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The suit of white supremacy: Melania Trump's RNC fashion: A scary statement DNC Fashion: Hillary Clinton looked presidential in an all-white pantsuit Updated: JULY 19, 2016-5:38 PM EDT Updated: JULY 28, 2016-952 PM EDT JESSICA GRIFFIN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Melania Trump at Quicken Loans Arena on the first day of the Repubilican National Convention on Monday, July 18 2016, in Cleveland AP PHOTO/ ScorT APPLEWHITE Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton smiles during her speech during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Thursday, July 28, 20 by Elizabeth Wellington, ashion Writer gewellingtonphl by Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion writer@ewellingtonph So while Trump appeared flawless on the Cleveland stage Monday night, whether she intended it or not, her all-white ensemble displayed the kind of foreignness that is accepted by her husband's political party. To many, that outfit could be another reminder that in the G.O.P. white is always rinht Clinton loves monochromatic looks. She's worn nearly every color of the rainbow. On Wednesday night she stunned in cobalt blue two-piece number. But it's rare we see her in all white. White is bue that's both soft and strong But it was appropriate: Her acceptance speech was a coming out of sorts. Cinton's white pantusit is telling us she has arrived. This is surreal. A dream come true. Four years ago, Republicans fretted about trying to diversify their base, in the wake of Barack Obama's clear voter mandate. This time around, with Trump at the top of the ticket, it's obvious that ship has sailed. On Monday night, Melania Trump was a not-so- subliminal billboard for what's looking like the Trumpian view of an ideal America. Most importantly Clinton's white suit told America lod and clear that she joyfully accepted the ooportunity to run for president of the United States of America. And if that's the fashion statement she intended to make, it's a very scary one The suit of white supremacy

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that ship has sailed: Melania Trump's RNC fashion: A scary statement DNC Fashion: Hillary Clinton looked presidential in an all-white pantsuit Updated: JULY 19, 2016- 5:38 PM EDT Updated: JULY 28, 2016-9:52 PM EDT O JESSICA GRIFFIN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Melania Trump at Quicken Loans Arena on the first day of the Republican National Convention on Monday, July 18, 2016, in Cleveland AP PHOTO/J, SCOTT APPLEwHITE Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton smilles during her speech during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Phladelphia on Thursday, July 28, 206 by Elizabeth Wellington. Fashionwriter Π£ @ewellingtonphl by Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer @ewellingtonphl So while Trump appeared flawless on the Cleveland stage Monday night, whether she intended it or not, her all-white ensemble displayed the kind of foreignness that is accepted by her husband's political party. To m rem Clinton loves monochromatic looks. She's worn nearly every color of the rainbow. On Wednesday night she stunned in cobalt blue two-piece number. But it's rare we see her in all white. White is hue that's both soft and acceptance speech was a coming out of sorts. Clinton's white pantusit is telling us she has arrived. This is surreal. A dream come true But it was appropriate: Her Four years ago, Republicans fretted about trying to diversify their base, in the wake of Barack Obama's clear voter mandate. This time around, with Trump at the top of the ticket, it's obvious that ship has sailed. On Monday night, Melania Trump was a not-so- subliminal billboard for whats looking like the Trumpian view of an ideal America Most importantly Clinton's white suit told America loud and clear that she iovfully accepted the opportunity to run for president of the United States of America. And if that's the fashion statement she intended to make.it's a very scary one.
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that ship has sailed: Melania Trump's RNC fashion: A scary statement DNC Fashion: Hillary Clinton looked presidential in an all-white pantsuit Updated: JULY 19, 2016- 5:38 PM EDT Updated: JULY 28, 2016-9:52 PM EDT O JESSICA GRIFFIN/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Melania Trump at Quicken Loans Arena on the first day of the Republican National Convention on Monday, July 18, 2016, in Cleveland AP PHOTO/J, SCOTT APPLEwHITE Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton smilles during her speech during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Phladelphia on Thursday, July 28, 206 by Elizabeth Wellington. Fashionwriter Π£ @ewellingtonphl by Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer @ewellingtonphl So while Trump appeared flawless on the Cleveland stage Monday night, whether she intended it or not, her all-white ensemble displayed the kind of foreignness that is accepted by her husband's political party. To m rem Clinton loves monochromatic looks. She's worn nearly every color of the rainbow. On Wednesday night she stunned in cobalt blue two-piece number. But it's rare we see her in all white. White is hue that's both soft and acceptance speech was a coming out of sorts. Clinton's white pantusit is telling us she has arrived. This is surreal. A dream come true But it was appropriate: Her Four years ago, Republicans fretted about trying to diversify their base, in the wake of Barack Obama's clear voter mandate. This time around, with Trump at the top of the ticket, it's obvious that ship has sailed. On Monday night, Melania Trump was a not-so- subliminal billboard for whats looking like the Trumpian view of an ideal America Most importantly Clinton's white suit told America loud and clear that she iovfully accepted the opportunity to run for president of the United States of America. And if that's the fashion statement she intended to make.it's a very scary one.
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