• Melania Trump struggled with trust issues
  • Melania Trump's biggest rival in President Donald Trump's love was Kara Young
  • The POTUS wanted to marry Kara Young and not Melania Trump

Donald Trump and Melania Trump have been married for 14 years, and their love story is unlike any other.

In the book “All The President’s Women: Donald Trump and the Making of a Predator,” authors Monique El-Faizy and Barry Levine revealed that the POTUS was busy pursuing relationships with different women between 1990 and 2000.

When President Trump began dating the FLOTUS, he was also reportedly dating two other models. Celebrity reporter A.J. Benza told the book authors that the president of the United States really fell in love with one of the models, and he wanted to marry her.

In fact, model Kara Young was the woman that President Trump really wanted to have a future with, and not the first lady. According to Benza, Melania saw Young as her biggest threat and not President Trump’s first two wives, Ivana Trump, and Marla Maples.

“She knew Donald thought differently about (Young) than the way he casually would date other women in the city. Melania knew he [POTUS] treated Kara differently,” Benza said.

Meanwhile, Benza revealed that the POTUS tried to ask for Young’s hand in marriage multiple times, but she refused. While they were dating, the model was still attending to her infant son from her first marriage.

And when the president started focusing more of his attention on Melania, the FLOTUS was aware that her then-boyfriend couldn’t get Young out of her system. This is what reportedly caused the first lady to have trust issues.

“Melania came home and saw [what was] not her makeup on a bathroom towel. She flipped out. A big fight ensued,” Benza said.

But in the end, the FLOTUS and the POTUS were able to patch things up. In 2005, they tied the knot at the Episcopal Church in Bethesda-by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, Florida and had one child together a year later.

During their interview with CNN years ago, President Trump claimed that he and his wife never had a fight. And the first lady was convinced very early on that they were compatible because they had good chemistry and energy.

First Lady Melania Trump Attends the Congressional Spouses Luncheon
First Lady Melania Trump watches a performance during the Congressional Spouses Luncheon on May 14, 2019, at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks