Baby Fists: Melania never asked Tom Ford for clothes, ‘doesn’t like his designs’


Many, many American designers backed Hillary Clinton. Some estimates had HRC endorsed by something like 90% of all American designers. Those same designers declined to dress Melania Trump throughout her husband’s campaign, and following the electoral win of America’s First Fascist President, many of those designers declared that they had no interest in designing clothes for the now First Lady Melania Trump. Interestingly enough, Tom Ford was anti-Melania before it was the cool thing to do. He went on The View in late November and he was asked if he would dress Melania or if he was ever asked to dress her. He said: “I was asked to dress her quite a few years ago and I declined… She’s not necessarily my image.” Boom. Mic drop.

Well, Emperor Baby Fists has been seething ever since, apparently. He did a pre-inaugural interview with Fox News this week and he was asked about all of the designers who have outright refused to dress Melania. This is what happened.

This insolent baby whined:

“[She] never asked Tom Ford, doesn’t like Tom Ford. Doesn’t like his designs. He was never asked to dress her…. I’m not a fan of Tom Ford, never have been…Steve Wyn just called me and he thought that it was so terrible what Tom Ford said that he threw his clothing out of his Las Vegas hotel.”

[From NY Mag]

To be fair, Tom Ford’s original story was that he was asked to dress Melania years before Donald Trump ran for president and that’s when Ford turned her down. Also: Ford didn’t say that he would refuse to dress Melania in the future, he just indicated that she wasn’t his ideal client. Now, all of that being said, Emperor Baby Fists is a f—king idiot. Pardon me, a BIGLY f–king idiot. Tom Ford could have a box full of RECEIPTS and the Deplorables would still be crying about all of those lying fashion designers.

And if you want a lesson in unhinged cognitive dissonance, I dare you to watch this short clip of Baby Fists talking about the celebrities at his inauguration. It really, really upsets him that no cool people will be there.


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  1. Margo S. says:

    Sure Jan. Doesn’t like his designs? It’s tom effing ford!!

    • vanna says:

      Yeah TF is pretty much top of the line. He has amazing gowns. Marchesa might be the way to go for the drumpfs.

    • LadyMTL says:

      IKR?? Like if Tom Ford came up to me and said “I have an interesting concept for a dress made out of dirty trash bags and duct tape, care to wear it?” I’d be probably be jumping up and down with excitement. If Melania really doesn’t care for his clothes then that just reinforces how bad her taste must actually be.

      Mind you, look at who she married…

      • Lisa says:

        Agree but Tom was clearly throwing some shade like Burberry threw at VB

      • marjiscott says:

        Oh, I don’t believe for one minute Melania married Trumper for love. I bet no one here does. She was a bought and paid for model/escort. That’s what he likes. I think she realizes she has gotten in way over her depth, and over her head, want to stay out of it as much as she can. What does she want? Her son, Barron . Also maybe, if they divorce, a couple of hundred million as well..

      • KB says:

        Lol I agree about a trash bag dress from Tom Ford. He’s incredible, the tailoring, the lines, everything.

    • Esmom says:

      “Sure, Jan” really is a perfect response to so much of Trump’s defensive answers/bullsh^t.

      And I see in the Fox News world, celebs are “special snowflakes” for not wanting to support Trump. This term had got to go, stat.

      • Annetommy says:

        Totally agree Esmom, it’s a terrible phrase, up there with “Social Justice Warrior”, “feminazi” and “libtard” in the hall of infamy.

      • Megan says:

        Instead of whining like a spoiled brat, perhaps Trump should examine the reasons why no one will perform at his inauguration. Oh wait, that would require a level of maturity he will never reach.

      • cedar falls says:

        Enough “snowflakes” and you’ve got yourself an avalanche. Which is probably why they’re so scared of them…

      • HappyMom says:

        And yet Barron and Melania can’t be bothered to move to DC and they’re not “special snowflakes?” The hypocrisy is mind boggling.

      • Erica_V says:

        I’ve changed it up for him to “Sure, Tinkles.”

    • doofus says:

      “sure, Jan” will never not make me laugh and, as Esmom says, is PERFECT for so many things he says.

      I think we should call him Towlie, after the South Park character. as I referenced the other day, one of the characters says to Towlie, indicating why he’s not able to do something, “you’re a TOWEL!” and Towlie angrily responds with “YOU’RE a towel!” that’s Drumpf to a “T”.

      along the lines of “no puppet. no puppet. YOU’RE the puppet!”

    • MellyMel says:

      Right?! Who doesn’t like TF? I can’t afford his clothes, but he makes one of my favorite perfumes (Black Orchid) and this whole thing will make me probably smile when I need to buy another bottle.

      • Miss Jupitero says:

        I love his nail polish and lipstick line. These are the only things he makes that I can afford.

    • Dani says:

      Meh I don’t care for his clothing/gowns but I do love his makeup/purses/shoes so I guess I do still like him.

    • Carmen says:

      Melanoma’s style is more Frederick’s of Hollywood.

    • whyme says:

      Just want to get this info out there:

      If you plan on boycotting the inauguration by not watching or changing the channel it won’t count because viewership is based specifically on Nielsen ratings, so to boycott it’s about social media. Don’t watch anything on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), don’t put a little angry face because that doesn’t count, it’s the hits on the videos.

  2. Jenns says:

    Orange Julius Caesar throws a temper tantrum over a 4 minute SNL bit, but please Sean Hannity, go ahead and call liberals snowflakes. LOL.

    • Kitten says:

      Exactly. Hannity, the guy who still insists that Trump never mocked Kovaleski. Such a trashbag like the rest of those neocon talking heads.

