U.S. first lady Melania Trump to skip G7, North Korea summit

U.S. first lady Melania Trump to skip G7, North Korea summit

U.S. first lady Melania Trump to skip G7, North Korea summit

First Lady Melania Trump called out media outlets on Wednesday, May 30, for wildly speculating over the reason for her almost three-week absence from the public.

Melania was last seen in public on May 10 when she and President Trump welcomed home three North Korean Americans who had been released from detention.

The White House announced four days later that Melania Trump had been hospitalised to treat a kidney condition.

People can't stop wondering where US First Lady Melania Trump is, and her latest tweet has left them confused.

While there are certainly bigger issues in the world right now (Samantha Bee calling Ivanka Trump a dirty word, the Drake-Pusha T beef, etc.) the disappearance of Melania Trump has captured the public's overactive imagination.

Recall that a few days ago, the Western media expressed concern that the first lady of the United States not been seen in public for more than two weeks.

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She had a top secret nip and tuck and will come back looking very ... refreshed. She has, however, posted on social media multiple times since the procedure.

She hasn't tweeted since May 30.

The 48-year-old has made a name for herself as "one of the most independent first ladies in recent history", says CNN, often "separating herself from her husband's travel plans, outings, rallies and, on more than one occasion, motorcades".

In addition, Melania Trump did not join the president on his weekend trip to Camp David, The Hill reported.

Her absence sparked all kinds of wild speculation, but the first lady has shown no interest in making an appearance just to knock down rumors.

"She is doing great". And, earlier this week, her spokesman, Stephanie Grisham, said the first lady has been meeting with her staff on the "Be Best" initiative and working on upcoming projects such as the annual White House picnic for members of Congress in June and Fourth of July festivities.

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