Ivana’s upkeep recommendation from movie tendencies when Trump-Melania divorce rumors emerge: “Do not be offended, get all the pieces”
Old footage of Ivana Trump giving child support advice has resurfaced amid Donald Trump and Melania divorce rumors. The clip is from the American comedy ‘The First Wives Club’ from 1996, in which the actresses Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton and Bette Midler also appeared. In the video you could hear Ivana say: “Don’t be angry, get everything.” At the time, Ivana said to the actresses, “Ladies, you have to be strong and independent. And remember: don’t be angry. Get everything! “
You can watch the video here.
According to Amazon Prime’s description of the film, Hawn, Keaton and Midler played the characters of “Mid-Life Manhattanites” who “came up with a clever plan to meet their exes where it really hurts – in their wallets.” “The First Wives Club” was Ivana’s first big screen role, but her ex-husband didn’t like it. In 2017, the president told radio host Howard Stern about the movie that it was “getting out of hand”.
Trump and Ivana married in 1992, but after dating over a decade, they separated and the mother of three got a whopping $ 14 million, a mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut, and an apartment in Trump Plaza. She also gained access to the Mar-a-Lago mansion in Florida for a month when the couple finalized their divorce in 1992. At the time, the POTUS paid approximately $ 650,000 annually in child support for Don Jr. Eric and Ivanka.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday November 17, Melania’s chief of staff Stephanie Grisham slammed the media for saying the first couple would soon split. “That question is pathetic and that’s why people don’t trust the mainstream media anymore. No legitimate journalist would ask this, ”said Grisham. Trump’s ex-fixer Michael Cohen added, “I don’t think Melania is leaving Donald. She is very readily involved in his plans and holds his beliefs for her own. These two deserve each other. “
Over the past few months there have been rumors that Trump and Melania would soon be leaving. A displaced former adjutant, Omarosa Manigault Newman, also claimed the previous model counts “every minute” and is waiting for January when Joe Biden will resume office so she can divorce Trump. Attorney Jacqueline Newman had expected that if Melania were to divorce Trump in the future, she would receive a huge $ 50 million. “In this situation, she can afford to buy something when she has $ 50 million. But $ 50 million, while it’s definitely a lot of money, in New York City, for what she’s used to, she wouldn’t be able to replicate what she has now. He probably had a good sense of what kind of lifestyle they were going to live, so I would imagine the payout would be pretty generous, ”she told Town & Country.
While discussing custody of their only son, Barron, Newman added, “It is handled by the courts. Given what I’ve read on the tabloids, it doesn’t seem like there are many questions about who is the main guardian. I suspect she would get primary custody and he would get access if he happened to be in town. “
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