Claims of a Melania Trump body double have been around for many years now and according to a White House insider, the rumours are true.
Anthony Scaramucci, former White House Communications Director, appeared on Monday night’s episode of Have You Been Paying Attention? and among other revelations about the Trump administration, seemed to confirm the First Lady does indeed have a body double.
Anthony had been invited onto the show as a ‘Guest Quiz Master’, but he was quizzed by the panel first about all things Donald Trump, the impending US Presidential election, and of course, whether or not there is a ‘fake’ Melania.
Kiwi comedian Cal Wilson asked the question: “Is there any truth to the rumour that Melania has body doubles, or that there is more than one Melania?”
Not only did Anthony appear to confirm as much, but he also suggested who it might actually be.
“You know Michael Cohen, the President’s lawyer, insists that there is a body double and insists that actually her sister sometimes replaces her on the campaign trail,” he told viewers.
“Usually when you see somebody more affectionate with Mr Trump,” he added, much to the amusement of the panel.
“Let me put it to you this way, when he loses on Tuesday, I’m going to be a happy camper, but nobody is going to be happier than Melania.”
Photo reignites viral Melania Trump rumour
It went viral on Twitter, with thousands of users claiming pictured was actually “the fake Melania”.
She wore large black glasses while grinning and showing what numerous people claimed was more teeth than usual.
“Good luck finding any photos of Melania smiling like that,” one person wrote.
“The only thing I'll miss from this administration is them swapping in new Melanias and just pretending we won't notice like a 4-year-old with a guppy,” another wrote.
Back in 2019, the hashtag #FakeMelania started trending when she and husband Donald Trump visited an area in Alabama devastated by a tornado.
The whole conspiracy theory started back in 2017 and hasn’t gone away since.
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