Saturday, May 20, 2017

Ivanka and Melania Trump go without headscarves in Saudi Arabia visit

Infact it was a one of the crucial moment for the m
edia when US first woman Melania Trump left Air Force One in Riyadh on Saturday conservatively wearing long sleeves and jeans, to adjust to the strict dress codes Saudi Arabia authorizes for its female nationals.  Headscarf was the missing element in that dress codes.

Ivanka trump who is not only daughter  but also working as advisor to his father also did not wear headscarf. So she also followed the code but in a gentle manner picking what they liked and leaving what they did not.

Under the kingdom's strict code of dressing for women, female guests are required to wear a free dark robe, known as an abaya, in broad daylight. Most ladies in Saudi Arabia additionally cover their hair and face with a cloak known as the niqab. Be that as it may, covering one's head is not required for nonnatives. 

All things considered, the issue could bring about shame for Trump, whose long trail of Twitter messages regularly causes issues down the road for him. Two years back, he tweeted his dismay over Michelle Obama's  visit to saudia arabia without taking headscarf. So now trump has to be answerable for malenia as well ivanka in suadia arabia.

“Many people are saying it was wonderful that Mrs Obama refused to wear a scarf in Saudi Arabia, but they were insulted. We have enuf enemies,” he tweeted, using a short-hand spelling for “enough”.

Back at home new us budget 2018 has given birth to new discussion but trump has his twitter to handle all these affairs very well.

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