Washington, DC: The RNC held a fashion shoot at it’s DC headquarters in an attempt to make the party seem more relevant to today’s young millennial voters. The new craze in men’s fashion called the “Romper” was the main clothing item used.
RFN reporter Andy Mocksham attended the fashion shoot and afterward, he asked the organizer, White House chief of staff and former RNC chairman Reince Priebus how this all came about.
“I felt we needed to connect with the new hip Republican voter” Priebus explained.
“Fashion is one of the ways to stay current and keep cred with our peeps,” he said with a wink.
When asked who designed the line of rompers that were used in the fashion shoot, Priebus replied:
“It started out as a collaboration between myself and the President’s daughter Ivanka. But she took control of the whole thing eventually.”
“She felt that the see-through lace rompers would appeal to the younger American voter who was curious as to how conservatives really looked underneath the veil of politics and government.”
“I think we look fantabulous.”
“Ivanka really takes after her dad when it comes to making great things happen.”