Trump Condemns Media Coverage of Melania as “Vicious” and “Unfair”

President Donald Trump on Wednesday condemned the media coverage of First Lady Melania Trump, saying that the speculations made about her whereabouts in the weeks after a kidney surgery are “unfair” and “vicious.”

“The Fake News Media has been so unfair, and vicious, to my wife and our great First Lady, Melania. During her recovery from surgery, they reported everything from near death, to facelift, to left the W.H. (and me) for N.Y. or Virginia, to abuse. All Fake, she is doing really well,” Trump tweeted.

Trump claimed in another tweet that “four reporters spotted Melania in the White House last week walking merrily along to a meeting” but “they never reported the sighting because it would hurt the sick narrative that she was living in a different part of the world, was really ill, or whatever.”

“Fake News is really bad!” he added.

On May 30, CNBC reporter Eamon Javers tweeted that he had seen the First Lady “walking with her aides in the West Wing” the day prior.

“Not that this will deter the conspiracy theorists, but I saw the First Lady walking with her aides in the West Wing yesterday afternoon,” Javers wrote.

According to The Guardian, Melania Trump also attended a ceremony for Gold Star families on Monday that was closed to the press; however she did not give any remarks during the event.

The reception was her first public appearance since she underwent surgery at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on May 14.

Both the President and the First Lady are also scheduled to appear at a Federal Emergency Management Agency event Wednesday afternoon.

The media made their speculations on the assumption that the first couple marriage is breaking apart after adult film actress Stormy Daniels claimed that she had an affair with Trump shortly after his child with Melania was born.

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