    • Miranda says:

      Do you think anyone ever called Sean Hannity? WHY WON’T ANYONE CALL SEAN HANNITY?!

      • Esmom says:

        Omg, thanks for the reminder. Even after inanities like that during a PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE, he still got elected. Sigh.

    • isabelle says:

      Why doesn’t anyone call Sean Hannity? Why! Why doesn’t anyone call the little snowflake? SAD!

    • Tiffany :) says:

      Exactly. Trump puts his energy towards the most petty things! He is such a spoiled child.

    • Sarah says:

      I have despised Hannity for well over 15 years. I used to call him and mock him. He is a pustulent bloated piece of excrement under my shoe. And he is the perfect butt-licker for Trump, who does not yet have any Directors in his Natl Security Council but has not let one insult go unanswered.

  3. Cynthia says:

    The level of pettiness this man has is just unreal. Is it possible for him to just say no comment. How can we respect a man that does not respect himself or the office of the president?

    • LAK says:

      When has he ever said ‘no comment’ to any commentary about him? Even when said commentary is so stupid it’s best to ignore it. Remember the ‘your father is an orangutan’ kerfuffle with Bill Maher? Trump actually produced a birth certificate to prove his father wasn’t an orangutan.

      A man who has so little self restraint as to NOT respond to an Orangutan is never going to restrain himself at any and all perceived slights.

      • SusanneToo says:

        What can be said to enrage him so much he’d release his taxes? Think, everyone!

      • Nic919 says:

        He sued Maher too over that. Because Maher attacked Cheetos life hero, his KKK father who beat him. Cheeto is so messed up.

        God save America from this idiot.

    • MsGoblin says:

      Hubby woke me up this morning reading the DSM5′s explanation of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. He then asked “Remind you of anyone?”

      Here’s the Mayo Clinic’s definition:

      • jwoolman says:

        Googling for

        “Narcissistic parent” (mother, father)
        “Narcissistic spouse” (wife, husband)

        will bring up gruesome tales from the survivors. Malignant narcissists like Trump don’t seek therapy because they’re so sure there is nothing wrong with them. But anybody forced to live with them tends to end up in therapy because they start doubting their own sanity….

        I’ve seen descriptions of typical narcissists with extreme narcissistic personality disorder which explain so much about Trump. The media really needs to consult with psychiatrists to figure out how to deal with his behavior. They’ve been treating him as a normal person, which simply doesn’t work. Donald is not normal.

        For example, typical traits are:
        -Very frequent lying about things that are easily checked. (That’s our Donald!)
        - Denial when told he/she is lying. (ditto)
        - Rages when proof is presented that he/she has lied. (I think we saw examples of his rages in the debates, especially the second one – he was trying not to blow it in front of 80 million people, but you could see him trying to hold the rage in. His weird behavior at the press conference showed this also.)
        - Insistence that children imitate them in all ways or else rages or withdraws attention. (Melania claims her son wants to be just like Donald and wants to wear suits like him, might be something else going on.)
        - Very thin-skinned, gets angry at any perceived slight and holds long grudges. (Trumplethinskin …)
        - Emotionally is about 6-10 years old. (Donald might be a bit younger….)

        and so on. Definitely becoming familiar with the signs of extreme narcissism and ideas about how to cope with extreme narcissists should help keep us sane for the next four years. Although the universal advice is actually to grab the children and the pets and run – run for your life!

    • Indiana Joanna says:

      Baby Fists is ready to verbally maul anyone who he perceives has slighted him no matter how old the slight. His twisted logic and responses are sickening. But all this roiling hatred has taken a toll. He physically looks like a toxic mess. I don’t think he is well.

      Also absolutely detest those hyper loud manic tv celebs shown on Fox in the video. But all American tv hosts and correspondents are like that these days.

  4. Mgsota says:

    Oh Kaiser…you made me laugh out loud when all I want to do is cry. “BIGLY F-ing IDIOT!” I can’t watch the video, I can’t stand to hear his voice or see his orange face. It’s going to be unbearable 4 years. Sigh.

    • Tris says:

      Watch it – it’s hilarious. If I’m not mistaken, he clearly says, “Celebrities say they aren’t coming, well I don’t want them there, I want the people there. And [here's the best part...] the best celebrities in the world will be there.” So, they aren’t coming, he doesn’t want them, but…they WILL be there. Because lies.

      • Esmom says:

        Exactly. He can’t help himself. I saw a funny thing on FB yesterday, maybe from the New Yorker, that Rosie O’Donnell should insult him on Twitter on Fri morning so that he’ll be so preoccupied with firing back at her that he’ll miss the oath of office. If only it was so simple!

  5. Ashamed 2 b a Fl girl says:

    To my knowledge there is no Tom Ford clothing line at The Wyn. just make up and sunglasses, so getting rid of it wasn’t much of a stretch. Also, it was steve wyn who promised he could deliver Celine Dion as a performer at the baby fist inauguration …oops.

    • Greenieweenie says:

      Idk if I’ve ever seen a Tom Ford clothing store. I’ve been in his perfume/sunglasses store but I don’t remember clothing there. And this was in Hong Kong (if ever a city had a Tom Ford clothing store–do they exist?–you’d think it would be there)

      • Ashamed 2 b a Fl girl says:

        I just checked online and the wyn removed the cosmetics and sunglasses, so yeah, no clothing line there. (baby fists misrepresents again.) No, Tom Ford sells through high-end retail stores and online.

      • Dani says:

        My husband was just there for the electronics show. They have some pieces of clothing (like three items). I know because I sent him looking for a specific top. I think it’s more of like a display of the clothing than the purchasing. They have make up, perfume, sunglasses, some wallets.

