Melania Trump surely got that feeling of being criticized when one Twitter user Joe Vargas noticed the First Lady did not look like herself. It happened during the press conference in 2017 when people started noticing that Melania...well, isn't Melania, whatsoever.
That major hint on conspiracy theory went so viral that people still look for any proofs that Donald Trump travels with a 'fake' Melania. Maybe, they do have a point.
'Body double' from Mrs. Trump
After dangerous tornadoes in Alabama, the U.S. President Donald Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump paid a visit to the state. However, Twitter users readily noticed many differences between FLOTUS and the woman that came with the President.
An Alabama TV reporter posted a photo of the Trumps standing in front of the crosses, representing the state's 23 victims. And here, #FakeMelania returned.
Twitter user Redpainter1 compared the photos and confidently claimed that it was not Melania.
Others also jump into such conclusions. Twitter users compared the woman in the picture's height and face to other photos of Melania, arguing that the two are not the same woman.
People even found a woman who might be the 'fake Melania'. They confidently provided different snaps and collages to prove that FLOTUS uses a 'body double' in public appearances.
Again, 2 years later, the conspiracy theory of 'fake Melania' is giving shots to believe people that it might be true.
What's your take on it? Do you see the differences between 'real' and 'fake' Melania? Share in the comments.