First lady Melania Trump attends on-camera briefing after "rough patch"

Dem responds to Trump tweetstorm He woke up in an 'authoritarian mood'

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On Monday, the first lady strolled into a White House event for military families and swept away the wild speculation that she was incapacitated or had otherwise vanished. "I think if you layer on top of the fact that race relations are not good when it comes to talking about our president right now".

First lady Melania Trump attended a FEMA briefing Wednesday alongside her husband - her first time in front of a camera at a public event in almost a month. She held private meetings with her staff and worked on projects, though she skipped a few public events where her participation seemed likely, including a Medal of Honour presentation and a sports "field day" for professional athletes and kids on the South Lawn. To her, he said, "She's done a fantastic job as first lady - the people of our country love you".

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Long avoided commenting on Trump himself, pointing out that he had boycotted White House celebrations once before as a Patriots player, and adding, "I have three years of quotes about Donald Trump".

Jena Greene, a Gold Star daughter who attended the event with her family, told ABC News the first lady, wearing a black dress and her signature high heels, appeared to be doing well.

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But the similarity of the tone of her tweet to those of her husband caused many social media users to doubt she was the one behind it. Melania Trump has yet to address the public since her return. President Trump has yet to acknowledge the discrepancy in these numbers.

Sources told Fox News that the plan was have Sadler make a public apology to the gravely ill Republican senator and his family after news spread that she was overheard saying, "He's dying anyway", when talking about McCain's opposition to President Trump's pick to lead the Central Intelligence Agency.

"The Fake News Media has been so unfair, and vicious, to my wife and our great First Lady, Melania", he tweeted Wednesday morning. "I said I wasn't going to the White House a long time ago". I mean, I don't speak for the commissioner.

Jenkins also tweeted photos of the signs.

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