Except, the First Lady doesn’t seem aware of any crisis, judging by her footwear.
Sure, they’re very nice and all, but did no one tell her Houston and surrounding areas could have up to 50 inches of rain this week? They’re super high, so maybe she’s wearing them to stay out of the floods and we’re just weird for making a big deal out of it.
But you look me in the eye and tell me that’s not the most inappropriate hurricane clobber you’ve ever seen.
Donald’s got the right idea: waterproof boots, beige/inoffensive pants and water jacket. He looks like every broadcast journalist to have ever reported from the scene of a flood.
And while we’re dissecting Melania’s wardrobe, can we talk about her aviators please? It’s not even sunny in Texas right now, remember — with the unprecedented weather and all?
The bomber jacket is pretty fire to be fair. That can stay.
There is no official death toll, but it is estimated that more than ten people have died in the floods.
On Monday, six members of the same family were confirmed dead. The family includes four siblings aged six to 16, according to a relative.
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They were trying to escape a van they were in when it was engulfed by violent floodwaters.
Dennis Feltgen, meteorologist at the National Hurricane Center, warned of more ‘catastrophic and life-threatening’ flooding on Monday.
He told Metro US: ‘Harvey is expected to produce additional rainfall accumulations of 15 to 25 inches through Friday over the upper Texas coast and into southwestern Louisiana.
‘Isolated storm totals may reach 50 inches over the upper Texas coast, including the Houston/Galveston metropolitan area.
‘These rains are currently producing catastrophic and life-threatening flooding, and flash flood emergencies are in effect for portions of southeastern Texas.’