According to super model Emily Ratajkowski, a New York Times reporter called Melania Trump a ‘hooker,’ something she found to be vile and disgusting.

Ratajkowski, a 25-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model and staunch supporter of curmudgeon socialist Bernie Sanders, defended the First Lady in a series of social media posts.

She blasted the reporter for “slut-shaming” Trump and said “gender specific attacks are disgusting sexist bulls–t.”

Ratajkowski tweeted …

 

 

 

Via Fox News:

Emily Ratajkowski spoke up in defense of First Lady Melania Trump after the model claimed a New York Times reporter called Trump a “hooker.”

“Sat next to a journalist from the NYT last night who told me ‘Melania is a hooker,’” the model tweeted.

The Bernie Sanders supporter added it doesn’t matter what your politics are, “it crucial to call this out for what it is: slut shaming. I don’t care about her nudes or sexual history and no one should.”

The 25-year-old continued to say “gender specific attacks are disgusting sexist bulls–t.”

The model-turned-actress has long-defended a woman’s right to dress how she pleases.

So how did the New York Times respond to charges that one of their reporters treated the First Lady in this manner? They gave them a slap on the wrist. The dreaded ‘reprimand.’

Worse, they called the notion of Melania as a ‘hooker’ an “unfounded rumor.”

The New York Post reports:

The New York Times on Monday reprimanded an unidentified reporter who had called Melania Trump “a hooker” at a New York Fashion Week event.

“At a party last night, a Times reporter who does not cover Washington or politics, referred to an unfounded rumor regarding Melania Trump,” a Times rep said in a statement to Politico.

“The comment was not intended to be public, but it was nonetheless completely inappropriate and should not have occurred. Editors have talked to the reporter in question about the lapse.”

It’s not an ‘unfounded rumor,’ it’s as Ratajkowski said, legitimate b******t. It’s fake news.

The New York Times should be ashamed, not just for the original reporter’s off the cuff remark, but also for insulting her in their apology.

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