Her photo ended up going viral in Spain.
The woman's picture was posted to the photo-sharing platform by a journalist reporting on farming in northwestern Spain.
Freelance journalist Paula Vazquez posted a photo of Antelo posing with a hoe over her shoulder on her Instagram and Facebook pages, not even seeing the resemblance to the USA president until commenters began pointing it out and the photo went viral, getting more than 6,500 likes on Instagram.
Leis has generated a lot of fans on Instagram and one of her fans replied to her picture, "Can we replace Trump with this hard working lady?" Leis, however, seems more concerned about moth plague threatening her potato crops.
She found out about her fame from her granddaughters, since she does not use mobile phones and social networks.
It shows her clutching a hoe and gazing into the distance in a pose that resembles that of Trump wielding a golf club on the green. There were also some making online call to research the roots of Trump's family and find if he has any connection in the Costa da Morte.
Dolores Leis Antelo, a Spanish farmer who lives in Galicia in the Cabana de Bergantinos district, was interviewed about farm life for the local La Voz de Galicia newspaper, according to Time magazine.
This picture of a Spanish potato farmer has gone viral because people think she's the ultimate Donald Trump lookalike. She does not even have her own smartphone.