      • Brandy alexander says:

        There is one in Crystal’s at City Center in Las Vegas. It’s been a few years since I’ve been in there, but I distinctly remember men’s clothes in his store there.

      • GreenieWeenie says:

        Steve Wynn is so gross, too. Funny how it’s absolutely NO SURPRISE AT ALL who ends up being in Trump’s pocket.

    • nica says:

      It’s so weird that he even tells that story. Or it would be if he was a normal person and not an immature arse who has to prove he has friends – bigly friends no less! – by bringing up how Steve Wyn sided with him against Tom Ford. Trump engages like a desperate high schooler.

    • shoochai says:

      Right?! “he threw his clothing out of his Las Vegas hotel” – AS IF T.F.’s clothes would be sold in a Las Vegas hotel.

    • Dizzie says:

      My daughter gave me Tom Ford’s lipstick in shade 04 Pussycat. It’s the perfect color to go with my pussy hat ensemble I’ll be wearing all year or till he’s impeached. When that happens I know Tom has the perfect shade of peach.

    • OriginallyBlue says:

      I knew it. My mother gets her “news” from Inside Edition, which I despise and she even admitted was stupid, but I digress. They showed that Fox clip last night and went to the hotel to check and we going on about how it was true, but even the area they showed didn’t look big enough to hold much. They also went to the restaurant that food critic wrote about and tried the food, surprise surprise everything was wonderful and delicious. Of course there is always more to the story with this orange a**hole.

  6. Margo S. says:

    OK. That was one of the first interview clips I’ve actually clicked on with psycho cheeto. I’m actually terrified. And I don’t even live in the USA, I’m in canada. Frig.

    • KB says:

      We’re going to be depending on Canada and countries in the UK, Germany, France, etc to keep the world spinning as we step out of the democracy game for four years. Our toddler of a President can’t be relied on for a damn thing!

      • Kitten says:

        I wouldn’t depend on France–at least not if Marine Le Pen gets elected in May.

        This wave of nationalism isn’t exclusive to the US. Be prepared to watch countries fall like dominos as it ripples across the West.

  7. Cynthia says:

    Fox News just co-signs this BS — Echochamber anyone? I truly believe this man is sick sick sick, as in dementia or some other kind of sickness. How delusional can one get. You know it is killing him, that he has no celebrities coming or performing at his inauguration.

    • Alix says:

      Maybe, if we’re lucky, it literally will finish him off!

      • Neelyo says:

        I keep hoping all of the rage and self-hatred will do it. He’s way too delicate to handle this level of 24/7 scrutiny. His fans are already turning against him, his approval ratings are sinking before he’s taken office, and he’s being publicly shunned by the A – C Lists of show business. His insides must be tied in the tightest of knots.

      • SusanneToo says:

        As I’ve said before, fingers crossed. And former presidents and dignitaries all over the world can skip the funeral.

      • Kay dee says:

        And Tom Ford can offer to design Melania’s funeral attire for FREEDOM!!!!

    • Emily says:

      When he said “the biggest celebrities are coming,” how could she NOT follow up with “who?” I mean, it’s a fact that the biggest celebrities are not coming. If he wants to spin that as a “this is about a movement of the people” that’s one thing…but stop pretending that big names are going to be there.

    • Tinkerbell says:

      That’s what I’ve been telling my husband… Dementia?

      • KB says:

        I have no doubt in my mind that he’s in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. It’s what killed his dad.

      • jwoolman says:

        He’s always been awful and a know-nothing, but his language abilities do seem to have deteriorated since a few years ago. So he could very well be In the early stages of dementia. Can be hard to tell the difference between that and his norm, though. As my aunt would say, as you get older you don’t change, you just become more like yourself. She was a nurse, and also felt that typically as you slip into dementia you stay nice if you always were nice, stay awful if you always were awful. I suppose there are some exceptions, but Donald doesn’t seem like one of them.

        One commentator figures that the Russian connections will end up being his downfall because he just can’t let anything go. He tweets when he should just shut up. The smart thing would be to ignore it all, but Donald can’t resist railing against anybody who asks questions. So I hope Donald keeps tweeting – that way his weirdness and inconsistencies and outright lying are on display 24/7. Other people just have to immediately do damage control both on Twitter and in private with foreign govetnments. When he lies, tweet the truth.

    • Thnuggaboo says:

      Heard earlier that he got Tony Orlando to perform…..Why not Ted “Uncle Pervo Draft Dodger” Nugent????

    • KB says:

      What an incredible journalist they sent to interview him! “Did you even ask him?”

  8. Lingling says:

    I’m so exhausted, I should have saved my all my outrage for after he was actually sworn in. I absolutely hate that I just can’t be stirred to care about this stuff anymore. Just feels futile and like a waste of energy. It’s unstoppable at this point I just want to survive the ride with my family intact.

    *family of wrong colour immigrants*

  9. Kaye says:

    That’s okay, Mr. Trump. Tom Ford doesn’t like your design either.

  10. Darkladi says:

    The mighty orange pig demon stomp on his tiny little hooves & bellows

  11. AnotherDirtyMartini says:

    This is the kind of thing that is on his mind.All the time. He cares nothing for the people & the issues we’re dealing with. How are we going to survive him & his cabinet from Hell?

    • Esmom says:

      Seriously. I swear the preschoolers I teach have a better grasp of where a president should focus his time and attention. Unfeckingbelieveable.

