Donald Trump: Melania Trump 'Can't Fly for One Month'

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United States president Donald Trump has said his wife, Melania, had a "big operation" to treat a kidney condition that lasted close to four hours, and can not accompany him to the G7 meeting in Canada under the orders of her doctor.

"First lady's great, right there", Trump told reporters from the South Lawn before leaving for the meeting in Quebec, while pointing to the upper floor windows of the White House.

The outing was her first public appearance in nearly a month following a kidney operation.

Trump underwent a surgical procedure to treat what her office described as a benign kidney condition.

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President Donald Trump's recent Twitter spree will likely make the return of first lady Melania Trump to public life "awkward", according to a report by Deadline.

Melania Trump, 47, attended a Hurricane briefing at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Headquarters (FEDA) on Wednesday. She appeared before news cameras on Wednesday when she joined the president for a visit to Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington.

Trump said the Slovenia-born former model was "doing really well!" The First Lady is in good spirits and she is resting. Out of concern for her privacy, Stephanie Grisham, Trump's communications director, forcefully pushed back on speculation, telling CNN at the time, "I am not going to expand beyond the statement I put out". The First Lady looks forward to a full recovery so she can continue her work on behalf of children everywhere. She remained in the hospital for several days and stayed out of the public eye for another three weeks. The procedure was successful and there were no complications. "I see the media is working overtime speculating where I am & what I'm doing. All Fake, she is doing really well!" he noted on the social media site.

Some said Melania had moved back to NY or was cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller, head of the main investigation into alleged Russian election meddling, that President Trump has branded a "witch hunt".

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