Fox News Rips Fake Melania Theory from 'The View'

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US first lady Melania Trump greets residents March 8, 2019 in Opelika, Alabama, during a tour with US President Donald Trump of tornado-damaged areas in the southern US state.

The freaky theory, which has cropped up repeatedly throughout Trump's term in office, suggests that a body double for Melania accompanies the U.S. president at certain events, most recently a visit to survivors of a tornado in Alabama.

His favorite morning TV program, "Fox & Friends", reported on the body-double theory Wednesday as the show's hosts weighed in on a discussion that aired Monday on ABC's "The View".

He says "the Fake News" has "photoshopped" pictures of Melania, but that's not where the pseudo-theory arose.

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

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

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

One host surmised Melania might have been wearing flats. "They are only getting more deranged with time!" tweeted the President.

This tweet from Trump means that in the past 24 alone, he has tweeted about the death penalty, Obama, Hilary Clinton, Russian spies, and late night television.

"@flotus & @potus traveled to Alabama to pay their respects & comfort victims of the tornado devastation".

"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", said Stephanie Grisham, the first lady's representative, to USA Today. "Sorry", Behar said of one photo.