Editor's note: Recently, a story based on a source associated with Claude Taylor was debunked as a hoax by the Guardian and disavowed by Taylor. In light of this, we advise any information derived from sources provided by Claude Taylor to be viewed in the light cast by this revelation.
A post published on Sunday, May 21, by a former White House staffer is getting plenty of attention on Twitter. The tweet claimed that First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump's divorce papers were already signed before the presidential election. The viral tweet also claims that Mr. and Mrs. Trump reached a divorce settlement before the election, but Trump winning the presidential election had some kind of bearing on the divorce decision.
Published by Claude Taylor, a Washington Democrat who previously worked in the White House during the Clinton administration, as reported by Newsweek, the tweet is getting lots of attention due to recent stories that the veteran of three presidential campaigns broke. The publication notes that Taylor previously tweeted about a grand jury being convened, and an even direr situation that involved sealed indictments. With whisperings about offshore monies and more controversies, Claude's tweets are being viewed with a healthy grain of salt from those wondering if he has the inside knowledge he's claiming he has about Melania's alleged divorce papers.
Update: According to Stephanie Grisham, Director of Communications for Melania Trump, Claude's claims about the Trumps divorce papers are not true. In an email sent to the Inquisitr, Stephanie responded to Taylor's tweet as noted below.
"I have never heard of that person but obviously that is absolutely false."