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The White House did not explain what led Melania Trump to seek treatment or whether the "benign kidney condition" meant she had a benign tumour or something else.

U.S. 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. After the procedure, Donald Trump told the public that his wife would be home from the hospital in two to three days; she ended up staying for five. It was a reception in the East room of 40 families of the war dead in Iran.

President Trump said Friday he won't be inviting the victor of the NBA Finals to the White House. 'She had a big operation, that was close to a four-hour operation.

Mrs. Trump appeared at the White House on June 11 for the annual Lincoln Medal gala.

"We must determine the extent of the president's leaking, its impact on the financial markets and whether Trump's friends benefited from it", said Wyden.

He said: "First lady's great".

'Can't fly for one month, the doctors say, ' he said.

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The negotiators included agree-to-disagree language on climate change and on an global commitment to reduce plastics in the world. On Saturday, Trump repeated his desire to have a sunset clause in an updated NAFTA deal, a demand Trudeau rejected again.

On Wednesday, she attended a hurricane preparedness briefing at Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington and was described by those attending as looking healthy and well.

Speculation mounted still as the president's trips to the G7 meeting in Canada and summit with North Korea in Singapore fast approached.

This appearance is one of Melania's first since being away from the public eye for 25 days while she recovered from kidney surgery.

She delivered remarks at the end of performances, thanking the theater and performers, according to the first lady's office.

The source added: "I don't know exactly when the move is supposed to happen, but it is being talked about as a permanent move".

In the past, the stylish, Slovenia-born first lady has been an asset to her husband on the world stage, and has at times softened the image of a president who tends to use blunt force in his diplomatic efforts.

Few details have emerged from the first lady's office. "The first lady looks forward to a full recovery so she can continue her work on behalf of children everywhere", a statement from White House Communications Director Stephanie Grisham read.


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