Off The Radar! Donald Trump's Lookalike Younger Brother Robert Prefers To Keep A Low Profile
November 29, 2018 09:12 By Fabiosa
It's hard to notice the sideway ancestry when the presidential family is soaking all the limelight. Some of the Trump ménages are quite prominent, but it doesn't make the rest any less interesting.
The oldest of Fred Trump and Mary Anne's children is Maryanne Trump Barry, an 81-year-old federal judge. The most talked about sibling is probably Fred Jr., who died at 43 from alcohol complications in 1981. He was the eldest son had to inherit all the fortune, but he didn't have any interest in real estate, and the business throne was passed on to Donald. Next in line comes Elizabeth Trump Grau, 76, and not much is known about her.
The only close contender to Mr. President is his lookalike younger brother Robert, 70. He followed him into the family ventures and had risen to secure a top executive seat at The Trump Organization. But why haven't we heard of him lately?
Keeping a low profile after a scandal
Unlike his Big B, he doesn't fish for any publicity; flamboyance just doesn't seem quite exciting to him. However, he might have learned to lay low, the hard way. The paparazzi had radically exploited his high-profile divorce from the socialite Blaine Trump in October 2007. The couple was together for more than 24 years.
There was also a mistress involved that Robert had settled on Long Island with him. His marriage to Blaine had no prenup, as well. That made the perfect recipe for the media gossips on the front page.
Where is he now? These days, Robert Trump lives in the Hudson Valley, Millbrook, New York City, as a retired man. There he leads a relatively hidebound, but presumably exquisite, life with his now-not-so-secret partner and former assistant secretary, Ann Marie Pallan.
He supports his big brother
In 2016, when Donald Trump ran for the presidency, Robert had reportedly supported him. It is apparent from the following statement that he sides with him in all political agendas. After all, what brothers are for! He told Page Six during the previous election:
I support Donald one thousand percent. I think he’s doing a great job. I think he’s got a great message.
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