Melania Trump's White House Bio Mentions Modeling Career, But Not Those Nude Photos

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Hm, wonder why.

Just moments after Donald Trump was sworn into office as the 45th president of the United States on Friday morning, the White House changed its official website to reflect the transition of power. The site has deleted its climate webpage, all mentions of the term LGBT, and been updated to feature Trump as the country's new president and Melania Trump as the new first lady.

Melania's bio devotes much space to her successful modeling career, detailing photographers she's worked with in the past (including Mario Testino, Helmut Newton and Ellen Von Unwerth) and the fashion magazines she's covered (Harper's Bazaar, British GQ, Ocean Drive, and yes, Vogue). 

It also details her charity work, as well as her role as a successful entrepreneur, launching her own jewelry collection, Melania Timepieces & Jewelry, on QVC. Though it fails to mention her unsuccessful caviar skincare line, which was sold at Lord and Taylor.

And despite all the accolades, NY Post cover included, there's no mention of those nude photos she took in 1995. 

As The Washington Post pointed out prior to the election's outcome: "First lady, typically, is a head of state role. The fact that Melania Trump posed nude in the '90s might not bother many Americans. Maybe it shouldn't. The same goes for Bill Clinton's gallivanting. But voters do have a right to consider what kind of person is representing the country – in the East Wing as well as the West."

From what we can gather so far, she seems to be representing Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis via her Inauguration Day style