According to an August 11 article published by Harper's Bazaar, anyone who is married to a supporter of President Trump needs to file for divorce immediately. That's the advice given by the article's author, Jennifer Wright, who cites two recent high-profile divorce cases in which a wife filed for divorce on grounds of irreconcilable political differences.

In July, a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader by the name of Lynn Aronberg split from her husband, Florida state attorney Dave Aronberg. The wife, who identified herself as a staunch Republican, claimed that she felt "increasingly isolated" in her marriage to a Democrat.

More recently, Deidre Ball, the wife of short-lived White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, filed for divorce partly because she was "not a fan of Trump". Wright states that, in both cases, the couples made the right decision.

Don't even bother trying to make it work, says Wright

Although she only cited two examples, the Harper's Bazaar contributor insists that it's impossible for a marriage between a Trump supporter and a non-Trump supporter to be successful because of a difference in values.

"Supporting Trump at this point does not indicate a difference of opinions. It indicates a difference of values," stated Wright, adding that a spouse "need not try to make it work" if his or her significant other supports Trump policies.

In her article, Wright acknowledges that divorce may not be possible in every situation because of financial matters.

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"But if you do have those means? DIVORCE THEM," commands the author, using capital letters to drive home her point.

Wright attempts to bolster her argument by insisting that, under President Trump, the United States is "on the verge of the second dark ages" and that divorcing a pro-Trump spouse is the morally responsible thing to do.

The article also warns that trying to make a relationship work with a Trump-loving spouse "will very likely be fruitless" because, according to Wright, 81 percent of those who voted for the president still approve of him, and those hardcore supporters aren't likely to change their opinion of the president.

"Go find a partner who thinks nuclear war is a bad thing," she writes in conclusion, apparently convinced that every American who cast a vote for Donald Trump is clamoring for war with North Korea.

Wright lashes out against traditional family values

Wright, an outspoken feminist, has contributed dozens of articles to Harper's Bazaar, most of which appear to take potshots at President Trump and his supporters. Her other offerings have also raised the eyebrows of some critics; on March 17, she penned an article slamming traditional families entitled "Motherhood is Not a Woman's Most Important Job," while her March 28 article, "Why You Should Never Tell a Young Girl Her Outfit is Inappropriate" argues that parents should not prevent their underage daughters from wearing revealing clothing.