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"Free Melania", or "Save Melania", is a phrase referencing Melania Trump in relation to her husband Donald Trump, implying she is afraid of or unhappy with him. It became a meme and hashtag, and trended on social media, when she "was caught several times on camera looking miserable" during Trump's inauguration.
The phrase has been used by anti-Trump demonstrators at marches, and resurfaces occasionally based on the couple's body language and "lack of hand holding". In September 2017, Candice Bergen wore a custom made Lingua Franca sweater emblazoned with the phrase on Watch What Happens Live.
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- Baker-Jordan, Skylar (January 25, 2017). "Spare me the calls to 'free Melania'". The Independent.
- Eordogh, Fruzsina (January 26, 2017). "The 'Free Melania' Meme Was Never About Pity". Forbes.
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