Sunday was President Donald Trump’s 74th birthday. It was also the official birthday of the United States Army, which was celebrating 245 years of existence, having been put in place in 1775.

First Lady Melania Trump retweet a message honoring the Army, but so far hasn’t done the same for her husband, Mediaite notes:

“There are no tweets posted by @FLOTUS recognizing the president’s birthday. In fact, there are no other tweets dated Sunday at all.

“There are no tweets recognizing the president’s birthday on her personal Twitter account, @MELANIATRUMP.

“There are no posts recognizing the president’s birthday on her official Facebook page as First Lady.

“There are no posts recognizing the president’s birthday on her personal Facebook page.

“There are no posts recognizing the president’s birthday on her Instagram, @flotus.”

Here’s the retweet of the Army birthday message from the First Lady:

The odd timing of the lack of a birthday message from Melania to the president is also interesting, since it comes only days after it was reported that the First Lady renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with her husband prior to moving into the White House so she could get a more profitable settlement in the case the marriage dissolves.

Other family members, however, did pay tribute to the Donald, according to The Daily Mail:

“Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka had earlier tweeted a picture of herself as a child sat on her father’s knee with the caption: ‘Happy birthday @realdonaldtrump! Love you!’

“She also shared a series of images of her dad with her young children and husband Jared Kushner.

“Eldest son Don Jr. wrote: ‘Happy birthday…we love you.’

“He also shared a series of pictures, including ones with his children and some with his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle.

“Eric Trump posted to tell his dad ‘we love you very much.'”

Maybe the lack of birthday wishes from the First Lady doesn’t mean anything. But then again, maybe it means more than we can possibly imagine.

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