The Huffington Post pointed out that the phrases "working overtime", "speculating", "working hard" and "on behalf of the American people" feature frequently in the president's tweets.
Many were convinced that Trump had moved back to New York City to prep for divorce after long-time rumors of a split, fueled by the first lady's seemingly cold body language toward her husband. At the time, she and President Donald Trump welcomed home three Americans who hd been detained at Joint Base Andrews in North Korea.
Four days after that appearance, the White House announced that the 48-year-old first lady had successfully undergone an "embolisation" procedure to treat a benign kidney condition, and that there were no complications.
A recent blunder by White House communications aide Kelly Sadler showed that the Trump administration has been emailing prominent members from former administrations in the hopes that they would amplify some of the president's foreign policy stances, including his abandoning of the Iran nuclear deal earlier this month.
Grisham said the disappearance from the public eye isn't unusual.
But that hasn't stopped the rampant theorising on Trump's extended absence from official White House outings.
A little less than a week later, reporters asked Mr Trump about his wife's whereabouts.
"We must break down barriers to youth sports participation and empower each child to reach his or her full potential through sport and play", Ivanka Trump said, adding that by the time girls reach age 14, they drop out of athletics at two times the rate of boys.
Despite Trump's assurances, reporters didn't see any sign of the first lady watching from above.
The first lady tweeted Wednesday that she's "working hard" and "feeling great".
Trump in February issued an executive order refocusing the council on youth sports as opposed to former USA president Barack Obama's emphasis on fitness and healthy eating. After Stephanie shared her boss's tweet, one person jokingly demanded more, writing, "Could we maybe get a video holding today's paper?"