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Donald Trump’s first wife, Ivana, has pronounced her daughter Ivanka could run for president, and that she and Trump now pronounce frequently and have a comfortable attribute despite the “insane” resources of their scandalous divorce.
Ivana Trump was married to Donald Trump from 1977 to 1992 and is the mom of 3 of the president’s children, Donald Jr, Ivanka and Eric. Next week she will tell Raising Trump, a book on her matrimony and her life.
She knew her matrimony was over, she writes, shortly after a day in Dec 1989 when a “young blonde lady approached me out of the blue and pronounced ‘I’m Marla and we adore your husband. Do you?’ we pronounced ‘Get lost. we adore my husband.’ It was unladylike but we was in shock.”
In 1990, Trump’s event with Marla Maples spawned an barbarous New York Post headline: “Best Sex I’ve Ever Had”. In 1993, Trump married Maples, who is the mom of his daughter Tiffany. He is now married to Melania Trump, the mom of his son Baron.
The Associated Press purchased an early duplicate of Ivana Trump’s book, in which she writes glowingly about her matrimony and her distinguished role at the Trump Organization. She also writes about the pain Trump’s event with Maples caused her and her children. Donald Jr did not pronounce to his father for a year after the split.
“I can only shake my conduct at how it violent it was,” Ivana writes. “I couldn’t spin on the radio but conference my name.”
The divorce came under inspection during the 2016 election, when it was reported that Ivana once sealed a sworn deposition alleging Donald had raped her. She sought to explain that the accusation, which Trump has consistently denied, was not dictated in a “literal or rapist sense”. Trump’s counsel amplified the issue, however, by suggesting to a contributor there was no such thing as marital rape.
In her book, Ivana writes that she and the boss are now on warmer terms, speaking about once a week. She encourages him to keep using Twitter, she says.
In a CBS News talk this week, Ivana pronounced she was offering the post of envoy to the Czech Republic but incited it down since she already had “a ideal life”. The White House did not immediately respond to a ask for criticism about the ambassadorship post.
Much of the book is spent recounting Ivana Trump’s childhood in Europe, her burgeoning displaying career in New York and Trump’s courtship. At their first meeting, she writes, Trump cumulative her and friends a list at a prohibited Manhattan restaurant, paid the check and chauffeured her back to her hotel in a hulk Cadillac.
“My instincts told me that Donald was smart and humorous an all-America good guy,” she writes.
Her children also minister passages to the book and Ivana muses that her former husband may not be the only Trump to call the White House home.
“Maybe in 15 years, she could run for president?” she writes about Ivanka. “First Lady? Holds no interest for me personally. First Mother? That could work.”
Ivanka is among the many high-profile total in the Trump administration, a comparison confidant to her father. But she has struggled to claim herself, appearing to hold little if any change on his actions.
Most recently, she and her husband, Jared Kushner, another top help to the president, have been at the core of debate over their use of private email accounts for supervision business. Republicans including the Trumps claimed Hillary Clinton’s use of private email while secretary of state unfit her from the presidency.
Elijah Cummings, the top Democrat on the House slip committee, requested this week that the FBI examination either Ivanka and Kushner exchanged personal information by their personal accounts.