Two Hollywood unknowns just got themselves known-thanks to the wife half of this pair acting out.
You (or I) have (probably) never heard of an actress named Louise Linton, who starred in: “A Movie Or Two Or Three That’s Not Worth Researching Seeing As Though We’ve Never Heard of her And After This Report, Don’t Want To Know.”
As well, we’ve never heard of her “Hollywood producer” husband Steve Mnuchin—who invested in “Avatar” and “How to be Single.”
More recently though, you’ve probably heard of him starring as Trump’s Treasury Secretary (who, earlier this year) married the Scotland “actress” who obviously treasures, trinketts and treasure.
Linton’s on the hot seat for doing (one of the) tackiest things ever in politics but given the culture of Instagram, she must’ve thought she was simply going with the flow of how things go in the world of Instagram.
While the Trump administration has completely eliminated the word “politically correct,” that-don’t-mean-class should go down the drain with it.
While in yesterday’s spills, ToriSpilling.com already reported to you the Trump administration was draining the swamp in record ways never heard of in presidential history: completely exhausting Secret Service Agency funds so much so that come September 30 he’s practically a pork-chop suit to his lions den of haters.
As it turns out, Louise Linton and her U.S Treasury Secretary husband Steve Mnuchin (are obviously) getting in on this ticket to ride.
Linton posted a picture of herself stepping off (the United States) Air Force One with Mnuchin and (tackily) proceeded to tag every designer dig she wore from limb to limb.
When an Oregon Instagram follower posted a few words of disdain about it, she was thrashed and trashed with a hefty few-paragraph tirade belittling the woman with a socioeconomic scolding subpoena summoning worthy.
Today, (through her “publicist”) Linton apologized: “I apologize for my post on social media yesterday as well as my response. It was inappropriate and highly insensitive.”
Needless to say, the goal for a gret majority on social media crawling is to reach goals considered “balling.”
The object of the game when you reach or get to the desired position is to assume the position let them assume the position—up to and including every thread count and brick layed where at night you lay and every thread from toe to head.
Nothing is more tacky than to tell it or tag it.
Tip: When you get there, the people already know. Regardless how rich (you are) actions like such only makes you look dusty and poor.