The relationship between President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania has been the subject of several media discussions since they moved into the White House in 2017. Despite this, the couple has continued to maintain a strong and united front, disappointing their critics.

President Donald Trump made a surprise Thanksgiving visit to the U.S. troops on Thursday. During his visit, the businessman-turned-politician made it known that peace talks with the Taliban have restarted, CNN reported. The President, reportedly, arrived at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan around 8:30 p.m. local time.

The POTUS spent more than two hours in the military base where he dined with the troops. After enjoying turkey, Trump was also seen posing for photos, delivered a short speech and met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. The news outlet, however, reported that Melania Trump was not seen during President Trump’s unannounced visit to troops. This reignited some chatter on social media about the couple's relationship.

It remains unclear as to why Melania wasn't present there to celebrate Thanksgiving with her husband. However, the FLOTUS took to social media to wish her supporters a happy Thanksgiving. “May you all have a blessed Thanksgiving! Enjoy time with your family and friends. To those in our military who are serving overseas, you are in our thoughts and prayers - our nation is thankful for all you do! #HappyThanksgiving,” Melania wrote on Twitter.

President Trump shared videos of his trip to Afghanistan on social media. A clip of the President giving away food and talking to the troops was posted on the official Facebook and Twitter accounts of the White House. "There's nowhere I'd rather celebrate this Thanksgiving than right here with the toughest, strongest, best, and bravest warriors on the face of the Earth," the caption read.

Assistant to President, Dan Scavino Jr. also shared photos of the POTUS. One snap featured Trump smiling while he was surrounded by some American soldiers.

“We have the most powerful military in the world by far... This evening, as millions of families sit down at their dinner tables back home, they'll say a prayer for the men and women serving in our nation in Afghanistan and deployed all around the globe," Dan quoted the President as saying. “This evening, I also want to express the profound & heartfelt gratitude of the entire American nation for our amazing military families. The extraordinary commitment & sacrifice of your loved ones make it possible for all of our families to live in safety & peace.”

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First lady Melania Trump waves as she arrives for the State of the Union address at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 30, 2018. Getty Images