President Trump said Friday he won't be inviting the victor of the NBA Finals to the White House. It is also rumoured that she has packed her bag and has left for moving back to The family penthouse in NY.
This comes after both Stephen Curry and LeBron James said no matter who wins the championship, neither team will be going to the White House. "I haven't seen someone phone in this whole first lady thing since Betty Ford was still drinking".
Mr Trump added that the U.S. first lady is "doing great".
The first lady and the president attended the Ford's event previous year, and there are media photos of her on stage, dressed in a silky Grecian-style gown. This marked her third public appearance since having kidney surgery in May, after which she disappeared from the spotlight for 25 days straight.
Mrs. Trump "congratulated the recipients of this year's Lincoln Medal - an annual award given to people who have exemplified the legacy of President Lincoln through their achievements and bodies of work", according to the first lady's office.More news: Robert De Niro Exclaims "F-ck Trump" At Tony Awards
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The event at Ford's Theatre marked the First Lady's first solo appearance since she underwent an emergency kidney operation in May. She had what the president described as a "big operation" for a kidney condition on May 14.
Recall that last week Melania trump for the first time publicly speaking at an event at Gold Star, after his absence due to surgery.
Melania Trump, 47, appeared at the White House last night for an annual gala. "Tonight reminds all of us about the power the arts have in cultivating the American voice".
Donald Trump also said that now the first lady is doing fine right there, by there he meant the white house.
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".
She thanked the Department of Health and Human Services for releasing information on how states can cover the cost of treating babies suffering from neonatal abstinence syndrome, the painful withdrawal symptoms infants exposed to drugs in utero endure during their first few weeks of life.