  12. Ramona says:

    Its been a while since somebody posted the symptoms of Narcissistic Personality Disorder;

    1) Grandiosity with expectations of superior treatment from others
    2) Fixated on fantasies of power, success, intelligence, attractiveness, etc.
    3) Self-perception of being unique, superior and associated with high-status people and institutions
    4) Needing constant admiration from others
    5) Sense of entitlement to special treatment and to obedience from others
    6) Exploitative of others to achieve personal gain
    7) Unwilling to empathize with others’ feelings, wishes, or needs
    8) Intensely envious of others and the belief that others are equally envious of them
    9) Pompous and arrogant demeanor

    Sound familiar?

    • Betsy says:

      I wish you’d speak more to it. I can read about it, but I have no personal experience with NPD. I gather from your posts that you have.

      • susanne says:

        I have some experience with Axis 2 disorders as a professional and in my personal life. The DSM clearly outlines the symptoms, but medical and addiction factors must be examined first. Many addicts present with these behaviors, and some people with dementia experience personality and mood changes.
        What strikes me most about personality disorders is how I feel around people who have them. When I first encountered this, I felt like I was on an insanity rollercoaster. Rationally I knew it wasn’t my crazy, but I was sucked into a vortex of whacko. This wasn’t even an intimate friendship…
        Fascinating, but not something you ever want to experience firsthand.

    • original kay says:

      That’s the start. what you really need to do is google how they treat others, not what the criteria are.
      How they make you feel, how they manipulate.
      Google interacting with someone with NPD. I finally figured out my mother has it when I googled “daughters with mothers who have NPD” and it hit every single point. Every one of them.

    • lala says:

      my ex has NPD. being with him was torture – gaslighting, triangulation, manipulation. It was very hard to walk away from that relationship with my sanity and dignity intact. I dont wish that on anyone :(

      • original kay says:

        I’m sorry, and glad for you that you got away from the every day of it. Now comes the healing which unfortunately, takes a long time.

      • lala says:

        thanks – it was awful and left me nearly broken emotionally but I healed eventually. Going no-contact is the only solution. Can we go no-contact with Trump?

  13. vauvert says:

    I love Tom – and I recently started buying his makeup, which is absolutely amazing. I can’t afford his clothes (and I’m pretty sure my mom body is not his ideal client either) but I will make a point to buy anything of his that I can, just like I boycott anything remotely connected to the Drumpf name.

    I heard that Ralph Lauren is dressing Malaria for the inauguration and I sure hope it’s not true because I have been a fairly loyal client for years,; despite that, when I was out shopping two days ago I abandoned a bunch of items branded RL because I will absolutely not support any business that chooses to be associated with DT. It’s small things but at the end of the day if everyone does that that, it will have a major impact on a corporate bottom line – which is the only thing these people believe in.

    • Maria says:

      i totally agree that boycotting his supporters is the way to go. All these people understand and have respect for is money. So you have to hit them where it hurts.

    • MellyMel says:

      Yep I read Ralph and Karl Lagerfeld were going to dress her for that day. Not sure if Karl being involved means Chanel since he’s with multiple brands. I really hope Ralph doesn’t as well since I’m another loyal customer.

    • African Sun says:

      @vauvert, oh no you did not just call her Malaria? Crying so hard today LMAO!!!

      My favourite nude lipstick colour from Tom Ford is Negligee <3

  14. robyn says:

    Melania sounds and looks somewhat like the Russian spy Natasha from the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoon days … except Melania is a former “model” who wore no clothes at all. Anything other than nude would be fine.

  15. Cee says:

    President Elect Trump has repeatedly shown his priorities – smacking down celebrities who call him out and trying to get celebrities on his side.

    This will be The Presidential Apprentice 2017.

  16. Arock says:

    How is this the shit hes talking about right now?!?!!???
    Are there not more pressing issues?!??!?………

    • Embee says:

      He had no idea what a presidents job actually was when he began the election. He’s a brat. I really am wicked scared

      • Esmom says:

        Yup. And when anyone dares to point that out, the deplorable and other sycophants scream that we’re “so elitist.” GRR.

  17. Giddy says:

    I saw an interview yesterday where Cheeto-face was asked how he felt about the Democrats boycotting the inauguration. He said that was fine because needed their tickets. Because SO MANY important people have asked for tickets! Right. I imagine that the Trump headquarters will be empty of staffers as they are rushed to D.C. to be seat fillers. He also said that he didn’t want celebrities or members of Congress there because he wanted “the people”. Sure.

    • Esmom says:

      Yeah, this wanting “the people” in attendance is a new rationalization for why so many celebs and dignitaries are declining to attend. As if he’s ever given a rats ass about “the people.”

    • SusanneToo says:

      I hope a lot of legislators aren’t saying they won’t attend, but simply don’t show up, leaving all their seats empty. A nice visual for the trumpees watching.

    • Payal says:

      Did anyone see where the Orange One was advertising free tickets on Facebook ?

    • Lightpurple says:

      Except they can’t sit where Congress sits.

  18. Jag says:


    Please, please everyone – do not watch him being sworn in. Not on youtube, not on the television, not online where it will be counted. He will implode!

    • justsaying says:

      Let’s hope the ratings suck!

    • Embee says:

      I’m not watching and none of my friends plan on watching. I’ll just be completely dressed in black

    • marjiscott says:

      That’s the plan in my apartment building here in California. Also, protests on Friday are in Los Angeles and all major cities. Don’t watch any network TV that day. Go out and join the protests!

    • Malificent says:

      I’ll be taking my 9-year-old son to see Hidden Figures on Friday.

    • Karen says:

      I just set my dvr to The Weather Channel during the inauguration to make sure his ratings bleed. This is the one channel you know won’t be broadcasting the orange turd. I know a number of people doing this.

