No body double: Trump blasts #FakeMelania theories


Since 2017, there has been speculation First Lady Melania Trump occasionally sends a body double out with her husband for official engagements.

Trump's favorite TV program, Fox News' "Fox & Friends", reported on the body double theory Wednesday, following up on a Monday segment that aired on ABC's "The View".

President Donald Trump has responded to the 'Fake Melania' theory circulating on the internet.

The US president's outburst came after some social media users suggested the First Lady looked different during the couple's recent visit to Alabama to pay their respects to 23 victims who died in a tornado.

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In fact, the 5-foot-11 first lady had ditched her customary stilettos for sneakers to walk around the rough terrain with Trump. "Look how short she looks".

However, co-host Abby Huntsman did object to the segment at one point saying, "I think Melania's a attractive woman", and that she didn't like spending time on the topic. "They are only getting more deranged with time!" the president tweeted. Trump was referring to President John F. Kennedy's wife, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who often was referred to as "Jackie O" after she remarried following Kennedy's assassination. One host allowed that the first lady might have been wearing flat shoes.

The "Fake Melania" theory first emerged from a tweet by Joe Vargas, CEO of Buy Legal Meds, in October 2017.

Popular US talk show The View also weighed in on the Fake Melania talk, and were later criticised by Stephanie Grisham, a spokesperson for Melania. "Sorry", Behar said of one photo. "Yesterday's show went beyond the petty, mean-girl spirit that we've grown accustomed to".