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But you wouldn’t know any of these things were happening if you looked at the behavior of the president’s third wife, Einstein visa recipient Melania Trump. In March, Melania wore a hard hat and mused about her excitement about building a new White House tennis pavilion. But that was early in the pandemic, so no one paid much attention. Now, however, she’s decided that this is an excellent time to redo the White House Rose Garden, and why not? It’s not like America is in the grips of a deadly virus and a record-breaking financial crisis. Things in America are not great. The U.S. economy shrunk by 32.9% this quarter, which is the worst drop on record. Unemployment is at 11% and possibly higher. Many Americans are surviving on this $600 enhanced unemployment program that is set to expire this weekend, and now Congress is out till Monday. As the Associated Press noted, “The economy’s collapse in the April-June quarter, stunning in its speed and depth, came as a resurgence of the viral outbreak has pushed businesses to close for a second time in many areas.”
And it’s not like the country has the coronavirus under control: America has 4.58 million official cases, and the real number is likely several multiples more than that. In some counties, coronavirus patients are being sent home to die. And the coronavirus is not just attacking Democrats, as the Trump administration had apparently hoped, according to a Vanity Fair piece published this week. That article quotes a White House insider saying, “The political folks believed that because it was going to be relegated to Democratic states, that they could blame those governors, and that would be an effective political strategy.” Instead, this week, Herman Cain, the cochair of Black Voices for Trump, died of the coronavirus after being photographed mask-less at Trump’s Tulsa rally. And he’s not the only one: Bill Montgomery, the cofounder of Turning Point USA, also died of the coronavirus. And for all of us, whether we live in a blue or a red state, a vaccine is still many months away.
Last week I interviewed Mary Trump for my podcast, and I asked her how was able to avoid becoming a monster in the way of much of her family, most notably her uncle, President Donald Trump. I asked Mary how she avoided all the racism and lawlessness that her grandfather and uncles had freely engaged in, a subject she writes about so illuminatingly in her best-selling book, Too Much and Never Enough. How did Mary avoid becoming a tax cheat like her uncle or a robotic, ethically challenged cipher like her cousin Ivanka? She responded simply that growing in Jamaica, in the outer borough of Queens, had made her normal. I think about this a lot as I watch the president’s wife and the president’s daughter do their own weird Marie Antoinette pantomime. The Trump women are exactly what America doesn’t need right now—that is, except for the president’s niece.
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