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More Troubles For President Trump As First-Lady Melania Plans Divorce Following ‘Painful’ Defeat

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According to reports, a former aide has disclosed that, U.S. First Lady Melania Trump is set to divorce her husband, Donald Trump after he leaves the White Housefollowing a painful defeat to the President-Elect.

The former white house aide said Melania Trump is “counting down the minutes” until she can divorce Donald Trump, after he lost the 2020 presidential election to Joe Biden.

Trump has yet to concede defeat in the US 2020 election, despite Joe Biden winning more than 270 of the electoral college votes.

Stephanie Wolkoff, a former aide to Melania, who recently released a book, has come out to claim that Melania is already negotiating a post-nuptial agreement that would give her son, Barron Trump, an equal share of the Trump wealth.

Also confirming the claims, former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman alleged Melania’s 15-year marriage with Donald Trump is already over.

She said: “Melania is counting every minute until he is out of office and she can divorce.

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“If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he’s in office, he would find a way to punish her.”

It was once reported that Melania did not expect her husband to win in the 2016 election and when she heard the news that they would soon be expected to move into the White House, she burst into tears.

At the time the First Lady’s communications director dismissed the book, saying it is “clearly going to be sold in the bargain fiction section”.

“Mrs Trump supported her husband’s decision to run for president and in fact, encouraged him to do so. She was confident he would win and was very happy when he did,” said Stephanie Grisham.


Donald Trump’s defence secretary, Mark Esper has reportedly prepared his letter of resignation as America awaits the results of its presidential elections.

NBC News reports that Esper prepared the letter “because he is one of the Cabinet officials long expected to be pushed out after the election.”

Meanwhile, defense secretary, Mark Esper, who has long been at odds with President Donald Trump over several issues including over Trump’s use of the National Guard to quell protests this summer is also set to resign following Trump’s defeat to Joe Biden.

According to reports, Esper was currently helping members of Congress draft legislation to remove the names of Confederate leaders from military bases.


Esper provided a written framework to Pentagon leaders for renaming installations and possibly even ships and street names on bases that honor Confederate generals or leaders. A move that could put Esper further at odds with the president, the report said.

NBC cited multiple current and former officials who confirmed the development, but a spokesman for Mr. Esper told the network he is not resigning.

Chief Pentagon spokesman Jonathan Hoffman called the NBC News report “inaccurate and misleading in many ways,” saying Esper is not planning to resign and was not asked to submit a resignation letter.

“He continues to serve the nation as the Secretary of Defense at the pleasure of the President and is working on the irreversible implementation of the National Defense Strategy,” Hoffman said on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Americans are still waiting for the results of elections that will decide who will become the country’s 46th president.

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