The US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania went for a few days to their mansion located in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, to spend the end of the year holidays, but the surprising thing is that finally, the first lady of the United States agreed to shake her husband’s hand in public and walk with him smiling.
At the time of leaving the White House, both left together and holding hands. Even Melania came out with a friendly attitude greeting those who were close, although she was wearing dark glasses all the time and caused a series of doubts for Internet users.
Several media published the video and it did not take long for the hashtag #FakeMelania to be reactivated on Twitter after Internet users raised various theories. They were sure that the woman who took Donald Trump’s hand was not his wife Melania.
“Looks like #FakeMelania is making one last appearance. The real Melania doesn’t smile like that”wrote another netizen commenting on the video.
Looks like #FakeMelania is making one last appearance. The real Melania doesn't smile like that.— ???? Cindy #WearADamnMask ???? (@CindyPerry6) December 23, 2020
“Did Trump and Melania forget to take Barron with them when they left for Mar a Lago today? He did not board Marine One or Air Force One”another netizen observed.
Did Trump and Melania forget to take Barron with them when they left for Mar a Lago today? He did not board Marine One or Air Force One. pic.twitter.com/AyrNS6iqzV— Nita Cosby (@5_2blue) December 24, 2020
“Because that doesn’t look like Melania. She’s somewhere else with Barron. Melania never holds his hand, talks to him, let alone smiles when she’s with him”@JustJamie03 responded to the tweet.
“Is this the real Melania?”Asked another internet user with a photo of the presidential couple.
It is not the first time that Internet users question this type of theories about a double of Melania Trump. These unsubstantiated conspiracy theories reached the ears of Donald Trump himself in 2019 and he accused the media of manipulating his wife’s photos and even took to Twitter to label these events as fake news.
The Fake News photoshopped pictures of Melania, then propelled conspiracy theories that it’s actually not her by my side in Alabama and other places. They are only getting more deranged with time!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 13, 2019