Trump Tweet Beat: Trump defends First Lady

Trump Tweet Beat: Trump defends First Lady

Trump Tweet Beat: Trump defends First Lady

He said Mrs Trump had wanted to join him at an annual summit of leading industrialised nations, as she did past year, but that she "can't fly for one month".

"Can't fly for one month, the doctors say", the President said.

But Melania Trump's following 26-day absence from the public eye led to speculation including some wild unfounded theories that she had left the White House and her husband. "And she's doing great", Trump said about his wife, revealing more details than the White House had previously released. The first lady of the United States on Wednesday, June 6, attended the briefing at the headquarters of the Federal emergency management Agency along with her husband, Donald trump.

President Trump also tweeted, "Four reporters spotted Melania in the White House last week walking merrily along to a meeting". "She went through a little rough patch but she's doing great", the president said.

Was the first lady's medical crisis more serious than we've been led to believe? She had not been seen in public since May 10, when she accompanied the president to Andrews Air Force base in Maryland to welcome home three American hostages from North Korea.

In response, the First lady issued a statement on social media on May 31. During her recovery from surgery, they reported everything from near death, to a facelift, to left the W.H. "All Fake, she is doing really well!"

Her recent schedule has seen a noticeable shift from the weeks prior to the surgery, when she engaged in several high-profile events. The evening before she appeared at another White House event with her husband to honor Gold Star families. Mrs. Trump's Communications Director, Stephanie Grisham, said the procedure was a success and without complication.

Some said Melania had moved back to NY or was cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, head of the main investigation into alleged Russian election meddling, that President Trump has branded a "witch hunt".

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