A recent letter from a woman named Carolin Gallego to the New York Magazine in the 90s in which she praises President Donald Trump has resurfaced on the internet; except — people do not seem to believe she actually exists.

On Thursday, a picture of the letter — from the 50th-anniversary issue of the magazine which was released a few days ago—came to light in which the woman named Gallego wrote that “all women love Donald Trump.” She also claimed she worked as a secretary for Trump at the time. 

The internet, however, thought the writing style of the letter seemed similar to that of someone else —Trump. Soon, speculation began that Gallego was Trump himself and people began making fun of what appeared to be the president defending himself.

The letter in question, which can also be read on New York magazine’s website, reads in part:

“I do not believe any man in America gets more calls from women wanting to see him [Trump], meet him, or go out with him. The most beautiful women, the most successful women—all women love Donald Trump.”

Carolin Gallego December 7, 1992

It is thought that the letter was to defend Trump after the New York magazine published a puff piece that also included a quote by him, in which he reportedly said: “Women, you have to treat them like s***.” 

The Washingtonian stated that they could find no record of Trump’s alleged secretary. The report said Trump’s longtime assistant was named Norma Foerderer and she was replaced by Rhona Graff after her retirement in 2005. The paper also said Trump’s longtime personal lawyer  Michael Cohen told them he did not recognize the name, Carolin Gallego.

However, Yahoo7 Be reported Gallego was in fact, executive secretary to Trump on The Trump Organisation from December 1991 to October 1993. Some internet users then said Trump might have actually dictated the note while she wrote it.