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这是另一张梅拉尼亚·特朗普 “身体双” 的照片吗?

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基于一张照片的阴谋理论不会削减它,如果真的有数百张其他照片和视频反对它。

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照片显示了美国总统唐纳德·特朗普进入海军一号与个人站在第一夫人梅拉尼亚·特朗普。

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【原文】

U.S. Election Day is Nov. 3, 2020. Check your state’s vote-by-mail options. Browse our coverage of candidates and the issues. And just keep fact-checking.

A rumor that U.S. first lady Melania Trump uses “body doubles” to take her place in public events has been a persistent feature of the Trump administration. Snopes has previously debunked several instances of the claim. In October 2020, the claim gained renewed attention with a Tweet by comedian and producer Zack Bornstein:

The reference to the Christmas tree (a nod to leaked remarks Melania Trump made about her disdain for her Christmas-decoration duties in the White House) suggests this specific accusation may not be a serious one, but the claim has nevertheless gone viral. The purported evidence is simply that the person pictured entering the helicopter in that photograph doesn’t really look like her:

Though her appearance at the debate, based on Facebook analytics from CrowdTangle for the term “Fake Melania,” did not inspire any suspicion at the time, one could perhaps argue that the purported imposter’s face was too concealed by sunglasses or a mask in these instances to be useful. That same AP photographer, however, also documented the moment when the first couple touched back down at the White House around 1:00 a.m. EDT on Oct. 23. Melania wore neither sunglasses nor a mask:

(Photos by Alex Brandon / Associated Press)

“But these photos are too blurry or ambiguous to be of use, either,” a persistent believer might argue. Fine. Other photographers also take pictures of presidents moving to and from the White House. For example, here’s a couple of high-resolution photographs showing Melania’s full face from that same moment taken by Tasos Katopodis for Getty Images:

(Photos by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

No widespread suspicion of a “body double” gained any traction from any of these other photographs, debate-stage appearances, or videos, despite the fact that they all necessarily involve the same person. For that reason, we rank this claim, like the other “Fake Melania” claims, as “False.”

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