Oregon Congressional Candidate Takes Tasteless Twitter Shot At Melania Trump, Likens Her To A Prostitute

Oregon Congressional candidate Mark Roberts insulted first lady Melania Trump on Twitter Monday, implying she works as a prostitute.

Per the Daily Caller:

Oregon Congressional candidate Mark Roberts insulted first lady Melania Trump on Twitter Monday, implying she works as a prostitute.

Roberts, who is running as an independent for the second Congressional district, responded to a tweet from Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk and decided to bash the first lady.

Kirk’s pointed out major differences between Melania’s White House staff and the staff of former first lady Michelle Obama and said the Trumps are getting by with a much smaller team.

Kirk claimed Obama had 44 staffers working for her, while Melania only has five.

Roberts responded by asking Kirk if he knew the first lady “works by the hour,” and then he place hashtags on the words, “thinkdirty” and “hoebag.”

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