KEY POINTS

  • Melania Trump is staying with her husband Donald Trump despite unhappy marriage rumors
  • The POTUS and his wife are happy to be separated, according to an author
  • The FLOTUS believes that she doesn't have to be with her husband all the time

Melania Trump is sticking with her husband, President Donald Trump, as per a book written by Mary Jordan.

Jordan, a Pulitze Prize-winning journalist, made several revelations about the First Lady in her book “The Art of Her Deal.” Jordan claimed that the FLOTUS does not plan to leave her spouse despite rumors that they are splitting.

“Everybody who really knows them, not a single person expects her to leave,” Jordan wrote as quoted by 7News.com.au.

“They say Melania Trump always calculates what is good for Melania and her son Barron. Right now, in the foreseeable future, she’s pretty happy to be where she is.”

Jordan acknowledged the various rumors questioning the first couple’s marriage. However, she made it clear that there is no third party and those people close to them have nothing but good things to say when it comes to Melania and Trump’s relationship.

“There’s no other guy and there are no other flings. There are all kinds of rumours on the internet because we don’t see her very often and she says so little. But when you talk to people in the inner core, she is staying, at least for now,” she added.

Melania’s hairdresser, Lino Carbosiero, also spoke about the President and the First Lady’s relationship. According to him, the two are in love in contrast to various reports claiming that they aren’t.

“It’s rubbish what they say about the First Lady and the President [not being in love],” he told Kate Wills of the Evening Standard.

“I’ve seen them close up and they’re so sweet to each other and very close.”

Jordan also wrote that Melania and the president do not spend most of their time together, but they are “happy to be separated.” Their distance has also never been an issue between them. In fact, in one of her past interviews, Melania said she doesn’t have to be with her husband all the time.

“I don’t think you need to be with your husband every minute of every day. Both people should do what their passion is and then get together in the mornings and evenings and share and experience life and have a great time. You know that saying, ‘Work hard and play harder?’ That’s what we do,” Melania said.

US President Donald Trump, shown here with his wife Melania arriving in Palm Beach on February 14, 2020, handed control of the Trump Organization over to his sons after his inauguration
US President Donald Trump, shown here with his wife Melania arriving in Palm Beach on February 14, 2020, handed control of the Trump Organization over to his sons after his inauguration AFP / SAUL LOEB
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