I think it might be a good idea for the OP to compare the treatment that Mrs. Trump is receiving to the treatment that Mrs. Obama received and is still receiving.
Mrs. Obama could do no wrong. She was beautiful. Her wardrobe was stunning. Her arms were enviable. Her garden was timely. Her daughters were well-behaved. She was smart. Her cause “Get Moving” was praised (although sadly, obesity rates continue to rise, and most of the schools have given up on her “healthy lunch menus” because they are too expensive for most schools, and there is a lot of waste because children and teens don’t eat the “healthy” foods.).
The women’s magazines literally gushed about Mrs. Obama–every magazine, even teen magazines for girls, carried stories about her. The TV talk shows praised her constantly.
Even when she encouraged her young daughter to be an intern with the absolutely DRIPPING-WITH-FILTH show, “Girls” (produced, written by, and starred in by the disturbing Lena Dunham) No one, not even churches, made any negative comments about what Mrs. Obama allowed her daughter to do. No one dared criticize her.
But Mrs. Trump can do no right. Everything about her is constantly criticized. She’s so beautiful, yet no one ever says that. We never see articles in women’s magazines featuring Mrs. Trump’s wardrobe and style sense, and her ability to look lovely even in jeans and a t-shirt. Instead, the media attacks her for wearing heels, a jacket that says, “I don’t care,” etc. Her evening gowns are stunning–she looks like a queen, but no fashion magazine covers her. She is ignored or criticize, and the few times she’s been on TV shows, it always feels like the interviewers are trying to trap her with a tricky question. So far, she has not been tripped up by their silly questions about her marriage or her sex life–maybe they didn’t ask Mrs. Obama because they were afraid she would use those strong arms to deck them for asking such personal questions!
Mrs. Trump speaks several languages and is highly intelligent, probably smarter than many of the people who are elected to serve, but no television show or magazine or newspaper or talk show invites Mrs. Trump to comment on events, issues, etc.
She’s deeply religious and practices her Catholicism visibly but quietly–something many of us, including me, should emulate. But churches and Christians are not clamoring to have her speak to their Bible conference, or at their university, or even at their grade school.
She is an amazing mother to a young boy who was obviously totally thrown out of his comfort zone when his father was unexpectedly elected POTUS–the most powerful world leader. She keeps her son out of the limelight and I don’t blame her–the media would chew this quiet and rather puzzling young man to pieces–unlike the star treatment that the Obama’s daughters received.
Maybe you don’t consider it bullying, I do. She deserves better from the public and the media.