The wild conspiracy theory “ Fake Melania ” online has popped its head again, leaving a modern image of many convinced that a similar-body-like body resembles the first lady of the United States.
Photo, taken on October 22, shows Melania and her husband Donald Trump aboard a Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. Melania appears smiling, and large dark glasses hide much of her face:
When the photo was circulated online today, many insisted that they were convinced it was not the “real” Melania and pointed to old photos that they claimed also indicated physical doubles use. Of particular concern is Melania’s smile in the photo, which many have claimed does not match her smile in other photos:
even in The project Co-host Lisa Wilkinson described herself as a “fake Melania” believer:
Conspiracy theories claim that Trump used the body to stand up for his wife years ago – in 2018, some were convinced that this was a “ fake Melania ” coming off Air Force One:
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Double rumors about the first lady’s body first circulated in October 2017, after actress and comedian Andrea Wagner Barton posted her theory on Facebook.
Melania is not the only American political figure to have been accused of using decoy.
In 2016, there were allegations that Hillary Clinton was swapped for a double body after she collapsed at the 9/11 memorial service in New York after a battle with pneumonia.
The bizarre twin body rumors come after Melania and her husband Donald Trump seemed to have a very embarrassing moment at the end of the last US presidential debate this week.
The footage shows the couple walking from the stage hand in hand before Melania is quickly shown tugging her hand away from the boss.
Before the debate, Mrs. Trump was pictured alongside Trump for the first time since she tested positive for COVID-19 three weeks ago.
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