Trump is not happy about that Fake Melania conspiracy theory

Trump Legitimizes 'Fake Melania' Conspiracy: 'Fake News Photoshopped' Her!

Fake Melania? President Donald Trump responds to Alabama visit conspiracy theory

US first lady Melania Trump greets residents March 8, 2019 in Opelika, Alabama, during a tour with US President Donald Trump of tornado-damaged areas in the southern US state.

The freaky theory, which has cropped up repeatedly throughout Trump's term in office, suggests that a body double for Melania accompanies the United States president at certain events, most recently a visit to survivors of a tornado in Alabama.

The president said the internet rumor was another example of "fake news". "They are only getting more deranged with time!" the president wrote.

The president's tweet Wednesday coincided with a "Fox & Friends" segment that criticized ABC's "The View" for its discussion of the "the fake Melania online conspiracy theory".

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The first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham called the show's joking on the subject "shameful". "You mean there are two women who have to pretend they're listening to (President Trump)?". The First Lady's spokesperson denied that she uses a body double in 2017.

Several factors can influence the way people appear in photos, including the angle at which the photos are taken, the type of camera lens that is used and the positioning of the photographer, said Akili Ramsess, executive director of the National Press Photographers Association.

"This is obviously one of the most lovely women in the world and she was mourning here, as normal people would". That prompted co-host Joy Behar, who also disapproves of Trump, to say: "We're not here to be better people".

Bruce agreed, saying the first lady "remains a role model and clearly understands what her husband is trying to do and supports it". "People died, people lost family, people are hurting in Alabama".

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