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Louise Linton’s Image Rehab Tour Continues
She says she was a “bozo” for that “silly” Instagram post.
Louise Linton Is Trying to Be Better
She’s working with a protocol expert.
The Misadventures of Steven Mnuchin and Louise Linton
The mascots of Trump-era “glamour.”
Louise Linton Loves #UggBoots
So much for her #valentinorockstudheels.
Steve Mnuchin Is Flattered People Think He Looks Like a Bond Villain
“I guess I should take that as a compliment that I look like a villain in a great, successful James Bond movie.”
This Is the Face of a Woman Who Has Never Seen Less Than a $100 Bill
She wore gloves.
Steve Mnuchin Says He Wasn’t Interested in the Eclipse Because He’s a New Yorker
The Treasury Secretary was responding to claims that he used a government plane for prime eclipse viewing.
Steve Mnuchin Reportedly Requested a Government Jet for His Honeymoon
Sources say the Treasury secretary asked to use a plane that could cost $25,000 per hour to operate.
Treasury Secretary’s Wife Wears Ball Gown to Apologize for Being ‘Out of Touch’
“It’s clear that I was the one who was truly out of touch,” she said, while posing for the cover of a luxury magazine.
this week in drama
This Week in Drama: Louise Linton, Caroline Kennedy, and a Controversial Cake
We recap the pettiest squabbles, juiciest feuds, and other niche drama you didn’t know you were living for every week.
Woman Attacked by Louise Linton on Instagram Pens Op-Ed for CNN
Jennifer Miller said Linton “owes the American people the appearance of compassion.”
To Tag or Not to Tag Expensive Fashion Brands, This Is the Question
What we can learn from Louise Linton’s Instagram.
Treasury Secretary’s Wife Bragged About Her #HermesScarf on Instagram
Louise Linton then wrote a long, angry reply to a woman who criticized her post.
Fiancée of Trump’s Cabinet Pick Wrote a Really Offensive Book About Africa
A critic called it “the defining work of the White-Savior-in-Africa genre for the digital age.”