Melania Trump's reaction to husband asking her to smile goes viral

Melania Trump's reaction to husband asking her to smile goes viral

- A video has gone viral showing President Donald Trump asking his wife, Melania, to smile

- Her reaction is what caught social media users' attention

- Many pointed out she looked really unhappy and some even wanted to know if she's a hostage

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On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, made a public appearance and posed for a photo op.

A video of the moment has gone viral on social media and it appeared the US first lady wanted to be anywhere else than at her hubby's side.

At one point, it looked as if Trump asked his wife to smile and she made little effort to comply to her husband's request.

The Recount posted the video on Twitter and captioned it:

"Trump asks Melania to smile during today's photo op."

Take a look at the video below:

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The clip gathered over 15.2 million views and tweeps pointed out the US first lady did not look happy.

Twitter user, @pablo_honey1, commented:

"I hope she is okay. She looks nervous and unhappy like a battered wife."

Another tweep, @rita35042637, added:

"And this. Doesn’t look right to me. Hope someone out there is doing something about this. She looks like a victim of domestic violence."

Steve Meredith, who goes by the Twitter handle @StevenMered, said:

"There was more electricity between Frankenstein and the monster."

Social media user, @logansrun18, wrote:

"She hates him. I kind of feel sorry her. She detests the very sight of him but is trapped."

Previously, reported that Ivanka Trump was dragged on social media for her response to George Floyd's death.

The US president's daughter attempted to comfort mourners with scripture but it backfired. Twitter users reacted by sharing her father's dismissive remarks about the incident.

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