President Donald Trump boarded the presidential helicopter on the South Lawn of the White House in the afternoon with his daughters Ivanka and Tiffany, his oldest son Donald Jr., and his son-in, law Jared Kushner.
Popular ones are that she has moved back to NY, is writing a tell-all book about her husband with the help of the Obamas or that she is cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, who investigated the President's campaign in 2016.
Melania was last seen on May 10 when she stood by the President and welcomed home three American detainees from North Korea.
The artwork depicts Mrs. Trump, who recently underwent a procedure to treat a benign kidney condition and has since been absent from public view, receiving electrical signals into her brain as well as adjusting her vision.
She returned to the White House on Saturday, May 19.
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. She participated in public appearances with the spouses of other G7 leaders, including a formal dinner and taking in a performance by La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra at the Ancient Theatre of Taormina.
Super Eagles starting XI in Wembley's friendly game
Though England still leads but Nigeria's game has improved since the Iwobi's goal at the 47th minutes and the four substitutions. The Nigeria Football Federation (NNF) had reported more than three million pre-orders, just before the kit went on sale.
According to The Daily Mail, a new conspiracy theory is alleging that President Donald Trump wrote the tweet, and not Melania.
Mrs. Trump accompanied her husband to the G7 summit in Italy past year.
Everyone is asking where in the world the US First Lady, Melania Trump, is. "Uniquely and remarkably, I think the press's attitude towards the First Lady of the United States is that of victim".
As per a White House official statement, the operation was successful.
But concerns were triggered by the President himself when the following week when he was asked about his wife's recovery he pointed out of a window and said: "She's doing great".