KEY POINTS

  • Donald Trump was accused of cheating on all of his wives
  • Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov criticized the POTUS on television 
  • Melania Trump refused to confirm the POTUS's alleged cheating 

Donald Trump was recently accused of cheating on his ex-wives, Ivana Trump and Marla Maples, as well as his current wife, Melania Trump.

Earlier this week, Fox News contributor Jessica Tarlov reacted to the homophobic remark made by radio host Rush Limbaugh about Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg.

“You see a loving monogamous couple like Pete Buttigieg and Chasten his husband up there showing what is possible. That someone who is in a same-sex relationship could be running for president and doing as well. And then they’re torn down by Rush Limbaugh, who’s been married four times I think,” Tarlov said on live television.

“We have Donald Trump, three times married, cheated on all of those wives,” she added before co-anchor Sandra Smith interrupted. The latter urged Tarlov to not bring in her personal relationships into the discussion.

At this point, Tarlov tried to defend herself but Smith took over her microphone to read out the rest of Limbaugh’s comments.

Political Flare journalist Andrea Jefferson slammed the network for not wanting netizens to know the truth about the POTUS. Jefferson also echoed Tarlov’s statements by saying that Trump really cheated on all of his wives.

While Trump was still married to his first wife, Ivana, reports swirled that he cheated on her with Maples. Years after the POTUS wed Melania, rumors swirled that he hooked up with porn star Stormy Daniels.

The president was also accused of cheating on the first lady while she was pregnant with their son, Barron Trump. Playboy model Karen McDougal admitted to having an affair with the POTUS just before the FLOTUS gave birth.

Trump has never directly denied the cheating allegations but Melania previously gave a cryptic response when she was asked about it. The first lady said that Americans have more important things to think about other than her husband’s alleged infidelity.

The FLOTUS also slammed the media for speculating about her marriage and circulating gossip during her interview with ABC News

Donald Trump & Melania Trump Melania Trump allegedly encouraged Donald Trump to join the presidential race. Photo by Marc Nozell from Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)] Photo: Marc Nozell from Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA [CC BY 2.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)]