According to reports, Ivana Trump is furious over Melania's "forceful" statement in response to a few playful comments she's made about being called the first lady because she was Donald Trump's first wife.
The visit comes only one day after Donald's former wife joked that as his first wife, she was "first lady."
From 1977 to 1992, Ivanka Trump, a former model of Czech origin, was married to the american president Donald Trump.
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The mother of Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric "wants a formal apology on behalf of Melania from the White House for overreacting". "I don't really want to cause any kind of jealousy or something like that because I'm basically first Trump wife, OK?" There's clearly no substance to this statement from an ex, this is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise, ' the first lady's spokesperson stated.
"She loves living in Washington, DC and is honoured by her role as First Lady of the United States". A note that Melania Trump has not taken, she, with a sense of humor...
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Ivana, who divorced Donald Trump in the early 1990s following his affair with Marla Maples, said she doesn't understand why people stay with spouses who cheat.
It's a territory that Trump has also had to navigate with care since entering The White House on 4th January.
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