US first lady Melania Trump appears with President Donald Trump at a public event for the first time in nearly a month at a hurricane response briefing at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Washington, US Wednesday.
She and Trump "were honoured to pay tribute to our fallen heroes". The first lady is scheduled to make her first public appearance since the surgery Wednesday afternoon. 'The people of our country love you, so thank you, honey'. Did she leave Donald Trump?
She has not been seen in public since May 10, when she accompanied the president to Andrews Air Force base in Maryland to welcome home three American hostages from North Korea.
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Numerous videos of the chase - which lasted almost two hours - appeared on social media with many observers shocked by the scene. Also, the tank didn't have any weapons, and while Yabut did have his sidearm, he did not have any ammunition.
Despite the operation's routine nature, Melania remained there for five days, returning to the White House on 19 May.
She's been "involved in several internal meetings with staff".
But, her communications director Stephanie Grisham says that the FLOTUS is not planning to move, and she has always been a strong, independent woman who puts her family and health above everything else. "I said no!" Trump tweeted June 29.
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More than half of Americans say they would not be interested in going into space, citing cost, fear, and age or health concerns. Only 18 percent of respondents said NASA should send humans to Mars and even fewer think astronauts should return to the moon.
Such a weeks-long disappearance by a modern-day first lady is indeed rare, said Ohio University history professor Katherine Jellison, an expert on presidents' wives.
Mrs. Trump's stay in the hospital was also shrouded in secrecy.
A tweet was posted on her Twitter account last week saying she was "feeling great" and "working hard" at the White House, but the writing style was so remarkably like her husband's (especially the backhanded slap at the media) that many discounted it. The popular rumor right now is that Melania is done with Washington D.C., and she is planning a permanent move back to her NYC penthouse.
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Her presence at the hurricane event outside the White House has prompted a proper storm on social media.