Trump Makes Conspiracy Claim About 'Fake Melania' Conspiracy Theory

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk from Marine One to board Air Force One at Lawson Army Airfield Fort Benning Ga. on March 8 after visiting Lee County Ala. where tornados killed 23 people. Trump has had it with the #FakeMelania

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

The theories have circulated since the early days of his presidency, and have been fueled by videos suggesting Melania Trump does not enjoy traveling alongside her husband, and gained new traction last week after the couple traveled to Alabama to inspect tornado damage.

Trump tweeted Wednesday decrying a fourth estate which, he argues, is "getting more deranged with time!".

Co-host Sunny Hostin noted that Melania Trump "is a very tall, statuesque woman" yet looked "kind of short" in Alabama.

The president said the internet rumor was another example of "fake news".

Despite what Trump tweeted, people are still convinced there is a "Fake Melania".

This theory/meme/genuine mystery was brought into the limelight once again this week, as one journalist went as far as to say that it was "100% not Melania Trump" who Trump could be seen holding hands with.

US President Donald Trump accused "Fake News" media outlets of digitally manipulating images of his wife, First Lady Melania Trump, inadvertently reviving the online conspiracy theory dubbed #FakeMelania in the process.

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Co-host Ana Navarro said that "political reality is so absurd, you would nearly believe anything. One woman lost ten people in her family because I saw all the people who were affected".

"If our first lady, if I were a Democrat instead of a Republican, she'd be Jackie O times 20".

Ironically, it seems the First Lady herself is a fan of conspiracy theories.

Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for Melania Trump, called "The View" discussion of a faux first lady "shameful".

Grisham also condemned "The View" segment on Twitter.

"I've always found it sad that a group of women spend so much time attacking another woman, whose only goal is to help children", Grisham wrote in an email to USA Today.

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