First lady Melania Trump not attending G7, North Korea summits

First lady Melania Trump not attending G7, North Korea summits

Washington D.C.: United States First Lady Melania Trump will not accompany her husband President Donald to Camp David over the weekend.

Her last public appearance was on 10 May, when she joined her husband to greet three American hostages released from captivity in North Korea. On May 14, the White House announced that Melania Trump underwent a medical procedure to treat a benign kidney condition. Rest assured, I'm here in the White house with my family. It remained unclear when her next public appearance will be.

As recently as Friday, Grisham told CNN, "she is fine, she's doing great".

As days have passed into weeks without a sighting of the first lady, speculation about Trump's lack of public schedule spawned several internet conspiracy theories, from plastic surgery to a stealth move back to New York City.

Paolo Zampolli, a longtime pal of Melania's, told the Associated Press she "wanted to spend some quality time with her family".

"She will not attend the G7, and now has no plans for her trip to Singapore", said Grisham.

Meanwhile, another tweet started doing the rounds online.in which every first letter of, her sentences spelled the word "HELP".

Her absence from public events she would normally attend has sparked speculation in the USA media and on Twitter.

Public interest in and news media coverage of first ladies exploded during the Obama administration, the first White House to extensively use social media to spread its brand, McBride said.

As per a White House official statement, the operation was successful. 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 has been meeting with staff and working on projects, according to her spokeswoman. A spokesperson for the First Lady indicated that she would stay in the hospital through the end of the week.

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