  19. RussianBlueCat says:

    Whenever, donald makes comments like this on a minor subject( but gets the most media attention) there is usually something he is trying to deflect attention from. Wash, rinse, repeat, but the orange stain keeps coming back

    • Lisa says:

      Like, we still want to see his tax returns. And what about the conflicts of interest? And the zillions of taxpayer dollars it will cost to keep his trophy wife in NYC? And what about the 20 million who are about to lose their health insurance? etc. etc. etc.

      • Christin says:

        Plus cabinet nominees…

      • steerpike says:

        ESPECIALLY cabinet nominees…

      • jwoolman says:

        Melania is most likely his not-really-current trophy wife. She’s too old for him. They probably have a deal for her to act like his wife sometimes for political show. Their body language makes that pretty clear. The campaign may have derailed plans for a formal divorce. So it’s best if she stays away from D.C. as much as possible. It would be harder to keep up the sham there.

        The child still has to have Secret Service protection even though the divorced parent has custody. This is really what we are seeing with the unusual twist that the President still owns the place where his ex and their child live. It was bound to happen eventually, so we had better get used to having protection split between D.C. and wherever the custodial parent of the President’s minor child lives.

        Folks can scream all they want about her getting a formal divorce if she wants to live apart from the Narcissist in Chief. But this is the arrangement they have. If they were divorced, the costs would be the same unless
        you really believe a divorced woman has to live in the White House with her crazy ex. Or that the crazy ex should have custody of the child simply because Americans can’t deal with a situation that is going to become more common.

  20. Odette says:

    And there goes Fox news passing on false narratives again. As Kaiser points out, the news readers took an old quote, tendentiously gussied it up, and then plopped it into a more recent narrative. They do this ALL the time, and it’s maddeningly disingenuous. As a diehard liberal, it pains me to say it, but I know MSNBC is guilty of this too; but their (our) agiprop doesn’t result in a reality show psychopath taking the oath of office!

    I mean, DT is basically Zaphod Beeblebrox — except not as smart. That’s what this has actually come down to. Insane.

    • Kitten says:

      MSNBC and CNN both suck. CNN just hired Rick Santorum to be a political commentator. *eyeroll*
      As liberals we have so many great alternative news sources–there is absolutely no reason to be watching mainstream media coverage.

  21. nemera77 says:

    This is his response to anyone that says anything he doesn’t like. If Tom Ford had said he would love to dress Mrs. Drumph.. he would be praising him as the greatest most fabulous designer of all time.

    I don’t know what Melania has on him. But whatever it is it is BIG.. because she is able to distance herself from him. NOT live with him and NOT really be out front as the First Lady. Something we have never seen in the history of this Country. And to me it means that he can’t control her or make her do anything. And I wonder why that is. Because he was very domineering of his other wives. She seems to be able to dance to her own beat and only do what she wants to do. I wish she would tell.

    • RussianBlueCat says:

      If Melania has dirt on donald she might be holding back until her son is an adult. She may not want to take a chance that donald could take her son away.

      • steerpike says:

        In general, I boycott anything associated with the Trump family, but if Melania would only write a tell-all I would buy it in a second.

    • holly hobby says:

      Maybe she’s a russian spy…. bwah bwah bwah!

  22. grabbyhands says:

    24 hours to the apocalypse and this a**hole is STILL wasting time with this.

    We are officially in Game of Thrones territory and the Cheeto Messiah is the Mad King ready to set the kingdom on fire.

  23. lightpurple says:

    Uhm, the man is about to become President of the United States of America with all that entails, has no prior government experience of any kind, has no knowledge of the majority of the agencies for which he is about to become responsible, yet he has time to take phone calls from Steve Wynn to discuss women’s clothing? PRIORITIES!

    And I’m going to let Wynn know I will boycott his new casino here unless there is a full Tom Ford store. Not that I was ever going to set foot in the place any way – I don’t do casinos.

    • Esmom says:

      Re: Trump’s priorities: I know. I know. I KNOW. And Fox indulges him. What the actual f^ck?

    • Kitten says:

      I’m still salty about that f*cking casino coming to Everett. In addition to the fact that I HATE casinos, it’s going to f*ck up traffic in Charlestown.

      • Esmom says:

        If it’s any consolation, a massive casino moved into Chicago not too far from my house a few years ago. Residents were terrified about traffic issues, among other things. No traffic problems have materialized, a complete non-issue. And business is (sadly) booming at the casino. (I hate them, too.) I did, however, witness a couple pulling out of there around 7:00 am one morning not long ago and immediately blow right through a red light. Thankfully the other drivers and I were caffeinated and/or sober enough to dodge them.

      • Kitten says:

        That actually is a HUGE consolation. The area of Boston that I live in is really residential and fairly quiet–lots of narrow, one-way streets, etc. People already come from adjacent towns to cut through Charlestown, speeding through my quiet ‘hood where kids are playing and people are walking with strollers, etc. My fear for the casino was this times four.

        Wow, that is terrifying about the people blowing a red light though. So glad you’re safe, Esmom.

  24. SusanneToo says:

    Tom Ford does clean and elegant designs, not high dollar kept woman. Of course the gold plated vulgarians wouldn’t like Tom Ford.

  25. Rachel says:

    I am so glad this story came out. We had a wedding planned with the Wynn. Cancelled! Removing our money may not make a dent in the Wynn empire, but it’s money they don’t get to add to their books.

  26. Snowflake says:

    It really annoys me how people are calling liberals Snowflakes. They never stopped complaining about Obama, but God forbid we say something about Trump

    • SusanneToo says:

      But it’s being embraced, like THEY embraced deplorables. Because enough snowflakes will make an avalanche.

