How will incoming First Lady Melania Trump’s fashion choices compare with Michelle Obama, one of the nation’s most fashion-forward presidential wives? WSJ contributor Christina Binkley offers analysis on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero. Photo: Getty
Bitter divisions about the proper role of government in the United States have always been with us. Within broad limits, our Constitution’s response to this reality has been to empower states to adopt policies tailored to their own constituents’ beliefs and values.
With the First Lady’s inaugural gown typically donated to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, whatever Melania Trump wears for the inauguration will be in good company. WSJ’s Niki Blasina looks back at the last 30 years of inaugural ball gowns.
By Tim Tochukwu For Biafra Choice Writers The last documentation done by Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) this morning, January 19, 2017, shows that nothing less than 21 million Biafrans have given their preparedness to attend tomorrow’s rally for Donald Trump in Biafraland. The rally, which will hold in Igweocha (Port…