“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Lisa Barlow shut down an internet troll on Twitter who accused her of supporting Donald Trump with a fake tweet. Barlow responded by calling the Twitter user a “f-ker” and stating that the Photoshop tweet was not hers. Fans praised Barlow for her epic clap back, while there has been speculation that other “Housewives” do support the former president.
“Lisa Barlow shut down a fan’s fake tweet accusing her of being a Donald Trump supporter on social media with an epic clap back.”
“Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star, Lisa Barlow, shut down a fan on social media who attempted to malign her by associating her with Donald Trump. The supposed tweet claimed Barlow urged her followers to put on MAGA hats and support Trump while protesting the “tyrants” in New York. However, Barlow responded swiftly, tweeting, “There is only one Lisa Barlow and your photoshopping isn’t it,” exposing the post as a fake.
Barlow’s epic clap back earned her praise from her followers who commended her for standing up to the internet troll. The fake tweet emerged shortly after Manhattan grand jury indicted Donald Trump over allegations of hush-money payments he reportedly made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 elections. Though Barlow did not directly deny her support for Trump, there has been speculation that other “Housewives” back the former president.
Ramona Singer, one of the “Real Housewives of New York City,” previously admitted that she knows Trump because they share mutual friends. Singer disclosed during the season 9 reunion show in 2017 that she’s met Hillary Clinton at private homes in the Hamptons and knows Donald Trump from Mar-A-Lago because her friends are friends with him. Singer declined to reveal who she voted for in the 2016 presidential election.
Sonja Morgan, another “RHONY” alum, also admitted to knowing the Trump family, but she declined to reveal who she voted for when asked how she cast her ballot in November 2016. While other “Housewives” have been linked to Trump, Barlow slammed the fake tweet and made it clear that she doesn’t associate with such sentiments. Trump is expected to be arraigned on Tuesday over allegations of hush-money payments he allegedly made to Daniels.