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There she was scouted by a William Morris agent and started working as a model.She met Donald on a modelling trip to New York City, at the restaurant Maxwell’s Plum: he offered to help her and her friends skip the wait, then insisted on sitting down with them. The gesture didn’t impress her: “I was twenty-seven and had been hit on by countless men since the age of fourteen.” Nonetheless, she started talking to him on the phone, and they were engaged a few months later. For her sake, we hope Ivana Trump has an ironclad prenup because her young, stud-muffin husband, Rossano Rubicond, was caught red-handed cheating on her while participating in Italian TV's version of set!!Argentinian model, Belen Rodriguez, was the subject of Rossano's affections.“I turned around so he could see that the dress was backless and dipped all the way to my G-string,” she writes.Her wedding to Donald, on Easter, was officiated by Norman Vincent Peale. (After Eric, she tied her tubes.) She hated pregnancy.What straight man wouldn't choose a young model over Ivana for some naughty time? Belen and Rossano were ratted out to the world by a contestant named Vladimir Luxuria.
At one point, Ivana stormed out, offended by a stipulation that, in the event of a divorce, she’d have to return all jewelry received as a gift—and also by Donald’s refusal to set up a “rainy day” divorce fund of a hundred and fifty thousand dollars (fair compensation, Ivana believed, for giving up her modelling career).
But since Tiffany has moved east to attend college she's gotten closer to her dad and her half-brothers and half-sister.
Author Gwenda Blair, who wrote the book , told INSIDE EDITION: "Tiffany lived on the West Coast, Donald lived in New York City, so, there was no way he could share in her life the way he shared in his older children's lives.
last month, Ivana Trump, who was married to Donald Trump from 1977 to 1992, told an interviewer, when asked if the President would seek reëlection, that she thought the President was “missing a little bit of his old life,” the days when “he would go to Mar-a-Lago, he would go to play golf on Westchester, and things like that.” He still does all of these things, of course; Ivana meant that, back then, he wasn’t “working, working, working,” as she put it.
The comment evoked the glitzy eighties period in which she and her ex-husband were prominent character actors in the all-night play of New York—conveniently, a period she details in her new memoir, “Raising Trump,” a soft-focus self-portrait of a woman who did not become First Lady but has lately made a point of calling herself the “first Trump lady.”Ivana has always embodied the Trump brand, and still does: she is keen, in the book, to seem dominant, invulnerable, new-money deluxe.
Ivana is shameless, superficial, and sometimes surprising—strict in her adherence to a personal code and private ambition, louche in terms of most everything else.