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Gavin Newsom to resume public appearances after mysterious cancellation of Glasgow trip & wife's furious 'haters' tweet

CALIFORNIA Governor Gavin Newsom will reportedly resume public duties this week after a mysterious absence.

Newsom has not appeared publicly since canceling a visit to Glasgow, Scotland, on October 29 for the COP26 climate change conference.

Originally, Newson's office said the governor had not made the trip to Scotland due to "family obligations," with no additional details were offered about why the governor backed out.

Since them, Newsom has held no press conferences or made any public appearances.

But on Monday, Newsom's press secretary Daniel Lopez told SFGATE that the governor had worked at the Capitol last week and will resume normal appearances sometime this week.


Lopez said: "Last week Governor Newsom worked in the Capitol with staff on urgent issues including COVID-19 vaccines for kids, boosters, ports, the forthcoming state budget and California’s continued economic recovery.

"He will have public events this week related to the economy and vaccines.”

As online users hit out at Newsom's lack of transparency, his wife Jennifer Siebel Newsom tweeted over the weekend: "It’s funny how certain folks can’t handle truth. When someone cancels something, maybe they’re just in the office working; maybe in their free time they’re at home with their family, at their kids’ sports matches, or dining out with their wife.

"Please stop hating and get a life.”

After sending the tweet on Sunday night, Siebel Newsom deleted the the post shortly after.

In his last public appearance, Newsom was seen receiving his COVID-19 booster shot.

Some social media users questions the safety of COVID boosters, but Lopez said, "The cancelation was not a result of his booster shot."

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