    • Embee says:

      They have to call liberals names because they’re embarassed that we were soooo right about the orange beast being a terrible choice. Everyday he gets worse, they get more embarassed. I’m proud to be called a Snowflake for being a Democrat

    • HappyMom says:

      This times one million.

    • Kitten says:

      I just call them snowflakes right back. My BF is watching C-SPAN and said the folks on the energy committee are senators from Montana, West Virginia, Oklahoma who are crying about having their coal jobs taken away.
      Talk about entitlement.
      Time to find a new job, learn a new skill set, etc but stop expecting jobs to be handed to you just because you’re a white dude who’s great grandfather, grandfather and father worked in a coal mine. Time to get off your ass and start looking for a new job like the rest of us do.

      But yes we are all “special snowflakes”. *eyeroll*

      • Shark Bait says:

        Sometimes I will read the responses to Trump’s tweets because there are some hilarious ones. There was an exchange where anti Trump tweeters were using snowflake and safe space back to the Trumpsters and a few of them were saying “hey get your own phrases, those are ours.”
        I also weep for people who embraced the deplorable title. Yeah ok, I get y’all hate Hillary, but ummm when you are actually deplorable and say deplorable things… that’s pretty said. Some old couple by my in laws have a sign that says “Hillary for Prison” right next to a sign saying “Proud Deplorables for Trump” which was still there in January!!!
        The scary mommy comment section (check it out even if you don’t have kids, there is some hilarious and frightening discourse on there) is full of women (and some rando men) saying libtard, snowflake, Hitlary Lover, baby killers, etc etc as well as at least a dozen people saying awww do you need to go to a safe space with your coloring book and play doh. And also smart women relentlessly mocking them for all saying the same thing. Where did the coloring book and play doh crap come from?

        I agree with you Kitten, as usual.

      • Christin says:

        Kitten, completely agree about coal mining. I don’t understand what magic wand some expect. It’s been a dying industry for *decades*.

        My grandfather drove an hour each way to work in a VA mine from his early teens until layoff when he was in his late 50s. That was in the 1950s, and by the late 1980s, so many signs pointed to coal being on its last legs in terms of a viable industry for future generations’ job security.

        Granted, it was good money for those willing to take the significant risks. But it’s been clear for 30 or more years that it is time to retrain and maybe MOVE to get sustained employment.

    • Shark Bait says:

      They don’t like it when you embrace it. At least on twitter. When I have seen people clap back that snowflakes are beautiful and enough snowflakes cause an avalanche, they go ummm it’s not a compliment it’s an insult! Haha they really are way more snowflakely than liberals.

  27. Patricia says:

    Somehow I managed to watch the second clip. I’ve been unable to look at or hear Trump lately, just can’t take it. But I watched that clip and it was SO PETTY. Trump was petty, both news casters were petty as hell. This is the news, right before a presidential inauguration? THIS IS THE NEWS!!? It’s end times, people.

    • Esmom says:

      Exactly. And he had the nerve to call out the CNN reporter as being “fake news.” As if this crap is in any way relevant. End times, indeed.

  28. IlsaLund says:

    Does he ever not wear a suit and jacket? Is he ashamed of his body? I never see him dressed casually like other Presidents in short sleeves or slacks. Does he have a body image problem?

    • Lisa says:

      The only time I’ve seen him in something other than a suit is in a picture of him golfing. He looked pretty bad. Didn’t Dr. Oz weigh him to be around 260 lbs. A man with no waistline and birthing hips is kind of hard to forget. Having said that though, poor body image should be the least of his, and America’s, problems.

    • doofus says:

      no, he doesn’t wear anything besides that. and yes, I’d say he’s ashamed of his body.

      did you see the pics someone linked to yesterday of him on the golf course? dude’s got a serious badonkadonk. and I’ll bet it kills him that there’s an unflattering picture of his wide-hips and large a$$.

      and, recall, how much he hates those pics of him with his doubledouble chin.

    • Embee says:

      Maybe if he’d loosen the tie, his face wouldn’t look so orange and wouldn’t look like a bobble head monster

    • jwoolman says:

      I think Trump has always preferred suits and ties, so it’s not an attempt to hide his excess weight. He dresses casually on the golf course. It’s just clothing. I wear what’s comfortable for me, he can wear what’s comfortable for him.

  29. mp says:

    I’m off topic, but I was wondering, what would happen if he actually had a “good” goverment, meaning good economy (because at the end of the day people only care about money), wouldn’t that be worst? wouldn’t that give them validation??? I mean that isn’t it weird that actually the best case scenario is if he actually ruins everything…?

    • I'mScaredAsHell says:

      Given his cabinet picks, the desire to undo all things Obama, tax cuts for the wealthy (aka supply side economics), I’m not betting any money on him having a good government or good economy. It’s a historical fact that there’s usually a recession under Republican administrations.

      • Lady D says:

        If the States is lucky there will be a recession. It could be far worse. Has there ever been a republican leader with as many bankruptcies as this one? I bet he’s a leader in that area.

    • GMonkey says:

      No, mp that would actually be great if he magically had a “good” government. I just don’t see it happening. Also, since I’m a sexual assault survivor, I literally feel like I’m going to vomit every time I hear his voice or see his face. I can only handle reading about him without having a visceral reaction.

      I honestly hope that this country is successful. I don’t wish gloom and doom on the world because I despise a man who brags about sexual assaulting women.

    • jwoolman says:

      It will all depend on how well he is restrained from implementing the worst of his ideas by the force of public opinion as well as by any sane advisors that may have sneaked into the Trump White House. He may end up with more opposition from Congressional Republicans than he thinks as he gets wilder.

