Women’s magazines, who claim to be a voice for females of all different backgrounds, apparently have no problem acting like mean girls when it comes to Tiffany Trump.
Editors of two women’s magazines including Elle had their seats changed at New York Fashion Week on Monday when they found out they were sitting next to the First Daughter. To make things worse, former Wall Street Journal columnist Christina Binkley shamed her on social media.
Nobody wants to sit next to Tiffany Trump at Philipp Plein, so they moved and the seats by her are empty. pic.twitter.com/XcxNYI6Kf8— Christina Binkley (@BinkleyOnStyle) February 14, 2017
“We moved and are down the hall. Come thru,” tweeted Elle editor Nikki Ogunnaike. “Phillip Plein at 10PM: 1 hour late start, editors fleeing just so they don’t have to sit behind Tiffany Trump.”
Ogunnaike made her Twitter account private after she too publicly shamed the First Daughter.
News of the editors refusing to sit next to Trump came back to designer Phillip Plein who told TMZ that he was outraged. He continued to say that people shouldn’t be attacking the First Daughter when all she wants to do is see a fashion show.
He wasn’t the only one to come to her defense. Vocal Trump critic Whoopi Goldberg was also outraged by the mean girls at Elle and invited her to sit next to her at all the shows she’s attending.
“You know what Tiffany, I’m suppose to go to a couple more shows,” Goldberg said on The View Wednesday. “I’m coming to sit with you. Nobody is talking politics, you’re looking at fashion. She doesn’t want to talk about her dad.”
Tiffany gladly accepted Goldberg’s offer.
Thank you @WhoopiGoldberg I'd love to sit with you too! 😊— Tiffany Ariana Trump (@TiffanyATrump) February 15, 2017