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Melania Trump’s Approval Rating Higher Than Hillary Clinton’s

If we’re being serious, this won’t come as a surprise.

Everyone knows Melania Trump is an elegant woman. The First Lady celebrated her 48th birthday this week, and she still doesn’t look a day over 25. She also just celebrated her biggest accomplishment as First Lady: Throwing an exquisite state dinner for the President of France.

And now comes even better news for First Lady Trump.

The Daily Caller reports:

A new poll indicates that First Lady Melania Trump is a much more popular first lady than Hillary Clinton was.

YouGov reports that Melania is seen positively by 40 percent of America after being in the White House for a year and a half.

Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was first lady for eight years and only registered a 38 percent positive rating.

This is not at all unexpected. Hillary’s approval rating continues to lag today, even after the media gave her the most sympathetic coverage anyone in history has ever received. In fact, Hillary’s favorability rating is lower than President Trump’s, who is a moral monster according to the media.

It looks like nobody actually likes Hillary Clinton. And that right there explains the full presidential election: Hillary didn’t lose because Russia bought a bunch of Facebook ads. She lost because she’s a profoundly unlikable person.

The American people knew that. That’s why they took a chance and voted for Donald Trump. They didn’t think a woman who ran an illegal email server in her water closet as Secretary of State, putting classified material in danger of being hacked should be President of the United States.

Looks like Hillary, like Rodney Dangerfield, can’t get any respect. Good riddance, and go back to the woods, Hillary. You’ll be better off. Nobody wants to see you hawking your book in the Costco milk aisle anymore.

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