Melania Trump breaks silence after being being "missing" for two weeks, and Twitter is suspicious.

Melania Trump breaks silence after being being "missing" for two weeks, and Twitter is suspicious.
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For the last 20 days, Melania Trump has essentially been missing.

Melania Trump was last spotted over three weeks ago when she accompanied President Trump and Vice President Pence to the Andrews Air Force Base to greet Americans who were freed from North Korea. A few days later, FLOTUS was admitted to the hospital and underwent a medical procedure to "treat a benign kidney condition." She reportedly returned to the White House a few days after, but has not been seen or heard from since.

Until yesterday.

On May 30th, this tweet was sent from the official FLOTUS Twitter account:

But the First Lady's tweet didn't convince many. In fact, it made Twitter even more suspicious, because, let's be real, it just doesn't sound like Melania at all.

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Ashley Feinberg, writer for The Huffington Post, investigated who could have written Melania's bizarro tweet, and she makes a compelling case for Donald Trump being the author.

Feinberg took some key phrases from Melania's tweet that sounded particularly out of place and searched them in accordance to the President's old tweets.

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For example, the phrase "working overtime" is a favorite of The Donald's:

Melania Trump breaks silence after being being "missing" for two weeks, and Twitter is suspicious.
Twitter: Donald Trump

Similar results were found for other phrases like "speculating," "on behalf of ... the American people," and "working hard."

Melania Trump breaks silence after being being "missing" for two weeks, and Twitter is suspicious.
Twitter: Donald Trump

Hm, that is pretty convincing, but the lack of spelling errors makes us wonder if Trump was actually behind the tweet.

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Who do you think wrote it?

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