Photographic evidence of Melania Trump at the G-7 in France shows the look on her face due to an incoming smooch from Canada’s Justin Trudeau.
Interpretations of her response are rampant across the internet.
Eyes closed, she appears to be smiling.
Mr. Trump’s own face darkened during this ordeal, particularly after he had planted an erratic kiss on Ms. Merkel’s nose.
The question generally: Is Melania expressing . . . interest?
Two matters not yet confirmed:
A) Mr. Trudeau has displayed a note from Melania stating: “Come tonight, while he is asleep!”
B) Mrs. Trump has removed herself from The White House to a Motel 6.
This would be the same Motel 6 Mr. Trump moved into last winter during a government shutdown, a gesture toward budget.
An array of cameras now surveils this motel 24/7.
Inhabitants, mostly the down-and-out, with only three jobs and just enough funds for one night a week in a motel, are eager to earn a few additional shekels providing reports.
“We’re sure she’s here,” said one. “But we haven’t seen her.”
Meanwhile, Mr. Trump has already sniffed a rat by laying sanctions on Mr. Trudeau, and limiting his travel to Canada and a few vacation islands here and there.
The Army has been alerted to “stand by on the balls of their feet” in the event defense is needed from any effort by Mr. Trudeau to breach US borders.
Attention has turned to further intentions of Melania, given that Mr. Trudeau is married and has several children.
Plus, reports from eager sources at the motel indicate a long list of government figures have already visited Mrs. Trump for consultations during evening hours.
These include Trudeau disguised as a garbage truck driver, Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson, Jose Bolsonaro, and Roderigo Duterte.
Melania Trump has put out a statement:
“I have been upstairs at The White House redecorating.”
“Besides, I certainly have the right to do consulting. Look at Sara Sanders and FOX News.”
Mr. Trump has bumped up his response:
“I campaigned against regime change but there are exceptions."
"Mr. Trudeau must go. We are now considering the short list for his replacement.”
"Mr. Guaido of Venezuela is not on the list."