That You? People Think A ‘Fake’ Melania Has Been Accompanying Donald Trump On State Business
This is the weirdest conspiracy theory ever.
Another day, another Trump scandal, and today it’s Melania who’s making headlines. The First Lady of the United States is strangely being accused of having a body double.
Social media has exploded with the bizarre theory that a random woman is accompanying Donald on official engagements, wearing a fake nose and sunglasses to hide her true identity.
It all started when Donald spoke at a press conference, with his ‘wife’ standing next to him and said, “My wife, Melania, who happens to be right here…” As if a) we couldn’t see her or b) she was somewhere else and he wanted us to think she was there. Throughout the speech, the supposed ‘fake’ Melania stood silently nodding behind dark sunglasses.
Will the real Melania please stand up? Is it me or during his speech today a decoy “stood in” for Melania??…
People have been taking to Twitter to say that the woman in the video doesn’t even look like Melania, and have questioned the shape of her nose. One person said, “Am I the only one that thinks that nose looks like a latex prosthetic improperly applied?”
What's sad about this whole Melania-double conspiracy, is that it's completely not a far stretch. I mean… look at that nose!
— Deanna ? (@dchaill) October 18, 2017
— вlue ѕooтн (@jRobertJohnson) October 18, 2017
Another person tweeted, “Look at her hair! Melania would never have hair that damaged. Totally different nose. Melania is as tall as Trump is, but she’s a head shorter in the video.”
Look at her hair! Melania would never have hair that damaged. Totally different nose. Melania is as tall as Trump is, but she's a head shorter in the video.
— Nat Bat ? (@ghostinmarble) October 18, 2017
"MY WIFE MELANIA WHO HAPPENS TO BE RIGHT HERE" IS EXACTLY WHAT SOMEONE WHOSE WIFE MELANIA HAPPENS TO *NOT* BE RIGHT HERE WOULD SAY https://t.co/vVIz3Q6QQe
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) October 18, 2017
Do you think this is a fake Melania, or nah?
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