Melania finally resurfaces after 24-day absence

Melania finally resurfaces after 24-day absence

Melania finally resurfaces after 24-day absence

Trump also told reporters before the Naval Academy commencement on May 25 that the first lady is "doing great", and her longtime friend, Paolo Zampolli, said she seems to be "recovering well".

The day before that, she joined President Trump and his daughter Ivanka as he signed an executive order to support the hiring of military spouses in the federal government.

The more likely reason, said Harris, is that Melania underwent surgery for a benign kidney condition on May 14th.

Kilmeade mentioned headlines from major media outlets that have persisted in circulating wild theories about Mrs. Trump, including comments about why she won't be going to Singapore - a 21-hour flight - with President Donald Trump next week. "You go in, you have it done, you lie in bed for a while to keep the blood vessel from bleeding and then you go home". In recent days, Mrs. Trump has taken internal meetings and is planning events, her spokeswoman said, but her office has not shared updates on when the first lady might resume her public appearances.

But a CNBC reporter tweeted this week: 'Not that this will deter the conspiracy theorists, but I saw the First Lady walking with her aides in the West Wing yesterday afternoon'.

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It's been nearly a month since Melania Trump has been seen in public and weeks since she reportedly underwent surgery for what was described as a "benign kidney condition". She was released from the hospital with no complications on 19 May.

Her first clue that she would be a different first lady came when she made a decision to continue living at Trump Tower after her husband took office in January 2017, citing a desire to maintain stability for her son's schooling.

After Trump backpedaled to the press, first taunting the content of the letter, saying "it was a very interesting letter" and even asking for bids to reveal what was inside - eight minutes later, he admitted he hadn't actually read it. "She might hear it from down the hall".

"She's confident in what she is doing and in her role, and knows the rest is just speculation and nonsense", the statement added. "We're used to our first ladies being out and about".

The White House said over the weekend that the first lady will not be traveling with her husband to the G7 meeting in Quebec this week or to Singapore for the June 12 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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