeted, “Wow. Fresh off her coronavirus crisis, which impacted her and her immediate family, Melania Trump uses OFFICIAL government websites to attack her ex-best friend and the media. The most useless First Lady in U.S. history. Her main concern isn’t kids—it’s getting even.”
Wow. Fresh off her coronavirus crisis, which impacted her and her immediate family, Melania Trump uses OFFICIAL government websites to attack her ex-best friend and the media.— Russell Drew (@RussOnPolitics) October 16, 2020
The most useless First Lady in U.S. history. Her main concern isn't kids—it's getting even.#BeBest pic.twitter.com/8zipMrVgsR
First Lady Melania Trump’s former ally has hit back following her scathing post on Friday. Stephanie Winston-Wolkoff lashed out at Mrs. Trump the next day.
She dismissed charges that they were not close friends. Much of their association is detailed in Wolkoff’s book Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady, that was released in early September.
As Wolkoff made her case by saying,“I find it puzzling that the First Lady of the United States asked someone she ‘hardly knew’ to attend her nuptials, join her for countless lunches, help plan the presidential inauguration, stay over at the White House and Mar-a-Lago, and act as her senior advisor,”
Then she claimed, “I wrote this book to share with the public my experience of working with Melania, our fifteen-year friendship, and her ultimate betrayal. This portrait is not all flattering but it’s the truth and Americans deserve the truth about the occupants of the White House.”
A real rebuke of the first lady’s remarks just prior. Mrs. Trump had alleged, “major news outlets eagerly covered salacious claims made by a former contractor who advised my office.”
The Justice Department sued the author of a tell-all book Melania Trump. The lawsuit claims that the author, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, violated a non-disclosure agreement that barred her from revealing confidential information about her work with Melania Trump.
The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Washington, D.C. The lawsuit asks a judge to order the surrender of profits from the book titled “Melania and Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady,” to a government trust.