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VIDEO IVANA TRUMP: DONALD SHOULD “GO AND PLAY GOLF” INSTEAD OF RUNNING IN 2020


    Why kept running for president when you can take it easy? 

    At any rate that is the reasoning of President Donald Trump's first spouse, Ivana, who proposed that the president swears off 2020 keep running for the better things throughout everyday life. 
    "I'll reveal to you something, I don't assume it's essential," she said in a meeting with the New York Post. "He has a decent life and he has everything. Donald will be 74, 73 for the following [election] and perhaps he should simply go and play golf and make the most of his fortune. 

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    "I think he most likely [misses] a tad of opportunity," she included. "I don't theme the most likely realized what amount is included of being the president. It's so [much] data — you need to know the entire world." 

    Ivana's remarks arrive in the nick of time for the president's end of the weekly trek to Mar-a-Lago, his 149th day spent on one of his own properties, as per MSNBC maker Kyle Griffin. A month ago, according to CNN's observation, Trump crossed the limit of 100 days spent at his eponymous golf clubs. 

    Ivana has to a great extent said something regarding her ex's administration specifically, regularly to uncover unflattering insights concerning Trump's past, or to goad contention among Trump and the principal woman. 

    In November, amid a meeting on The Ray D'Arcy Show for the fall arrival of her book Raising Trump, Ivana gaped at an inquiry regarding whether Trump — with whom she had three youngsters, Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Trump Jr. — ever loaned her a hand with diapers. 


    "No chance. No, no chance. Nope, never showed signs of change a diaper," she said. Trump adored their kids, she stated, yet "he would not so much be the father who might go for them for a walk in Central Park in the baby buggy or run and play soccer with them or something to that effect. He was dependable on the telephone making business." 

    The prior month, Ivana had created a buzz when she considered herself the primary woman, rather than Melania Trump. 

    "I [don't] truly need to call him there, in light of the fact that Melania is there," Ivana disclosed to ABC News in October, noticing that she has an "immediate number" to the White House. "What's more, I would prefer not to cause any sort of envy or something to that effect, since I'm fundamentally first Trump spouse. Alright? I'm the primary woman." 

    Ivana may have the president's ear, yet Trump's choice to keep running for re-appointment may come down to the conclusions of the individuals from his own gathering. A week ago, in excess of two dozen Republicans in both the House and Senate faltered at inquiries of whether they'd back the president's 2020 offering. 

    "I don't have the foggiest idea what the world is going to resemble," Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn told CNN. "Yet, suppose it's not something I've given any idea too." 
    Congressperson Jeff Flake (R-AZ), one of Trump's greatest pundits on the Republican side of the passageway, said Trump still hosts the broad help of the gathering. Be that as it may, things could change. 
    "The base is with him bigly," Flake said. "Trust me, we as a whole know. In any case, this isn't to imply that that will hold."

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