In a new book, The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump, author Mary Jordan dives into the history of the enigmatic First Lady of the United States. The relationship between Melania Trump and her billionaire husband is subject to speculation.
Now the author has shed light on the ways in which the presidential couple operate.
Melania, a Slovenian immigrant, married Donald in 2005, over a decade after then met in a New York bar when she was 27.
She worked as a model before she married the future-president, in a huge and lavish wedding at his sprawling property in Palm Beach, Florida.
All couples argue at times, but the author claims Melania shows her irritation with her husband in a certain way.
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The author wrote: “The way she shows that she’s upset with Trump is to walk away, to be invisible, and he doesn’t like that.
“He likes the very good-looking younger wife at his side. So she cancelled going to Davos, for instance, in the first year, very abruptly.
“She didn’t get in the car with him to go to the State of the Union, a 10-minute car ride, after there were lengthy reports about infidelities with Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.”
The author looked at the pair’s relationship in depth, which she described as “unusual”.
“She is a loner. He is a loner. They’re perfectly happy to be separated.”
She adds: “[Melania’s] the first call he makes after a speech or a rally, because he trusts her – he doesn’t trust many people – and she watches on TV.
“So they have a very unusual relationship, but there is a bond there: they have a deal, right from the beginning.
“He loves himself, he loves his job, he’s got his own life and he spends a lot of time apart from her. And she’s absolutely fine with that.”