Trump Tweets About the #FakeMelania Hashtag Conspiracy Theory

Trump Tweets About the #FakeMelania Hashtag Conspiracy Theory

Trump Tweets About the #FakeMelania Hashtag Conspiracy Theory

President Trump was not amused by the goofy #FakeMelania conspiracy theories floating around the Internet - so he tweeted about it to his 59 million followers, calling it "fake news" fabricated by his media enemies.

Trump claims that photos of his wife were altered to make it appear that a look-alike accompanied him to Alabama last week to survey tornado damage.

Trump expressed similar disdain for fake news hits on the first lady in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News this week.

Bruce agreed, saying the first lady "remains a role model and clearly understands what her husband is trying to do and supports it". "Instead, they go after her", Trump said making reference to the often lauded former first lady and wife of President John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, whose subsequent marriage made her Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, "Jackie O".

First lady Melania Trump walks with her son, Barron Trump, as they depart with U.S. President Donald Trump from the South Lawn of the White House, on March 8. "Look how short she looks".

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Co-host Brian Kilmeade remarked as an aside, "There's no one that has the president's back like the first lady".

"@flotus & @potus traveled to Alabama to pay their respects & comfort victims of the tornado devastation". "You mean there are two women who have to pretend they're listening to (President Trump)?"

Grisham also condemned "The View" segment on Twitter. "Sorry", Behar said of one photo. "People died, people lost family, people are hurting in Alabama", Grisham said Wednesday in an email.

"She's attractive and we're doing this in jest", Navarro replied, also pointing out that people had criticized former First Lady Michelle Obama in a similar way.

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