A Donald Trump supporter mistook Condoleezza Rice for Michelle Obama, and Twitter is roundly mocking them for it.
In February 2017, one Twitter user with the handle @TrumpResponders shared this image, accusing former First Lady Michelle Obama of shopping just days after Hurricane Katrina hit the United States in 2005.
Three days after Hurricane Katrina: Where was Michelle Obama? https://t.co/hjwhsxHdq5
The memoir confirmed she had travelled to New York to see a play on Broadway, and then done some shoe shopping Ferragamo.
The next morning, I went shopping at the Ferragamo shoe store down the block from my hotel, returned to the Palace, and again turned on the television. The airwaves were filled with devastating pictures from New Orleans. And the faces of most of the people in distress were black. I knew right away that I should never have left Washington. I called my chief of staff, Brian Gunderson. 'I’m coming home,' I said.
2. Michelle Obama was not the First Lady during Hurricane Katrina
4 January 2005: U.S. Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) (2nd L) poses for with his wife Michelle (2nd R), Vice President Dick Cheney (R), daughters (C) Malia and Sasha during the reenactment of a swearing -in ceremony on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The entire 109th Congress was sworn in 4 January.
In 2005, Michelle Obama was the Vice President for Community and External Affairs at University of Chicago Hospitals.
She was also married to the junior Senator from Illinois, Barack H. Obama.
Michelle Obama would not be First Lady for another four years.
She would not be President until at least 2020.
The post by @TrumpResponder was created in February 2017, a month into Donald Trump's presidency.
It has resurfaced as part of an argument over President Trump's handling of Hurricane Harvey, which has killed at least 30 people in Houston, Texas.