Melania Trump’s “legacy project” is peak Melania Trump and Twitter is totally dragging her for it

Three years into her husband’s four-year term as President, First Lady Melania Trump finally announced her White House “legacy project” this week and it’s peak Melania Trump.

“Exciting to break ground on the new tennis pavilion project at the White House today,” FLOTUS tweeted yesterday. “Thank you to all who will help in making this legacy piece possible.”

A tennis court pavilion? That’s definitely something ordinary Americans can relate to!

She continued: “This structure will be a testament to American craftsmanship and skill.”

Mrs. Trump said it is her hope that the tennis court pavilion will function as a “private space” for future First Families, offering them their own personal “place of leisure and a gathering place.”

Evidently, the six story, 132-room, 55,000-square-foot White House doesn’t offer enough “private spaces” for her to hide from her husband.

“Thank you to the many talented people involved for their dedication and support,” she added.

Along with the tweets, Mrs. Trump posted a picture of herself wearing a designer coat and heels and holding a gold shovel in front of the tennis court. Again, totally relatable!

Just for some context, Michelle Obama’s White House legacy project was installing a vegetable garden, which she used to teach Americans about healthy eating habits and how to source their own food.

Hillary Clinton‘s White House legacy project was curating a sculpture garden, which promoted contemporary works of American art, as well as overseeing a rotating display of works by contemporary American artists inside the White House state rooms for visitors to appreciate.

And Melania Trump… is having someone build her a tennis court pavilion for her own personal enjoyment. #BeBest!

And now, the responses…