Mercedes Schlapp – All Body Measurements Including Boobs, Waist, Hips and More

Mercedes Schlapp Body Measurements Boobs Waist Hips

Biography – A Short Wiki

The American columnist Mercedes Schlapp has a pretty large breast size. She knows how to highlight her curves by wearing tight, sleeveless dresses. We have all her measurements covered!

On December 27, 1972, Mercedes was born in Miami, Florida. Her family is Cuban-American. She is married to a political advocate Matt Schlapp and is a Catholic. Together they have five daughters. Will their next child be a boy, perhaps?

Mercedes is a member of the Republican Party and a frequent Fox News contributor. In 2000 and 2004, she worked George W. Bush’s election campaigns. Schlapp holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from George Washington University and a BA degree from Florida International University. Impressive!

Body Measurements Table

Here is the body measurement information of Mercedes Schlapp. Check out all known statistics in the table below!

Body shapeHourglass
Dress size6
Breasts-Waist-Hips 35-25-36 inches (89-64-91 cm)
Shoe sizeunknown
Bra size 34C
Cup sizeC
Height unknown
Weight 125 pounds (57 kg)
Natural breasts or implants Natural


Mr. Trump has tapped into the frustrations of many Americans who feel the effects of a dismal economy and believe the political system is rigged and owned by the establishment.

Mercedes Schlapp

Great leaders find a way to rise above politics while at the same time keeping their party’s loyalists in the fold.

Mercedes Schlapp

Despite his critics, Rubio has skillfully managed the expectations of many conservatives and effectively made his case for immigration reform, while working with other members to continuously improve the legislation.

Mercedes Schlapp

If Beyonce and Jay-Z had been born and raised in Cuba, they would have merely survived, with no opportunity to realize their aspirations. Only in a land that treasures liberty and the pursuit of happiness can such dreams become a reality.

Mercedes Schlapp

If the American people – pro-choice and pro-life – cannot agree with the basic concept that the life of a baby born alive following a botched abortion should be protected, then when do the rights of these babies begin?

Mercedes Schlapp