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Is It Just Coincidence That Donald And Melania's Signatures Nearly Match?

The internet is in an uproar over First Lady Melania Trump's signature. More specifically, the uproar is due to the conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump forged his wife’s signature. Is the president truly a controlling tyrant of a husband, or is there a simple explanation to the latest scandal?

It all began with Pamela Anderson, the actress best known for her role in television shows like 'Baywatch' and 'Home Improvement'. The actress sent Mrs. Trump a coat as a gift. "It is heartwarming to see you manage your position with such beauty and grace. Pamela," wrote Anderson.

She got a response, which she posted on social media. "I very much appreciate your sending the beautiful eco-faux fur from Only Me," the thank-you note read. "I am grateful for your support and encouraging words; they mean a great deal."

It was signed 'Melania', but was it signed by Melania?

Internet sleuths began analyzing the signature on the letter, saying it looks suspiciously similar to Donald Trump's writing. The signature has been compared to those on Mr. Trump's executive orders. Did the POTUS intercept the package and write off a thank-you note on behalf of his wife?

It's possible. After all, Melania does live in New York City still. Rather than having hand-written notes forwarded, it would have been easier to simply send the thank-you note directly from the White House.

Some wonder why the president might do that, though. Weird, right? Maybe it’s one of those things where couples start to resemble each other, although it’s probably not. Is President Trump answering his wife’s letters? Did he sign this letter and keep the coat as a fancy bathrobe? Is he a fan of 'Baywatch'? Lots of questions need to be answered here," writes Kimberly Ricci for Uproxx.

It is possible that Mrs. Trump has similar handwriting to her husband. There is another explanation: some White House secretary was instructed to whip up a thank-you, sign it and send it off. It’s a non-issue, but inquiring minds always want to know.

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