Melania-gate? Fake Melania? Melania-a-lago?
As if the Trump Administration doesn't have countless real scandals dogging its heels, observant internet denizens have added another to the pile.
Brought about by a video in which Melania Trump doesn't quite look like herself, various people within the Twittersphere express doubts - some jokingly, others seriously - about the veracity of the woman standing beside her husband.
Some folks think the White House might have trotted out a First Lady impersonator instead of the real deal and just hoped that the public wouldn't notice.
As you'll see in the video below, there's something that's definitely off.
We are not saying that the theory that a stand-in filled in for her is true, but if you watch the video, you'll see why some people were left scratching their heads.
The hair looks dry where Melania's usually looks sleek, glossy, and healthy. The sunglasses are so dark and large that most of her face is obscured. And something, maybe just lighting and makeup, is different around her mouth.
Normally, the absurdity of the theory would be enough that people wouldn't even pay attention. After all, the White House would have everything to lose and basically nothing to gain by trotting out a Fake Melania.
But, as so many people have pointed out: this is the Trump White House. It doesn't have to make sense.
This administration's history of total fabrications make even the most ridiculous conspiracy theories sound almost plausible.
Even if we don't quite believe that the video below shows a Fake Melania, we have to admit that the nagging doubt is probably going to keep us up at night.
Take a look at what Twitter had to say on the subject: