Melania Trump Will Wear Ralph Lauren to the Inauguration

Melania had purchased her Election Night jumpsuit at Ralph Lauren's Madison Avenue store. The Huffington Post reached out to representatives for Ralph Lauren and will update this piece accordingly. Many previous first ladies have used the occassion to cast the spotlight on a relatively unknown designer which has some personal meaning to them. Tommy Hilfiger, Carolina Herrera, and Thom Browne (who designed Michelle Obama's coat for her second inauguration ceremony) are among the designers ...

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Another Trump tweet jab, again in the defense sector

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