Melania Trump could be trying to cash In on a book detailing her time as First Lady after she exits the role in January, but Twitter users definitely don’t think the book will be overly original.

News of the potential plan to release a memoir was first reported by Page Six, with sources telling the publication that the First Lady is eyeing a chance to tell her own story and earn her own money.

“Melania is in meeting to write her White House memoir. And it would be her money--a chance for her to earn on her own,” a source said. “She’s not done, or going as quietly as you might expect.”

The publication notes that if a book does come from her, it would potentially help give some insight on n notable episodes from her time in the White House—including revelations from Stephanie Winston Wilkoff’s book and the infamous “I Really Don’t Care Do U?” jacket. Other potential moments could also see her explain why she ripped out Jackie Kennedy’s Rose Garden, as well as her own COVID-19 diagnosis.

However, the First Lady was quickly mocked on social media over the reports, with many claiming she would likely just re-write Michelle Obama’s memoir. “Becoming,” and try to pass it off as her own.

Jokes about Melania plagiarizing Michelle Obama have run since she spoke on her husband’s behalf at the Republican National Convention in 2016. Passages of her speech seemed to be verbatim from Obama’s own passage from the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

She faced new attacks about plagiarism in 2018 as well after a cyber-security booklet closely resembled another from the Obama administration

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U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump board Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Oct. 22, 2020. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images