President Donald Trump said Tuesday that his wife, Melania, is "doing really well" although she remains hospitalized following a medical procedure to treat a kidney condition the White House described as benign.
First Lady Melania Trump will leave the hospital in "two or three days", Donald Trump told reporters Tuesday.
Later at an event honoring fallen police officers on Capitol Hill he again adressed her stay at Walter Reed Medical Center just outside Washington. "She had the surgery and then the press secretary put out a brief statement that she had the surgery, it was successful and she was recovering well and that was it", McBride said.
"Heading over to Walter Reed Medical Center to see our great First Lady, Melania", the President tweeted on Monday.
Although Dr. Litwin has no direct knowledge of Mrs. Trump or what is ailing her, the urologist speculated that the most common kidney issues treated with embolization are an angiomyolipoma - that is, a type of benign tumor that can be filled with blood vessels, fat cells, and sometimes some random muscle cells; or an AVM, or arteriovenous malformation - that is, a random collection of blood vessels that arrange themselves in an odd way.
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The former model from Slovenia is Trump's third wife, and the couple has been married for 13 years. She also launched a public awareness campaign called "Be Best" to help teach kindness to children as the president sat in the audience in the Rose Garden.
The Trumps and their marriage have been under scrutiny in recent months after revelations that a porn actress was paid $130,000 in hush money to keep quiet about claims she had sex with Trump in 2006.
Mr. Trump also spoke to the First Lady by telephone, according to Yahoo News.
Mrs. Trump has, at times, has been noticeably absent from her husband's side.
The first lady lived full time in NY during the administration's opening months so Barron would not have to change schools midyear. She and Barron moved to the White House last June.