White House ex-spokesman unveils Melania waxwork

White House ex-spokesman unveils Melania waxwork

Cheryl Sanders
April 26, 2018

Sean Spicer introduced the world to a life-sized wax figure of First Lady Melania Trump at the Madame Tussauds museum in New York City Wednesday. Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer launched the opening of the "Give Melania A Voice" experience. The custom messages will be sent out from a "First Lady Madame Tussaud's account".

The Melania Trump wax work, which stands in a faux Oval Office next to her husband, will leave NY on May 31 for the Madam Tussauds museum in the capital Washington.

"It's just another example of her putting on incredible events to highlight the White House and our country for the world to see", Spicer said. "It's unbelievably lifelike", Spicer said after seeing the wax figure of the FLOTUS.

Spicer added that personal interactions like that one are meaningful because they signal that "there's a deep concern for how you're doing".

According to NBC News, he told reporters that he compared the wax figure with a photo he has with the first lady and called the replica "impressive". "Have you ever thought of what it would be like to be Melania Trump?" the instructions read, adding a caveat: "Have fun but please don't be mean!" "As a spouse of 14 years I've had my own awkward moment, but I think there's a love there", said Spicer, who was present at the event, orchestrated to welcome French president Emmanuel Macron to the White House ahead of the Trumps' first official state dinner.

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