Lynn Aronberg has stated that one of the reasons for the couple's recent problems is because she is a fan of Donald Trump and the Republican Party and her soon-to-be ex is not.
"After much consideration over the past few months, we've made a decision to respectfully and amicably part ways and end our marriage", the couple are quoted as saying in the press release.
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The Palm Beach couple has been married for almost two years.
Dave Aronberg, 46, a Palm Beach County State Attorney, and his wife, Lynn, said in a press release Thursday that she is "amicably" divorcing her husband due to her feeling "increasingly isolated in the marriage".
Lynn, who owns a successful PR firm, is said to be receiving $100,000 in benefits in the divorce, plus the payment of half her rent, a new BMW, and $40,000 in cash.
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"We are, however, dedicated to remaining close friends". Wakefield's research showed that 24% of American couples (both married and unmarried) admit they have argued with their partner over politics since President Trump was elected.
Lynn cited the emotional alienation she felt stemming from her support of President Donald Trump.
Millennials especially were more like to split up because of political differences. "She said she wanted children, but Aronberg was in no hurry", according to the statement.
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