Melania Trump is squashing conspiracy theories that have swirled in the three weeks that she's been absent from the public eye.
Today, the First Lady took to the platform to slam the media for spreading unfounded rumors about her disappearance.
The first lady, still an enigma in Washington a year after her arrival at the White House, is the capital's media mystery du jour, with the burning question: Where is Melania?
They say she feels people are being nosey, rather than genuinely concerned about her, and that she has no desire to reveal any information as a result.
Absence seems to make the heart grow fonder, however, because in the last month Melania's approval rating jumped 10 points to 57 percent.
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While many administrations have sought expert counsel in the past, former Obama advisor and email recipient Evan Medeiros speculated that the thinly-reported information was presented in an attempt to gain positive media attention and "fan tweets".
On the day of the first-ever Women's March in 2017, resisters of Donald Trump's presidency busted out their best signs telling the then-future First Lady Melania Trump to "blink twice" if she needed to secretly convey that she was being held hostage by her husband, the then-president elect.
"We must break down barriers to youth sports participation and empower each child to reach his or her full potential through sport and play", said Ivanka Trump, one of the president's daughters and one of his advisers.
Still, it looks like a lot of Twitter users are just refusing to believe she is alright. "Rest assured, I'm here at the @WhiteHouse w my family, feeling great, & working hard on behalf of children & the American people!" she tweeted.
"I wouldn't characterize this as a long absence".
On Friday, the president tried to assure reporters that his wife was doing fine. On May 26, a week after she got out of the hospital, an anti-Trump tweeter, Bill Palmer of the Palmer Report, posted about her being "missing".
Others said there was legitimate reason to wonder about Trump's health.