Melania Trump just (sort of) landed her first magazine cover as First Lady. For one, this Wednesday - just 24 hours before the cover's release - President Donald Trump signed two sweeping executive orders on immigration, promising to "secure the southern border of the United States through the immediate construction of a physical wall on the southern border" and increase the number of border patrol officers.
Nearly as if it was planned, this cover was dropped on Thursday, which was the exact same day the Trumpster and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced they had canceled their scheduled meeting together.
A teaser previews an article about her "turbulent" family background, how she deals with her husband and how she plans to become "the new Jackie Kennedy".
Friedman took the photo a year ago for a feature by Julia Ioffe that ran in the April 2016 issue of GQ.
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If this was the assumption, Vanity Fair Mexico fell victim to that old adage about "u" and "me".
Dramaaaa! Obviously, the image of Mrs. Trump eating diamonds on the cover of a Mexican publication is upsetting several people as many of them have voiced their complaints on social media (below).
One U.S. -side Twitter observer suggests that the VF Mexico cover represents Melania's let-them-eat-cake moment. Both the article and picture were originally featured in GQ.
Trump has yet to comment publicly on the new issue of Vanity Fair Mexico.
A woman, tweeting under the name, Antonella wrote: "Melania Trump on the cover of Vanity Fair Mexico is the new definition of irony in the Royal Spanish Academy dictionary". Regardless, it was a very odd cover choice.