Are Trump, Melania planning to split?
Former aide claims Melania has negotiated a post-nuptial plan
Luck just isn’t going Donald Trump’s way, it seems. After losing a closely contested, historic American presidential battle, the outgoing POTUS may now stand to lose his wife, if reports are to be believed.
Former aide Stephanie Wolkoff alleged the couple were living in separate bedrooms in the White House and had a ‘transactional marriage.
She claims that Melania was negotiating a post-nuptial agreement to give the couple’s son Barron an equal share of the Trump fortune, according to a report on Mail Online.
Another aide Omarosa Manigault Newman added that the couple's 15-year marriage was over. “Melania is counting every minute until he is out of the office and she can divorce.
If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he's in office, he would ‘find a way to punish her’, he was quoted as saying in the report.
Melania had burst into tears in 2016 when Trump won the Presidential elections with one friend saying, ‘she never expected him to win’. However, she had waited five months before moving from New York to Washington, allegedly because the couple's son Barron 'needed to finish school’.
According to the reports, Trump's inner circle, including his wife Melania, now that Tump has lost, they want him accept it exit the Oval Office ‘gracefully’.
Though there have been frosty moments between the couple in public in the past, Melania said that she shared 'a great relationship' with her husband.
Apparently, Trump’s agreement with his second wife Marla Maples states that she can not publish any book or give interviews critical of him, perhaps Melania too has agreed to a similar code of silence.
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