President Trump's first ex-wife Ivana Trump drew a curt response from the White House and from Mr. Trump's current wife, First Lady Melania Trump, after she said she was the first lady in an interview with ABC News.
Ivana wrote that she had no desire to become the wife of the President of the USA, like Melania Trump has become.
When asked about her current situation, the first wife of President Donald Trump, Ivana Trump said, "I have a ideal life".
The President of the United States of America's ex-wife has written a book on their failed marriage.
Melania is the most popular Trump in the White House, according to a recent CNN survey in which 44% of those polled said they have a favourable opinion of the first lady.
Much of the book is spent recounting Ivana Trump's childhood in Europe, her burgeoning modelling career in NY and Trump's courtship. Moreover, she believes that Ivanka, her daughter, could be president one day.
To Melania's credit, Ivana is trying to sell a new book, titled Raising Trump.
"He wouldn't be who he is without you?" asked CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod on "Sunday Morning".
Ivana and Donald Trump relax in the living room of their Manhattan apartment on March 12, 1979. Many people will find that fascinating, the idea that Trump would not only seek advice in the first place but that he would seek it from his first wife. "I don't mind immigrants and the wall because you have to protect your borders", she said.
While Melania Trump's statement suggests she and Ivana won't be sitting down for a friendly brunch anytime soon, they're still a whole lot more civilized than Trump himself. "I have a ideal life", she said. Ivana Trump writes, while also considering what her own title would be.
"I think for her to be in Washington must be awful", she said. The two divorced in 1992 in the aftermath of his tabloid affair with Marla Maples - who later became his second wife and mother of their daughter, Tiffany. Her children have all contributed passages to the book. Trump later married Marla Maples in 1993 and they divorced in 1999.
On Saturday, Trump made a similar comment on Twitter about how negotiations have failed for 25 years and said "only one thing will work" with North Korea. Indeed, in the same interview she was asked about Maples.
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