Melania Trump to attend Ford's Theatre gala

Democrats Demand SEC Probe After Trump’s Tweet on Jobs Data

Democrats Demand SEC Probe After Trump’s Tweet on Jobs Data

Melania Trump, 48, had all but disappeared from public view after an announcement made by her staff on May 14 revealed she had undergone an embolisation procedure to treat a kidney condition, which was described as benign.

Mrs. Trump appeared at the White House on June 11 for the annual Lincoln Medal gala.

First Lady Melania Trump gave remarks to conclude a gala at Ford's Theatre on Sunday evening.

Arguing that Trump "violated federal rules and years of precedent by telegraphing" the financial data over an hour before it was to be made public, the Democrats called on the SEC and CFTC to investigate whether any person or corporate entity obtained and used market-moving information before the official release.

Until Donald Trump stepped in front of the cameras as he departed on an worldwide trip on Friday, there had been no leaks.

Mrs Trump's absence, beginning soon after she announced her initiative to teach kindness to children, sparked several theories about where she was and what might have happened to her, including that she had moved back to the family's penthouse at Trump Tower in NY.

"I was honored to be part of such a special evening", the first lady said in a statement.

"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", the statement added.

Presented with the President's timeline for Melania Trump's surgery, Stephanie Grisham, the first lady's communications director, reiterated that the first lady's embolization procedure had been successful. She went through a little rough patch, but she's doing great, and we're very proud of her.

President Donald Trump and his wife attended the Ford's event a year ago.

President Trump says that Melania is not in Canada with him for the G7 summit because doctors won't allow her to fly for a month. All Fake, she is doing really well! Can't fly for one month. "She can not travel internationally yet, and is doing great". -Colorado, and Ron Wyden, D-Oregon called Mr. Trump's tweet a "violation of federal guidelines".

Two days later, she showed up to a briefing at FEMA, which was her first in front of the press post-surgery. He told inquisitive reporters that "the First Lady is great".

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