Donald Trump’s Wife Melania Allegedly Delayed Move To White House, So That She Could Renegotiate Prenup Agreement – Says New Book

Donald Trump’s Wife Melania Allegedly Delayed Move To White House, So That She Could Renegotiated Prenuptial Agreement – According To New Book

In a new book, “The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump,” by Washington Post reporter, Mary Jordan, there are details about FLOTUS, Melania Trump claiming that she allegedly renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with President Donald Trump .

According to reports, when Melania Trump stayed behind in New York after her husband’s presidential inauguration, it was because she didn’t want to interrupt their then-10-year-old son Barron’s school year.





News stories at the time concentrated on an apparent frostiness between the first couple and the exorbitant taxpayer costs to protect Melania and Barron away from Washington.

Those stories are said to be true, according to Washington Post reporter Mary Jordan. However, in the book she claims that the first lady was also using her delayed arrival to the White House as leverage for renegotiating her prenuptial agreement with President Trump.

Reports claim that Melania Trump’s original prenup had not been incredibly generous. But she had been with Trump longer than either of his ex-wives and had bargaining power. Allegedly her perceived calming effect on him was so great that those close to Trump and at least one of Trump’s adult children asked that she come to the White House as soon as possible.





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Authored by: Robin Ayers