Throughout a brand new interview, Ivana Trump ended up calling Donald Trump’s present spouse, Melania Trump, his ‘ex’ and that obtained fairly awkward! It began with the interviewer questioning whether or not she and Donald ever convey up the First Woman whereas discussing their household.
Ivana’s response? She apparently doesn’t pay any consideration to the president’s ‘ex-wives!’ Yikes!
As all too properly, Melania and Donald Trump are nonetheless very a lot married however the identical cannot be mentioned about him and Ivana, after all.
The 2 put an finish to their marriage again in 1992 however that’s to not say they don’t nonetheless keep up a correspondence at the moment.
In spite of everything, they share three youngsters collectively so, in response to her, they discuss fairly typically, primarily about their offspring, but additionally about some political points.
Because it appears, nonetheless, the ‘ex-wives’ are off limits throughout their chats, nonetheless!
‘I communicate on to Mr. President. I don’t become involved together with his ex-wives or his personal life.’
That is what Ivana mentioned and even when the discuss present host, Jane Moore, tried to notice that Donald continues to be married to Melania, she didn’t right herself.
And that wasn’t even the tip of the shade as a result of Ivana went on to recommend that the previous mannequin isn’t doing an excellent job because the First Woman.
‘She’s very quiet and doesn’t go to too many locations,’ Ivana said.
This comes after Melania’s former greatest good friend, Stephanie Winston Wolkoff criticized the Trumps’ marriage as properly, calling it ‘transactional’ and Melania, Donald’s ‘arm sweet.’
‘Melania obtained two dynamic many years. She was a younger mannequin, she didn’t have success. She met Donald, obtained married, turned an American citizen, that they had a son and 10 years after that she is the primary woman of america. I do consider that it was a magic second, and I consider it was a made-for-TV second,’ Wolkoff informed BBC a few days in the past in an interview.