If you're wondering where the First Lady is in the world, your spokeswoman does not want you to be worried. Just over two weeks after the White House announced that the first woman had kidney surgery on May 14, Melanie Trump's update by Stephanie Grisham suggested she was recovering well – and that people should stop To respond to the fact that she was not discovered White House events in recent weeks.
The last time the public saw the First Lady on May 10, she was with the president of Joint Base Andrews and welcomed three American hostages from North Korea. Only four days later, Melania was admitted to the Walter Mile Medical Military Center for "an embolization procedure to treat benign kidney disease," Grisham said in a press release. After Melania's surgery, Grisham also noted that the procedure was "successful and there were no complications." Since then, the White House has not informed the public or published any information about Melania's well-being except for a Melania tweet that feels "great" and "returning home".
Melania has also been missing at ceremonial events since her discharge from the hospital following the operation. Their absence was noted, for example, when President Donald Trump laid wreaths on Memorial Day at Arlington National Cemetery. Although she does not attend such a public event so soon after an operation, she is more than understandable, she has unfortunately mislead conspiracy theories, Politico . And it is all this turmoil that has persuaded Melania's spokeswoman to give another opinion on First Lady's health.
According to Grisham, the Internet is over-reacting, according to rumors that Melania has left the White House to return permanently to New York, CNN reported. "Unfortunately, we're always dealing with conspiracy theories ̵
After People Grisham said that Melania "have had several internal meetings with employees and will continue to do so this week . We focus on their initiatives and also on longer-term planning for events such as the Congress Picnic and the 4th of July."  Grisham also said that the public is most likely to expect that the first lady will be near the end of June, for a regular summer assembly for members of Congress, reports Politico . She refused to address the rumor mill surrounding the First Lady in recent weeks.
The First Lady has allegedly made the deliberate decision to lay low and keep media interaction as short as possible reported Politico . And after a hospital stay, such a decision makes sense. Politico also reported that an anonymous source revealed that Melania sees most questions about her health coming from a place of mere curiosity and "curiosity," not genuine concern. Nevertheless, the public will always be fascinated by what she does, how she recovers and where she is right now because of her position.
"The public had become accustomed to seeing more of her, especially with the state dinner she carried out flawlessly, and her high-profile initiative," Chief Army Chief of Staff Laura Bush Anita McBride said Politico . "It's normal that people care about them and want more." But as she recovers, they'll just have to wait, as Grisham pointed out.