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VOTE: Reporter Says Melania Trump Might Be Hiding Signs Of Spousal Abuse — Is That Going Too Far??

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This may be a bit too far…

Melania Trump has been missing from the public eye for almost a month, leading many to come up with wild conspiracy theories about where she is or why she's been keeping such a low profile.

Over the weekend, Rolling Stone senior writer Jamil Smith suggested that the reason is to possibly conceal signs of domestic violence at the hands of Donald Trump. Considering the allegations in the past against POTUS, it's hard for people to say without pause that this is nothing more than a completely outrageous suggestion.

Related: Kathy Griffin Tells The Story You Haven't Heard Of Trump's Scary Response

The journalist proposed on Twitter:

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Rosario Dawson's Barack Obama Comments Taken Out Of Context When People Think She Got Mad At Him For Not Tweeting Enough! What The What?!

See what she had to say HERE!

It sounds kind of crazy, but this doesn't seem like an April Fools joke to us.

On Friday, Rosario Dawson was taking part in a round table alongside Michelle Alexander and Tessa Thompson during a Harlem town hall hosted by Bernie Sanders' campaign.

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While she was there, the Daredevil star began discussing President Obama, and how she believes the American people lost faith in our elected leader very early on, saying:

"They all organized and they thought that they had their guy, their one person. But within two months of him becoming president, people lost faith."

But the weird part is why she thinks our current Commander-In-Chief stopped being supported by his constituents.

The brunette beauty explained that she feels the President didn't utilize Twitter as much as he should have — and discussed why it was important for him to mobilize voters with social media platforms like that to oppose the Republican Party obstructionism Obama experienced throughout his entire presidential term.

She added:

"To his due credit — Twitter had only just had its 10-year anniversary — I don't think he really fully appreciated the organization that was possible that could continue after getting the seat. To say that was all obstructionism is complete fallacy because he had presented to the House. He didn't continue with the momentum that got him there."

Listen to her full statement (below):

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