Since the moment Melania Trump set foot inside the White House, she has asked her aides: "Can I go yet?"
No, that's not a direct quote. But rather an *educated* guess based on her general air of disdain for her husband, Donald Trump, who once openly bragged about grabbing women "by the pussy" whilst married to her.
Becoming the President was not only inconvenient for America but also for his wife, who we believe in our soul would very much like a divorce because he's annoying but also unhinged.
And now the time has come.
In the final hours of the Trump Administration, we can't let the First Lady walk out of the White House without acknowledging what will undoubtedly be her greatest legacy: Fake Melania.
Watch: Melania Trump 'swats away' Donald Trump's hand. Post continues below.
You see, every now and again, the world would conspire that Melania Trump had had enough of her husband's antics and would hire a body double to silently stand by his side while wearing unnecessarily large sunglasses so that no one would notice her absence.
But... we noticed. *Grimaces and chuckles simultaneously.*
Yes, yes, yes. Donald Trump did tweet that it was all false. But his Twitter account has since been deleted due to his propensity to disseminate falsehoods and hence, we can't even show you his rebuttal. So... yah.
The conspiracy theory is so popular it has its own Wikipedia Page and hence, it is time we revisit the monumental history of Fake Melania before Fake Melania leaves the building.
Here's how it all went down.
Whilst surveying the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Fort Myers, Florida, Donald Trump sent his regards on behalf of his wife, despite the fact she was standing literally beside him.
"I just want to thank everybody, the first responders, on behalf of myself, our Vice President — Melania really wanted to be with us," Trump said as his wife turned her head, bewildered.