A Clone For The First Lady Of United States?

by alexsasseville14 on February 7, 2018 - 11:32am


The “Fake Melania” conspiracy theory, explained by Alex Abad-Santos that was published on Vox.com makes me react. The subject of the article began the 20 October 2017 when Joe Vargas a twitter user published this tweet:  “This is not Melania. To think they would go this far & try & make us think it’s her on TV is mind blowing. Makes me wonder what else is a lie.” In his tweet he has raised a conspiracy theory wich include that Melania Trump, the first lady of United States had a clone. Joe think that the Melania that we see on television is not the real one. Why?  Because she is hiding her face behind sunglasses during official Trump administration events. In addition, Melania never wanted to be first lady. Random you can say? Maybe not! In Vargas view, Trump is “trying to trick the media” He also raises the ideas of the “triangular relationship between the government, the media and what both are telling the public” In my opinion, the article is not credible because it comes from a site that I never heard talk before. Also, I’m a realistic person and I don’t believe in this kind of theory. It sounds like a joke even if I know that Trump can do crazy things! In conclusion, do not always believe what you read.  Find the source, who write it and when. If I sounds credible after that, you can believe it… or choose like me the idea of fake new.

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The article is well summarized and easy to understand. The theory about Fake Melania Trump sounds unbelievable and it seem really unlikely to be true but a lot of people are interested in that. I think the author wrote the article just for entertaining his audience instead of actual news because a lot of people are interested in Trump and his family. The issue that you brought up is really interesting because cloning First Lady is sound impossible for me so the article that telling joke are unreliable. Now I know what to look for when I read an article myself by the way it good that you provided the link to the full article so I can read the full story. Good Job :)!
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You also can another link that talk about similar article such as http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/stephen-colbert-fake-melania_us_5a72c... to make it more reliable.

The article is well summarized, and we clearly understand the point. Because the words are well chosen, we understand your point of view in relation to this article of news. Besides, I have the same opinion as you in terms of the credibility of the article, it is not very convincing. All like you, I think it's important to check the source of an article. I think the article would have been more captivating if it had been more detailed despite the fact that there were a number of words to respect. In the end, it’s a very good summary.

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