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Some Twitter users believe that Ivana Trump is better than Melania Trump as FLOTUS.

Just recently, author Feminista Jones took to Twitter to say that Ivanna was almost the first lady. The “Reclaiming Our Space” writer added that she thinks about that thing a lot.

One netizen commented on her post and said that she prefers Ivana over Melania.

In 2017, Ivana called herself the first lady. Melania reacted through her spokesperson calling the interview “attention seeking and self-serving noise.” Meanwhile, several Twitter users reacted to it and supported Ivana.

“Ivana would have made a better ‘first lady’. Likeable, life like, open and real with character,” one netizen opined on USA Today’s post.

Another netizen said that Melania should step aside because Ivana is better at what the current FLOTUS is trying to do.

Meanwhile, some defended Melania. One said that the real first lady is the one who lives in the White House.

A different user mocked Ivana and suggested that there was nothing to be proud of. Barbara May opined that Ivana’s ex-husband, Donald, is a “pathetic pathological liar, Russian colluder, sexual groper” and traitor. She also added that their children Donald Trump Jr, Eric Trump and Ivanka Trump are as bad as the POTUS.

Meanwhile, Melania also has her own supporters. In fact, some consider her the “no. 1 first lady of all time ” that the U.S. would never have again. One even commended Melania for speaking five languages and exhibiting grace on the world stage. Some netizens also described the FLOTUS “lovely” and the “most beautiful, classy, intelligent First Lady.”

Some social media users felt that being Donald’s first lady is nothing to be proud of. One also defended Melania saying that she did not personally criticized Ivana despite calling herself the first lady. Another said that Ivana’s statement was just taken out of context because she considered herself first lady since she is Donald’s first wife.

Melania Trump during the 58th Presidential Inauguration
Melania Trump, escorted by a U.S. Marine, walks toward the platform the 58th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., Jan. 20, 2017. More than 5,000 military members from across all branches of the armed forces of the United States, including reserve and National Guard components, provided ceremonial support and Defense Support of Civil Authorities during the inaugural period. Photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Marianique Santos Photo by U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Marianique Santos