For the four months that Donald Trump has been the commander in chief, he's done so in the White House without his wife Melania Trump. This issue has raised many questions, which was addressed by one critical host on MSNBC.

"Morning Joe" on Trump

Throughout the 2016 presidential election, Melania Trump was often far away in the distance as Donald Trump dominated the spotlight. After it became clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" was going to lock up the GOP nomination, Melania was tapped to give a speech at the Republican National Convention.

After initially receiving praise, it was later revealed that her writers had plagiarized a portion of Michelle Obama's speech from the Democratic National Convention years earlier. Since then, Melania has kept her distance, doing so by even remaining in New York City since the inauguration while 10-year-old Barron Trump finishes the school year. Over the last week, the first lady has been back in the headlines for several reasons. One for getting caught on camera on two different occasions denying Trump's attempt at holding hands, but for also reportedly pushing her husband to replace Sean Spicer as press secretary. The unanswered questions between the two has caused many to speculate why the president is distancing himself from his wife, which was highlighted during a May 24 segment on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."

During Wednesday's "Morning Joe," co-host Joe Scarborough brought up the issues surrounding Donald Trump, and even exposed the fact that many are worried that he is isolating himself from his family, including his wife Melania Trump.

"He goes down to Washington D.C. He's inside the White House. He's isolated. His family is still up in New York," Scarborough pointed out.

"I don't want to go too deep into what everybody is talking about," Joe Scarborough prefaced, before adding, "obviously he seems, at this point, isolated from his wife." "If ever a president has been isolated personally, it's been Donald Trump inside the White House," he continued, while noting, "this has to have an effect on this man." In addition to his wife, questions also surround Trump's relationship with his son-in-law Jared Kushner who has a top role in the administration, but has been known to clash with Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on a routine basis.

Moving forward

As the pressure continues to pile on the White House, Donald Trump is struggling to keep the scandals away from the administration. With the president currently on his first foreign trip, only time will time how he handles the issues at hand once he returns to Washington D.C. next week.