Where is Melania Trump? First lady keeps low profile after hospital stay

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Where is Melania Trump? First lady keeps low profile after hospital stay

Grisham said the first lady would like to be "out and about promoting her initiatives" but "her health comes first".

Medical experts told the NY times that surgery such as Melania's should usually result in an immediate, same-day discharge, causing many to wonder why she is taking such an extended time off.

The Slovenian-Born model's most recent Tweets give little away on her whereabouts, posting heat-warming tribute to the American armed forces for Memorial Day and commemorating former Navvy SEAL, master chief Slabinski, who received a Medal of Honour.

Melania Trump spent six days at the medical center, and President Trump says she's doing just fine.

Mrs Trump on May 9. At the time, she and President Donald Trump welcomed home three Americans who hd been detained at Joint Base Andrews in North Korea.

On May 14, the first lady was checked into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for what her office said was a minor and successful kidney surgery.

Melania Trump at the White House for an event in the Rose Garden on May 7.

The off-tone tweet caused some Twitter users to worry about the first lady's welfare and demand answers to why she hasn't been seen in weeks.

Melania's spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, told Business Insider on Wednesday the first lady "is doing great" despite her relatively long absence from the spotlight.

A week after the first lady announced "Be Best", she was in the hospital. "She's looking at us, right there".

'The danger in a situation like this if you don't have some control over the narrative, then people's imaginations go wild'.

First ladies are under no obligation to make their medical histories public, and the White House has said nothing more about Mrs. Trump's condition.

No further information has been released on when she will next appear in public, although Mrs Trump is expected to appear at a Congress summer party at the end of June, and Fourth of July picnic. Sadly, we deal with conspiracy theories all the time, so this is nothing new, just more silly nonsense.

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