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Did Trump's Campaign Photoshop a White Model To Have Brown Skin To Sell Shirts?

People online certainly think so.

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The accusation was first made on Twitter by Eric Ming, the digital director for Maryland Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards' Senate campaign.

So it appears Donald Trump’s campaign photoshopped their model to be brown:

"So it appears Donald Trump's campaign photoshopped their model to be brown," Ming wrote.

As indicated in the photos above, both models have similar markings on their chests.

They also have nearly identical hair.

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In fact, the color of the skin on the Trump model isn't really even one that is comparable to that of a real human being, they said, because it is too even of a tone.

Trump's campaign didn't return a request for comment from BuzzFeed News, but people online certainly think the photo seems suspicious.

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  1. So what do you think?

    It's definitely photoshopped
    It's not photoshopped
    I'm not sure

Did Trump's Campaign Photoshop a White Model To Have Brown Skin To Sell Shirts?

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Stephanie McNeal is a social news editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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