Trevor Noah explains how Trump's immigration policies would get Melania deported

The Daily Show's host Trevor Noah has jokingly suggested that Donald Trump is trying to get his own wife, Melania deported from the United States.

Melania, who is originally from Slovenia and has been married to Trump since 2005 and has held American citizenship since 2006.

However, in a thinly veiled critique on the president's controversial approach to immigration, Noah highlighted how Trump's policies could directly impact the first lady.

In a seven-minute sketch, the South African comedian went into great detail, using Melania's history and her marriage to Trump to show why she could possibly be deported back to Slovenia.

While her husband has struggled to get his approval rating over 40 percent, Melania has consistently remained the country's most popular Trump, and personally, I love her too.

We have so much in common. We're both immigrants, neither of us would be here if it weren't for Donald Trump… And, I'm just going to put it out there, we're both style icons.

But the reason I've been thinking about Melania lately is because in the wake of Trump's recent immigration crackdown, I've started to notice something that's got me really concerned: I think Donald Trump is trying to deport Melania

You might be asking 'why would he want to deport his wife? 'I don't know, but things haven't exactly been perfect between them.

First of all, it's no secret that Melania barely spends any time at the White House. Secondly, when he tries to hold her hand in public, she tries to slap it away like a Slovenian Dikembe Mutombo—you remember that

And who knows, it may have even created some tension between them when Trump allegedly banged a porn star and paid her to be quiet and then the whole country found out about it.

"I know it sounds crazy; Donald Trump wants to deport his wife? But if you look at all of Trump's immigration policies, right, a lot of people think that he just hates immigrants.

But, when you put them all together you start to notice a pattern. All of his policies seemed to be aimed at his wife.

The Daily Showhas since tweeted a version of Noah's sketch, complete with the hashtag and people think that he might be on to something.

HT The Daily Beast

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