Donald Trump‘s inner circle has been told the president is not backing down on his objections to the result of the US presidential election after losing to Joe Biden, as the first lady, Melania Trump, is reportedly planning to leave him and end their 15-year marriage.
“Melania is counting every minute until he is out of the office and she can divorce,” former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman told The Mail on Sunday, suggesting Mrs Trump would wait until January to save the president the “ultimate humiliation” of leaving his side while still in office and avoid any possible retaliation.
Meanwhile, a hotline set up by the Trump team to allow members of the public to report instances of suspected “voter fraud” with a view to further investigation in support of the president’s legal objections to the result have been overrun with prank calls, with the Lincoln Project and TikTok users among those encouraging followers to flood the line with spoof messages.
On Saturday she may well have felt the same – this time, however, with tears of relief. The 50-year-old Slovenian-born model has done little to dispel rumors of her reluctance to play the game of the first lady.
Some went further, with former White House official Omarosa Manigault Newman claiming she plans to divorce her husband as soon as she can, post-presidency.
“Melania is counting every minute until he is out of the office and she can divorce,” she said.
“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.”
Whether the former reality TV show contestant was close enough to the first lady to know how she felt was unclear. Ms. Manigault Newman was fired from the White House and left after a year, going on to release an explosive memoir of her time there and air recordings she had made inside the Situation Room, in a highly unusual breach of protocol.
Many experts have expressed concerns as regard the direction and the wellbeing of the 45th president. Meanwhile, Biden Administration has moved on to tackle COVID 19, the most important issue facing the US.
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