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Earlier this month, an absurd conspiracy theory began to spread alleging Melania Trump employed a body double — and now people claim they’ve found her.
Since February, a woman, who just seems to be a Secret Service agent, has been pictured with the first family on several occasions. In photos, the woman appears to be dressed like a typical Secret Service agent, wearing black or dark blue pantsuits and sensible shoes.
But to many online, the woman looks strikingly similar to Melania Trump — which has further fueled the wild conspiracy theory that the first lady has a body double.
Melania's body double? pic.twitter.com/itBES20eLb
— Jarica Davis #BeAVoter (@jaricadavis) September 14, 2017
We’ve gathered the “evidence” from this advanced theory and collected a few photos of the mysterious woman with Trump.
Melania Trump has a Secret Service agent who looks strikingly similar to her & it's fueling a wild conspiracy theory https://t.co/bgENsS47tR pic.twitter.com/M1jxh7kQkh
— R. Saddler 📎🗽🌊🌊🌊 (@Politics_PR) October 18, 2017
@ThomasWictor I think Melania's agent is your agent. The one with 'that stance'. Folks are spreading crap about a body double. pic.twitter.com/Kwl3hkZxeQ
— Jim ABILIO Acosta (@umknicken) October 19, 2017
This is pic of Melania's secret service agent who could pass for her shorter twin. 🤔 pic.twitter.com/v0H1749UCv
— Eileen 🌊 (@EileenDem17) October 18, 2017
This is not the first time a woman in the political sphere faced accusations of using body doubles.
During the presidential election last year, then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton began trending online with hashtags such as #bodydouble or #hillarysbodydouble.
#HillarysBodyDouble trended-a side by side comparison raises some uncomfortable conspiracy questions #USelections pic.twitter.com/pABe6TMkgu
— Monica Jasuja (@jasuja) September 12, 2016
And still, a year after the Clinton body double claims were denounced as false, Melania Trump is now facing her own side-by-side image comparisons by social media.
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