• Arwa Mahdawi hopes that Melania Trump would use her potential memoir to take down the Trumps
  • Twitter users  joked that they expect grammatical errors from Melania's rumored memoir
  • Twitter users believe that someone else will write Melania’s memoir for her

There are rumors that Melania Trump will be working on a memoir after leaving the White House and Twitter users shared their thoughts about their expectations for the FLOTUS book.

Arwa Mahdawi penned an op-ed on Melania's alleged tome and what to expect from it. She said that the FLOTUS could use the scandalous tell-all book to take down the Trump family.

The op-ed spawned various reactions from Twitter users with many seemingly mocking the rumored book by making hilarious tweets about their expectations for the FLOTUS' memoir.

"Grammatical errors," one tweeted.

"Be best of times be worst of times. Funny editorial," one wrote.

"From Grinch to Jester," another commented.

"Operation 'unf--k xmas' ?" a fourth user added referring to Melania’s infamous Christmas statement in Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s leaked recording.

"Vacuity, with robotic literary skills,” Paul Rosetti wrote.

"Melania will never have anything interesting to say—to the public. If you think she’ll be getting all chatty you’ll have another think coming," christina hill wrote.

Meanwhile, some netizens believe that Melania will not write a memoir but will still publish one by having another person write it for her.

"We live in a world where much is possible, but I will be willing to bet you a large sum of money that Melania Trump will not be 'writing' a memoir," the netizen wrote. "Which doesn't mean she won't publish one. It will be written by someone else, that's all."

"I guess that depends on who writes it for her, now innit?" another commented suggesting that the content will depend on the ghost writer.

"So, who actually is writing the 'memoir'? Will the ghost writer get credit?" a different netizen asked.

Melania has not confirmed the much-talked memoir yet. However, many netizens already ridiculed it and some even joked that the FLOTUS would only plagiarize former first lady Michelle Obama’s memoir "Becoming."

The plagiarism issue started when passages of Melania's speech at the Republican National Convention in 2016 seemed very similar to Obama's statement at the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Meredith McIver took the blame for the controversial speech, admitting that she included passages of the ex-FLOTUS' 2008 speech in Melania's address. She also offered her resignation after the controversy.

"This was my mistake and I feel terrible for the chaos I have caused Melania and the Trumps, as well as Mrs. Obama. No harm was meant," McIver said.

"Mr. Trump told me people make innocent mistakes and that we learn and grow from experiences."

Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011
Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, are pictured at Central Park's Wollman Rink in April 2011 GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Andy Kropa