      Economic experts seem pretty convinced that his approach will be disastrous, though. They’re talking recession and inflation. The head of the Fed has pointed out the consequences and as a result might not remain long in the job….

      Trump wants to get started on mass deportations right away. Good lord, it’s 12:18pm as I write this and he may have started already. It had been pointed out that this is likely to result in many more people coming into the US illegally, because of the effect on the economies where they will be sent. Things will be worse for more people so they will head for our border. One guy estimated that if he deports three million, we are likely to see those replaced by another six million (including some of the people who were initially deported). Things are interconnected in ways far beyond The Donald’s capacity to understand. Police are balking at the idea of turning over people for deportation for minor infractions. They say it makes it much harder to get information from the communities and just isn’t necessary.

      Someone else pointed out that mass deportations will have another interesting effect on our economy – sudden loss of both workers and consumers. And there won’t be a rush by non-immigrants to fill many of those jobs, as one community found when they pushed out Mexican field workers before the harvest. The fruit they would have picked ended up rotting.

      If Trump goes after the kids Obama protected, though, the gloves will come off and Obama will actively work against him. Obama made that crystal clear in a recent speech. Obama will have much more influence than Trump in guiding public opinion because so many more people actually like and respect him.

  30. Eric says:

    Tom Ford doesn’t make diapers, Pol Pot-belly. He dresses elegance, a word you’re not familiar with (“unpresidented”). Baron Bomburst can keep wearing his over-sized “suits” to cover up his girth and diaper lines. Sad! Bigly Sad!
    Obama sent you a message yesterday Emperor Zero. The press isn’t going away and Barry told them obliquely to stay after you. Tremendous! (For us). Disaster! (For you, Genghis Con).

  31. Macscore says:

    Trying, trying so hard to be somewhat optimistic… I came across these lines from the historian Howard Zinn:

    “What we choose to emphasize in this complex history will determine our lives. If we see only the worst, it destroys our capacity to do something. If we remember those times and places – and there are so many – where people have behaved magnificently, this gives us the energy to act, and at least the possibility of sending this spinning top of a world in a different direction.
    And if we do act, in however small a way, we don’t have to wait for some grand utopian future. The future is an infinite succession of presents, and to live now as we think human beings should live, in defiance of all that is bad around us, is itself a marvellous victory.”

    Hugs to all Celebitches out there, on this day before Doomsday.

  32. adastraperaspera says:

    Cue dictator fashion. Watch for Ivanka’s fashion associates to come forward and push their sick vision of women and society through the clothing and shoe pipeline.

    We have to refuse to purchase this stuff.

  33. Embee says:

    This guy gets offended over the stupidest things. He lies about everything. His wife doesn’t like Tom Fords designs? She’d probably love them and wear them all the time if wanted to dress her

  34. Ms Monica says:

    Nobody wants to dress her………………………this is only the beginning. the most hated man in America !

  35. spiffypaws says:

    “Emperor Baby Fists”! Brilliant! You just made my day.:)

    • Amy Tennant says:

      I actually hate the nickname when they put it in the title. No biggie, it’s just that my browser add-on that automatically replaces pictures of Donald Trump with pictures of kittens doesn’t work when they say “Baby Fists.” If they say “Trump” it works just fine!

  36. I'mScaredAsHell says:

    Nancy Sinatra was asked her thoughts on Emperor Baby Fists and Melania doing their first inaugural dance to her father’s song, My Way. Nancy responded “just remember the first line of the song.” The song’s first line is “and now the end is near.” 😍

    • SusanneToo says:

      Perfect! Nancy is very vocal on her twitter in her opposition to this travesty.

    • Lightpurple says:

      And he must face the final curtain!

    • Christin says:

      That’s a rather fatalistic song (LOL). When the ‘Elvis faked it’ theories were strong in the late ’80s, one of the supporting points was how he began singing My Way — because it’s basically a farewell song.

  37. Jaded says:

    I hope the inauguration is a complete fail – tens of thousands of protesters, musicians who jack their performances with speeches damning Trump and his gang of greedy fart-catchers, planes flying overhead with banners saying “DUMP TRUMP”, and maybe the four horsemen of the apocalypse making a special guest appearance.

  38. rahrahrooey says:

    “Baby Fists:” Ahahahahahahahaha!

  39. IlsaLund says:

    Many of the designers that have dressed Michele wrote her personal letters of thanks:

  40. Victoria says:

    I’m by no means a Trump supporter, but after reading Tom Ford’s comments on what he allows his son to wear, and admittedly calling some of his sons choices “tacky”, I could care less about his brand. That, and walking around with a purse with a big TF medallion on it isn’t really my thing.

  41. tw says:

    I can’t get past his weird dye job and fake tan goggle outline. THIS IS NOT A SANE PERSON.

  42. tw says:

    Deplorables do not care about receipts. Someone I know called him a “great man” this week. When I asked her how she could consider him a great man when he brags about sexually assaulting women, she responded that I should not believe everything I hear. He is on VIDEO doing this. The cognitive dissonance is strong.

    • doofus says:

      and this is why you can’t argue/debate with his hardcore supporters.

      they could witness him sexually assaulting a woman and they’d say “oh, it was taken out of context”. they refuse to see what is right in front of them; you can’t argue with someone who refuses to acknowledges facts.

