'Fake Melania Trump' conspiracy resurfaces as Donald Trump and first lady fly to Florida to celebrate Christmas

'She is not Melania...that’s the sub they put in...Melania and Baron left town for Mar a Lago a week ago...that’s fine but why put in the fake?' a user commented


                            'Fake Melania Trump' conspiracy resurfaces as Donald Trump and first lady fly to Florida to celebrate Christmas
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A 'Fake Melania' conspiracy theory has resurfaced again after POTUS Donald Trump and Melania were seen leaving the White House to fly to Florida for Christmas. The claims have emerged again as the pair were seen flying off to Mar-a-Lago on Wednesday evening, December 23. Melania Trump was seen looking slick as she rocked a pair of black leather Louboutin boots while departing the White House for Palm Beach, Florida. 

Melania sported a chic outfit that featured a pair of thigh-high leather boots as she walked alongside President Donald Trump. The couple headed to their Mar-a-Lago resort for Christmas with Melania looking stunning. She sported the gorgeous boots designed by Eleonor Alta which sell for around $2,195 and have a four-inch heel.

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk on the south lawn of the White House on December 23, 2020, in Washington, DC. The Trumps are headed to Mar-a-Lago for the holidays with a government shutdown possible on Monday, December 28 (Getty Images)

She paired the boots with a double-breasted cascading back wool coat by Azzedine Alaia which sells for around $6,610. However, while her fashion sense was on point, social media users were not buying it and have made claims that it was not really the first lady at all. 

Many of them took to social media platforms to question whether the woman next to the president was actually his wife. One such user commented, "You are the biggest Fraud! And the fake Melania with sunglasses you paraded around in DC yesterday. We were not fooled. She's in NYC filing for Divorce...". Another user shared, "She is not Melania...that’s the sub they put in...Melania and Baron left town for Mar a Lago a week ago...that’s fine but why put in the fake?" Yet another shared, "I wish someone had shouted out "Where's the real Melania?" This one is obviously the younger, thinner, better paid, fake Melania."



 



 



 

"Also, this is the fake Melania. Smiling, holding hands, narrower waist, smaller boobs ... and talking to the dotard," wrote a conspiracy theorist. Yet another user who echoed the same sentiments had chimed in, "You know... fake Melania from yesterday and fake Melania from today don't even look like the same #fakemelania. Even the fake ones can only stomach him for a little at a time."

Another social media user pointed out, "Fake Melania: she’s holding his hand, they’re having an animated conversation, her jaw is squarer, her skin not as plastered with foundation. Plus Fake Melania’s stylist hates real Melania, so she dresses her like a hooker."



 



 



 

We had earlier reported that both Trump and Melania delivered their final Christmas message via a video on Thursday, December 24. In the video, they were seen praising the frontline health workers but did not make any mention of the death toll from the coronavirus pandemic. 

The video was around three minutes long where they spoke about Covid-19 scientists and praised them for the vaccines which they said was "truly a Christmas miracle". Melania shared, "The president and I want to wish every American a very merry Christmas" and noted that "this Christmas is different than years past". She added, "We are battling a global pandemic that has affected all of us. Yet, through this great challenge, we have been inspired by the kindness and courage of citizens across this country."

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