June 17, 2020
There might be some tension between First Lady Melania Trump and her stepdaughter, Ivanka Trump, as new book details some shocking revelations about the pair’s relationship.
If the details of a new biography about FLOTUS Melania Trump are to be believed, then all isn’t always well between her and First Daughter Melania Trump.
Ivanka had given her first-ever graduation speech after WSU Tech in Wichita, Kansas, announced and then un-announced that she would be one of its commencement speakers.
The unflattering nickname, which came as a result of how infrequently the First Lady has spoken, seems like part of a long list of names that the duo call each other - Melania reportedly calls Ivanka, "The Princess," as a reflection of her privilege.
Even though Mary, who is a Pulitzer Prize-winner, gathered the information found within the biography from more than a 100 interviews, Melania’s spokeswoman has dismissed “The Art of Her Deal” as nothing but “fiction.”
Notwithstanding the reactions it received from the First Lady’s aides, Mary narrated that Donald’s 2016 election victory came as a shock to him.
A shock that prompted him to make plans to go golfing in Scotland “immediately after the election, so he didn’t have to watch Hillary Clinton bask in her success.”
In a review by the New York Times, the book is also said to detail how Melania encouraged her husband to run for the US Presidency as it upsets her when people refer to her as “fragile.”
The businesswoman also reportedly had a hand in Donald picking Mike Pence as his running mate and advised him to let go of the “zero-tolerance” policy that had separated many parents from their children at the Mexican border.
Regardless of what Mary has put down in her book, Huff Post noted that Ivanka has nothing but kind words for her stepmother in her 2017 book, “Women Who Work.” The mother of two had, through the book’s acknowledgments, gushed:
“Melania, you are an unbelievable mother with a heart of gold. You give generously of your time and attention, and I appreciate your support and friendship.”
Meanwhile, People reported that Ivanka had given her first-ever graduation speech after WSU Tech in Wichita, Kansas, announced and then un-announced that she would be one of its commencement speakers.
The 38-year-old’s message was later included secondarily in a statement from WSU Tech’s president, Dr. Sheree Utash.