Should the First Lady have known better during such a crucial and anticipating time?
And of course, she has more than likely voted for her husband to be re-elected for his second term of presidency.
It’s actually the fact that she didn’t wear a face mask to cast her vote.
Because we are living through a pandemic, after all!
Back in August, when it was announced that Joe Biden would be going head-to-head with Donald Trump as the official Democratic nominee, we knew this race was going to be filled with ups and downs.
While both sides made the best out of an exceptional situation, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, they also fell victim to some strange habits, including (but not limited to) name-calling, late-night ramblings, inaccurate tweets and misquotes.
It’s definitely been a wild ride so far.
The Guardian described it as a “national humiliation” watched by global audiences if that’s anything to go by. Rather than discussing the pressing issues that were plaguing the country, the 2 nominees resorted to hurling insults from either side of the podium.
Due to the president’s potentially contagious self, the second debate was forcibly canceled, though the rivals still held their own separate events where they discussed all the topics they couldn’t go into detail about the first time.
Public opinion on who performed the best was divided.
Muting the opponent’s mic while someone else was speaking. Who knew such a simple tactic would be so effective? The final debate, which took place in Tennessee, saw both candidates discuss several of the country’s problems, including the coronavirus pandemic, social movements, and climate change.
Well, what else were we really expecting?
Now, we’re mere hours away from closing all the polling stations and rounding up all the votes.
Though this year, things might be a little different.
When it was announced that Wisconsin had voted red and ultimately pushed Donald Trump over the 270 electoral threshold, Hillary Clinton conceded defeat and our new president was announced.
And it looks like it’s going to be a close one!
And according to the Independent, polls showed that Biden and his vice presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, lead the way, being favored amongst sixty-six percent of voters.
Who knows which way this one’s going to go, but one thing we know for sure is that you should all vote in this election.
Including the First Lady herself, Melania Trump.
But of course, every vote is held in confidence!
But there’s one thing that people have been left feeling quite irritated over.
Despite her recent COVID diagnosis which, we must say, potentially put a lot of people at risk.
Or is it in her very right to not wear a mask if she chooses?
Make sure to stay posted for upcoming updates.