Jill Biden's Ill-Timed Vogue Cover Has Melania Trump Supporters Shouting The Same Thing

Jill Biden's awkward behavior after the first presidential debate has already been mocked on social media, but her haters were seething when her Vogue cover was released just days later. Fans of Melania Trump were particularly peeved because the former first lady was never granted such an honor during Donald Trump's presidency.

On X, formerly known as Twitter, Melania got the white knight treatment from some sour MAGA devotees. One critic of Biden's coveted cover spot suggested that politics were at play when Melania seemingly got snubbed. "How many times did Melania grace the cover of your failed magazine? Oh, that's right. It's only for Liberals," they scoffed. Another critic was far crueler, insulting Biden's appearance and suggesting that meeting their standard of beauty is what makes someone worthy of a Vogue profile. "This hag gets a cover, but they couldn't spare one inch of space for the most gorgeous First Lady we've ever had. Frauds, all of them," they sneered.

As of this writing, Melania hasn't personally reacted to Biden's second Vogue cover. However, in a 2022 interview with Fox News, she agreed with those who believe that partisanship kept her from smizing it up underneath the magazine's iconic serif letters. Melania also sniffed, "I have much [sic] more important things to do, and I did in the White House than being on the cover of Vogue." However, a recording suggests that Melania was jealous of at least one woman who scored a profile and pictorial from the esteemed publication.

Melania Trump was livid over Stormy Daniels' Vogue feature

Donald Trump's hush-money scandal and the alleged extramarital affair at the center of it have been a thorn in Melania Trump's side for years now. After testifying about her night of non-passion with Donald, Stormy Daniels further needled Melania by offering her some marriage advice. Daniels played an integral role in Donald becoming a convicted felon, but based on a recording obtained by Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania may have been more upset about Daniels' 2018 Vogue profile.

While serving as a senior advisor for Melania, Wolkoff taped the then-first-lady ranting to her about Daniels doing her Vogue photoshoot with renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz. In a recording that Wolkoff shared on Michael Cohen's "Mea Culpa" podcast, a clearly miffed Melania complains, "Annie Leibovitz shot the porn hooker, and she will be [in] one of the issues." So, Melania and Donald both have mean-spirited nicknames for Daniels.

In her book "Melania and Me," Wolkoff claims that Vogue actually tried to arrange an interview and photoshoot with Melania, even promising her that Leibovitz would be behind the lens. However, what the magazine would not promise is that Melania would get prime placement on the cover — so she reportedly turned the magazine down.