President Donald Trump is expected to depart the White House Friday afternoon for a weekend at the presidential retreat in Maryland. Her last sighting was on May 10, when she joined Trump at Andrews Air Force Base in welcoming home hostages from North Korea. Four days later, it was announced that she was hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center to treat a "benign kidney condition". Rest assured, I'm here in the White house with my family.
As the first lady remained out of sight, rumors began circulating about her absence.
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A spokesperson for Melania added: "The First Lady looks forward to a full recovery so she can continue her work on behalf of children everywhere". "She's looking at us, right there".
White House correspondent Eamon Javers noted that he spotted Melania Trump in the West Wing on Tuesday.
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The Bulgarian, a two-time Grand Slam semi-finalist, has still never reached the second week at Roland Garros in eight attempts. Two years ago, his career was nearly derailed when he became embroiled in match fixing allegations. "Maybe I'm sleeping.
Comedian Sarah Silverman retweeted Melania's tweet with her own comment: "Who is this? where's Melania?"
Several internet conspiracy theories ranging from plastic surgery to a stealth move back to New York City have been circulated on the social media regarding the First Lady.
Grisham told the AP the first lady would like to be "out and about promoting her initiatives" but "her health comes first". Her absence from public events raised quite a few concerns in the minds of Americans. Asked how his wife was doing, a week after her return to the White House, he pointed towards what appeared to be an empty window, saying: "She's doing great".
"She will not attend the G7 and there are no plans for her to travel to Singapore at this time", her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, said in an email seen by Reuters on Sunday.