    • Kitten says:

      Shambles had a great comment on the thread from yesterday about this, basically saying that–wait, I’ll just copy and paste because paraphrasing will ruin it:

      “Shambles says:

      January 18, 2017 at 10:27 am

      I think, in the case of the people who are still avidly and excitedly supporting him, it’s become about self-preservation more than anything. If they admit to the what’s right in front of their faces, the fact that this is a clusterf*ck that is descending deeper into the pits of hell by the minute, they have to admit that they made a fundamental error in judgement. They have to admit they they, with all the brain power that they posses, consciously made the wrong choice. They have to surrender to some sense of self-awareness of the biases, hatred, ignorance, and nastiness they hold within them. And for people as shallow and one-layered as the Trump people have proven to be, that would probably blow a fuse, honestly. They couldn’t handle life without the layers of delusion and cognitive dissonance they’ve spent so much time shrouding themselves in.”

      I think she really nailed it with that assessment.

      • steerpike says:

        Well, that honestly explains a lot.

      • Pip says:

        Yup, lots of sense there. & there’s a very similar denial going on here in the UK re Brexit. “See – the economy’s fine, everything was exaggerated ….” no, you f*ckwit, it’s because nothing has actually happened yet.

      • Marley says:

        Fair point. Obama’s supporters are pretty much the same with the way they ignore his war record. A lot of civilan deaths on his watch. But you’ll need to remind me of why that’s OK and why we’re not suppossed to talk about it.

      • doofus says:

        Marley, I don’t recall anyone saying that it’s “OK”, or that you can’t talk about it.

        civilian deaths, while horrible and unfortunate, occur on every President’s watch; this is not unique to Obama. the issues that are being raised in regard to criticism of Drumpf are definitely things that are NOT normal, and NOT common to any Presidency. (ethics/conflict of interest with his businesses; the absolute inexperience and, frankly, stupidity of some of his Cabinet picks; the nepotism, etc. and, perhaps the most important, him being under the thumb of a foreign power who meddled in our election.)

        but, go ahead, say what you gotta say. no one here will tell you that you can’t talk about them.

      • jwoolman says:

        Marley- it’s not that Obama supporters are denying the civilian deaths, it’s just that GWBush is such a hard act to follow in that aspect…. Really, civilian deaths were so massive under both Bushes, in the hundred thousand and more category. In Gulf War I, an international team of medical people investigated the aftermath in Iraq and concluded US actions were tantamount to biological warfare. When you target the infrastructure, including clean water supplies, that’s what happens.

        I’ve always complained about civilian deaths and injuries and loss of homes etc., but Obama just wasn’t in the same league.

  43. holly hobby says:

    Oh for f—ks sakes, must he respond to every little trivial thing? Man up and grow a pair! Gee!

  44. Jaded says:

    This will make you have nightmares…but it’s Samantha Bee so they’ll be funny nightmares:

  45. gwen says:

    Trump and the Truth have never been met,

  46. Guesto says:

    So, it’s actually happening. *gulp*

    I’m torn between not wanting to watch a single second of tomorrow and wanting to watch in the hope that it will be the mortifying embarrassment that the toxic orange deserves.

  47. Marley says:

    Yay capitalism!

    The planet is dying thanks to runaway climate change and somehow addressing it isn’t the nation’s number one priority. Cognitive dissonance indeed.

  48. AnnE says:

    This is the highest of praise …. The Trumps don’t like Tom Ford’s designs! Scratch that, Ivanka must be the lone Trump who likes some of Tom Ford’s designs since she copies them!

  49. whyme says:

    Pasting here as well:

    Just want to get this info out there:

    If you plan on boycotting the inauguration by not watching or changing the channel it won’t count because viewership is based specifically on Nielsen ratings, so to boycott it’s about social media. Don’t watch anything on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), don’t put a little angry face because that doesn’t count, it’s the hits on the videos.

  50. Jayna says:

    I predict Trump will have a heart attack during his presidency, if he’s not impeached first. He looks unhealthy, and I get the feeling he’s not a healthy eater nor into exercising.

    • Christin says:

      Supposedly his favorite meal at a high end NYC restaurant is — well-done hamburger and fries. Seriously.

      • jwoolman says:

        Well, he probably does have a salad with that…

        I have no moral standing to complain about The Donald’s eating habits, since I would likely be doing the same at a fancy restaurant except I would need a veggie burger… and I just ate half a can of Pringles. Not even sure that Pringles is food. Hey, it was on sale.

  51. Dinah says:

    The Slovene is allegedly parading around in the nude (in full view of secret service). She’s a nudist and grew up wanting the world to see her juicy bits. She got her wish. Be very, very careful what you wish for.

  52. Anare says:

    Thank you Steve Wynn for making your affiliation with Trump known. Tom Ford is probably 😂 right now and the rest of us can make damn sure we don’t book a room in any Wynn Resorts.

  53. Deeanna says:

    Yes, in my opinion Trump is displaying signs and symptoms of dementia. But not Alzheimer’s dementia. He is displaying signs of the second most common type of dementia, which is called Lewy Body Dementia. While they are both dementias, they manifest in different ways.

    I watched a very intelligent family member become afflicted with Lewy Body Dementia. It starts out subtly and if you are not aware of the mental and behavioral changes it produces, and at first you may think the person is just “getting weird in their older age”. In addition, the progession of it is not the relentless downhill deterioration of Alzheimers dementia. With Lewy Body Dementia there is what is known as a “step-like” downward progression, meaning there may be no discernable change for a year or more, and then comes a noticeable downward “step”.

    With Trump, I think he likely already had a personality disorder for a long time. And then comes old age and the dementias…

    Lewy Body Dementia, by the way, is related to Parkinsons’s Disease. “Lewy Bodies” are a certain type of protein found in the brain – discovered by and named for Dr. Lewy. If these proteins are located in the back, lower portion of the brain then Parkinson’s Disease is the result. If located in the upper front or temporal portion of the brain, then Lewy Body Dementia is the result. And from onset to death can be a long, long time.