If Kathy Hilton was upset about not being told she’s a grandmother, wait ’til she finds out that Paris Hilton didn’t vote for her BFF Donald Trump! But luckily for Paris, she’s too old for Kathy to ship her off to an abusive boarding school. Paris Hilton’s book Paris: The Memoir dropped yesterday, and The Hill claims that in it, her ghostwriter writes that she lied in an interview about voting for Trump in 2016. The truth is that she didn’t even vote at all! It’s really too early in the week for the crazy shock of finding out that Paris Hilton told a lie and doesn’t care about voting!
When Paris isn’t holding a little dog, she’s holding herself accountable. In Paris: The Memoir, Paris goes down a list of things she’s “not proud of” (I imagine this took up a few chapters) like sporting Von Dutch hats and singing “aaaallll the lyrics” to Snoop Dogg’s song Gin and Juice (including the N-word too, probably) at a party. Then she owned up to not casting a vote in the 2016 election. Back then, she said on an Australian talk show that she’s known Trump since she was a little girl and that’s why she voted for him. In her memoir, Paris says she never voted at all.
“When I was put on the spot in an interview, I pretended I voted for Donald Trump because he was an old family friend and owned the first modeling agency I signed with,” she wrote.
In her memoir, the hotel heiress suggested that rather than casting a vote for Trump, she was even more ashamed by what really happened in the 2016 election.
“The truth is even worse,” she wrote, “I didn’t vote at all.”
She wanted to make it clear that she wouldn’t make the same choice again knowing what she knows now i.e the tweeting, the insurrection, the grabbing of pussy, etc. Unless she’s just trying to distance herself for her own run to make Make America Hot Again. That oughta make for some awkward small talk between Kathy and Trump at his next Super Bowl party.
“Am I standing by these choices? Would I make the same choices again, knowing what I know now? Of course not!” Hilton wrote in her book.
“You make it right if you can. You apologize — in private where it counts, in public if it helps,” the mother of one said.
“I’m not pretending to be, like, the Dalai Lama in Louboutins here. I’m just saying, grace is available to all of us if we make it available to each other.”
Great, now Paris is going to sell “grace” as an NFT. And no, I don’t think this totally changed Paris is going to start voting now. Because the next time she sees an actual ballot, she’ll probably look at all those words and say, “Can my ghostwriter handle this too?”