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Melania Mystery Continues: First Lady Won't Accompany President To G7 Or Singapore

04 June 2018

Melania Trump will not accompany President Donald Trump to the G7 summit in Canada on Friday or to his historic summit in Singapore on June 12, it was revealed on the 24th day the first lady hasn't been since in public since her surgery.

The first lady's spokeswoman put out a statement last week saying "she has had several meetings internally with staff, and will continue to do so this week".

It's now been 21 days since the First Lady was seen in public. She checked into Walter Reed Medical Center for treatment of what the White House called a benign kidney condition May 14 and didn't leave until May 19.

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Drawing a parallel between her tweet and POTUS' earlier tweet, social media went on a rollercoaster ride cracking jokes and framing odd theories about the First Lady's tweet. With this, it has been the last 22 days that Melania last made a public appearance.

The reception is not open to the press, the White House added.

But, Huffington Post compared Melania's tweet with previous tweets from the President, and they pointed out that "working overtime" is one of the President's favorite phrases.

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According to reporter Seymour Hersh, President Richard Nixon (left) once punched his wife, Pat (right) so severely that she was hospitalized. She was last spotted with President Donald Trump on May 10 at Andrews Air Force Base as they welcomed home three Americans who had been held prisoner in North Korea.

She didn't join her husband at a White House sports and fitness event on Thursday, where Ivanka Trump was present with the president.

Then, on May 30 an update popped up on the First Lady's Twitter account.

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The absence of the intensely private first lady has prompted widespread speculation and conspiracy theories.

Melania Mystery Continues: First Lady Won't Accompany President To G7 Or Singapore