Trump to deport Melania in case of divorce


The former assistant of the head of the White House dismissed with scandal thinks that Donald Trump’s wife Melania wants to divorce him.

The former assistant to the head of the White House Omarosa Manigault Newman says that that Donald Trump will find a way to deport his wife Melania from the United States if she leaves him, The Independent said with reference to Manigault Newman’s memoir book Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House.

According to the former Trump’s assistant, the president will annul the citizenship of his wife if she becomes the cause of his “ultimate humiliation” during his presidency.

“He’s a vindictive person,” she said.

The first lady of the USA is a native of Novo-Mesto in Slovenia.

According to media reports, she received her Green Card through a program for people with “exceptional abilities”, or “Einstein’s visa” and received US citizenship in 2006. This program is designed for academic researchers, business professionals and those involved in the maintenance of national and international standards.

During Trump’s campaign, she stated that she became a US citizen legally and promised to hold a press conference on this matter, but this did not happen.

Manigault-Newman believes that Trump could buy US citizenship for the former model. Melania Trump, according to Omarosa, cannot wait until end of the term of her husband to file for divorce.

44-year-old Omarosa Manigault Newman was previously one of Trump’s most prominent lawyers among African-Americans. She was fired with a scandal. On August 14, she published her book Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House. She accuses Trump of inadequate qualifications, racism, misogyny and narcissism.

On August 13, Manigault-Newman stated that she secretly recorded conversations in the White House, in particular, conversations in a situation room where it is forbidden to bring telephones and recording devices.

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