Marc Kasowitz, a longtime attorney for US President Donald Trump, previously issued a letter to Wolkoff and publisher Simon & Schuster, alleging that she had violated a confidentiality clause within a Gratuitous Services Agreement signed between Melania Trump and herself on August 22, 2017.
Melania said the experience made her more grateful to the first responders and the FLOTUS thanked the medical staff and the residence staff who looked after them when they were still battling the virus. "He has since tested negative", Trump continued.
She wrote that the most impactful part of her recovery was the chance to reflect on many things.
Barron Trump, right, is the only son of President Donald Trump and his wife Melania. This after Melania's essay. "He had it for such a short period of time I don't even think he knew he had it because they're young and their immune systems are strong and they fight it off 99.9 percent, and Barron is attractive and he's free".
"I don't even think he knew he had it, because they're young and their immune systems are strong and they fight it off", Trump said. "And Barron is attractive and he's free", Trump was quoted in a CNN report.
Aside from additional family time, Melania admitted that she was "very fortunate" because she had "minimal symptoms" of coronavirus.
She described body aches, a cough and headaches and said she felt extremely exhausted most of the time.
Trump has resumed campaigning in several battleground states as he looks to fend off a challenge from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
The news, which had been kept under wraps despite global attention on Trump's own health, thrust public attention firmly back on the pandemic and in particular on an outbreak within the supposedly highly secure White House over the last two weeks.
After she and the President earned their favourable results October 1, Ms Trump formulated that naturally, his psyche went shortly to their son. Melania also took to the social media platform to confirm that the couple had "postponed" any existing scheduled events. Dozens of attendees at those events, including the September 26 Rose Garden announcement of Amy Coney Barrett as Trump's pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, were also sickened with COVID-19.