However, after almost three years, the President has responded to the rumours. "They are only getting more deranged with time!" the president tweeted.
Bruce agreed, saying the first lady "remains a role model and clearly understands what her husband is trying to do and supports it". The hashtag made it's first appearance a couple of years ago, and has resurfaced once or twice, including last week after a photo from the Trumps visiting a memorial was tweeted and went viral.
"The View" hosts had commented on how the woman at Trump's side in photos of the trip appeared shorter than usual and had a different facial structure than the first lady's.
Bruce, who is president of Independent Women's Voice, elaborated on the "mean girl environment" that led to the popular movie Mean Girls.
"If our first lady, if I were a Democrat instead of a Republican, she'd be Jackie O times 20. Sorry", Behar said of one photo. "That is what these adult women were doing to the first lady", Bruce said.
Co-host Ana Navarro said that "political reality is so absurd, you would nearly believe anything".
"That one does not look like her". Huntsman asked. When Navarro said she thought it did, Huntsman said "I don't think so".
Ironically, it seems the First Lady herself is a fan of conspiracy theories.
The first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham called the show's joking on the subject "shameful".
"People died, people lost family and people are hurting in Alabama", Grisham added in her statement.