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Melania Trump Claimed ‘Spooks’ Slowly Poisoning Her Husband? No, But Fake Article About Donald Gets 200 Shares

In the wake of President Donald Trump recently slurring his words, as reported by the Inquisitr, folks are coming up with fictional reasons why they believe Trump began slurring. An article is appearing on various websites notorious for fake news with a headline that reads, “Melania Trump Claims ‘Spooks’ Are Slowly Poisoning Her Husband.” The basis of the article claims that First Lady Melania Trump has a fear of a “secret poisoner in the White House” who has allegedly been targeting Trump with “heavy sedatives” that have been placed inside of Trump’s drinks.
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