The former first lady Melania Trump remains to be constant in the turmoil faced by former President Donald Trump. He recently stated that he expected to be arrested in connection with the investigation by the Manhattan District Attorney soon. He went on to call for protests as New York law enforcement prepares for a possible indictment. A photo of Donald Trump’s plane taking off to fly to New York for his arrest was also leaked.
The controversy sparked around the hush money payment that Cohen admitted that he made to Stormy Daniels during the fall of Trump’s 2016 White House bid to keep her from coming forward about an alleged affair she had with the then-candidate. Trump has denied the affair. Previously, TMZ reported that Daniels was experiencing the impact of Trump’s potential impending arrest and reportedly strengthening her security after receiving multiple threats.
Melania Trump reportedly distancing herself from Donald Trump
Melania Trump, the former first lady and wife of the ex-president Donald Trump, is reportedly distancing herself from her husband amidst rumors of cheating scandals.
While Ivanka Trump has already taken a step back from politics, distancing herself from her father’s political agenda, it appears Melania is following suit. According to The Mirror, insiders claim that the couple leads completely separate lives, despite living together in their luxurious Mar-a-Lago mansion in Florida.
“Their paths barely cross,” said an anonymous insider. “Melania is no different from any woman. Having her husband accused of cheating on her not just once but twice is extremely disturbing.”
During Donald Trump’s recent trip from Florida to New York after being indicted for criminal charges related to hush money payments paid out during his presidential campaign in 2016, Melania was nowhere to be seen.
Trump was instead accompanied by his son Eric Trump, campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung, communications aide Jason Miller, former White House aide Dan Scavino, and Boris Epshteyn, a lawyer involved with the legal efforts to overturn 2020 results, according to The Independent.