Melania Trump `had big operation and can´t fly for a…

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US First Lady Melania Trump is"doing really well following a successful kidney procedure Donald Trump says

At Sunday night's gala honoring former President Abraham Lincoln, the first lady served as Honorary Chair.

She also 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.

He said: "First lady's great".

"Tonight reminds all of us about the power the arts have in cultivating the American voice", Politico reported she said in closing remarks. Thank you to Ford's Theatre Society for tonight, and your continued dedication to education and leadership in the arts-the impact they have on society is invaluable and something we will continue to cherish throughout time'.

Several Democratic U.S. senators urged federal regulators on Friday to look into potential data leaks after a tweet by President Donald Trump last week that some market participants viewed as a tip about the big monthly U.S. payrolls report ahead of its public release.

After she returned from the hospital, Trump to Twitter to express his gratitude. She attended a hurricane preparedness briefing at FEMA after recovering from what the president described as a "big operation" for a kidney condition on May 14. Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway gives her take on Michelle Wolf's jokes.

And the more the president and First Lady's office talk about the procedure, the murkier our understanding becomes.

In the hours afterward, aides wore scrubs around the first lady, a precaution that specialists said would be unnecessary for an embolization procedure.

She participated Sunday without Trump; he's in Singapore preparing for his meeting Tuesday with North Korea's leader.

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

President Trump said Friday he won't be inviting the victor of the NBA Finals to the White House.

'She wanted to go, ' Trump said.

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.

This isn't the first time the first lady has likely used fashion as a way of speaking without saying a word. "She is a great first lady". "And you know what?" he added.