Melania Trump's Office Calls Ivana Trump "Attention-Seeking and Self-Serving"

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Melania Trump's Office Calls Ivana Trump

I don't want to cause any kind of jealousy or something like that, because I'm basically first Trump wife. "I'm first lady, ok?"

'Well, she was flirting. and I think she was flirting and and she got away with it, ' Trump said. Now his current wife, first lady Melania Trump, is firing back, slamming her comments as "attention-seeking and self-serving noise".

It was a moment eight months in the making: Melania Trump bounding down the White House lawn to the vegetable garden made famous by her predecessor. She loves living in Washington, DC and is honoured by her role as First Lady of the United States.

Ivana also took full credit for raising her kids, claiming that Trump was a "good provider" but didn't spend much time actively involved with the children until they were 18.

"There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex", Grisham continued.

Ivana Trump, who was hitched to the land tycoon from 1977 to 1992, sends in "Raising Trump" that she knew her marriage was over not long after following a day in December 1989. They've been photographed together before on more than one occasion, and Melania reportedly attended Ivana's 2008 wedding to Rossano Rubicondi, which was held at Trump's Palm Beach estate Mar-a-Lago. The two separated in the 1990's.

She offered faux sympathy for Melania Trump, saying "I think for her to be in Washington must be bad".

The memoir of the ex-wife of Donald Trump is not only about her personal life but about business. Would I straighten up the White House in 14 days? "She's a showgirl, never achieved anything in her life". According to the New York Daily News, Ivana mused about the notion of Ivanka following in her father's footsteps and becoming president.

'So I'm not sure if she was. "I love my husband.' It was unladylike but I was in shock", she writes. I like to do what I want to do, go wherever I want to go with whomever I want to go.

"The more comfortable she becomes in the position, the more great work she's going to be able to do", said Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign aide.

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