Melania trump appeared on public after the operation

Melania trump appeared on public after the operation

This morning, First Lady Melania Trump underwent an embolization procedure to treat a benign kidney condition.

On Sunday, her spokesperson Stephanie Grisham confirmed that the first lady will not accompany the president to the G7 summit in Canada or the North Korea nuclear summit in Singapore. Can't fly for one month the doctors say.

The sudden announcement about Melania's medical conditions from the White House was met with surprise and there was a lot of speculation about her health. After the procedure, Mr. Trump told the public that his wife would be home from the hospital in two to three days; she ended up staying for five. The First Lady is in good spirits and she is resting.

On Thursday, she made her first public appearance in 26 days, attending the 2018 hurricane briefing alongside her husband at the Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) headquarters. "Four reporters spotted Melania in the White House last week walking merrily along to a meeting".

So far, the White House stands by the details of Melania Trump's procedure, and anything else is conjecture.

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The president earlier on Wednesday criticized the "Fake News Media" for "unfair" and "vicious" reporting of his wife during her surgery recovery that included "everything from near death, to facelift, to left the W.H". A first lady is entitled to her privacy if she wants it, but the media is also entitled to getting straight answers from this administration.

It was closed to the press, but she tweeted photos from the event showing her seated next to the president, and a video posted to social media showed her arrival. "She can not travel internationally yet, and is doing great".

Dr. Lambros Stamatakis of MedStar Washington Hospital Center said embolization can take hours because of the time needed to find the right blood vessel. By all accounts, the First Lady is doing well and recovered. "Rest assured, I'm here at the WhiteHouse with my family, feeling great, and working hard on behalf of children and the American people!"

On Monday, the first lady strolled into a White House event Monday for military families and swept away the wild speculation that she was incapacitated or had otherwise vanished.

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