Was the Trump Christmas card photoshopped?
First Lady Melania Trump stands next to the official 2020 White House Christmas tree on display in the north portico of the White House in Washington, November 23, 2020 (Associated Press).
American first lady Melania Trump was accused of photographing her and President Donald Trump's official Christmas portrait.
The photo is the couple's final Christmas portrait as U.S. President and First Lady as they will be leaving the White House on January 20, when President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated after losing Mr. Trump in the November 3 national election .
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On Friday, Ms. Trump shared the portrait on her Twitter account, on which the couple wore a matching tuxedo in front of festive decorations.
"Merry Christmas from President Donald J Trump and First Lady Melania Trump," the first lady tweeted on Friday, capturing the portrait.
"@RealDonaldTrump & @FLOTUS can be seen in their Official Christmas 2020 Portrait on the Grand Staircase of the White House in Washington, DC (official White House photo by Andrea Hanks) on December 10," she added.
Shortly after Ms. Trump posted the portrait on Twitter, social media users questioned the authenticity of the photo, according to InStyle.
“What a nice photo (shop). Was Donald singled out from a photo from the same meeting? “Twitter user @FrankVerderosa replied, pointing to a photo of Mr Trump at a dinner held in 2019 for Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at Winfield House, UK.
"They're even on a Christmas card," added user @RiteOnAngiePike, also referencing the photo from the couple's state visit to the UK last June.
In the 2019 photo, President Trump wears an identical tuxedo and poses in the same stiff pose and smile as in the official portrait.
Other Twitter users felt the picture just didn't look right. @ Brethunter9 wrote: “The strangest cut and paste job ever.
“Both look like two-dimensional excerpts / anime that are placed on a screen. DT's face is from a previous photo. Bizarre to the end. "
While user @ Boucher30032337 pointed at the shadows behind the couple to claim they disagreed, and @sjlstwit said President Trump was not "looking at the camera".
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