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.
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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.
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"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".