Donald And Melania Trump's Bizarre Nightly Routine: The Two Have Separate Bedrooms

Date November 28, 2018

Donald and Melania Trump have always been under heavy scrutiny, and many people have noticed that there was something awkward about their relationship. Now, the world keeps discussing excerpts from the scandalous book of American journalist Michael Wolff, Fire and Fury. According to the author, he wrote it based on more than 200 interviews and private conversations that he had personally with Trump’s closest associates.

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Relationship with the First Lady

The book contains more than just political sensations. There are chapters dedicated to the private life of the 45th US president and his family members, and they are no less scandalous. It seems that the Trumps have quite a perplexing marriage.


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As Wolff says, Donald and Melania are the first presidential couple since John and Jackie Kennedy to have separate bedrooms. Leading separate lives is more proof that the president's third marriage is different behind closed doors. The author writes:

He and Melania spent relatively little time together. They could go days at a time without contact, even when they were both in Trump Tower.

The book says that prior to her husband's victory in November 2016, Melania often did not know where Donald was and whom he met with. She was also not interested in his business empire. The author writes

Her husband moved between residences as he would move between rooms.


What about their son?

And Donald practically did not take part in the upbringing of their son, Barron. This way of family life seemed to suit both spouses. But Donald Trump's unexpected victory changed everything.

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The First Lady wanted to focus on raising her son, and it is no secret that she delayed moving to Washington to take care of Barron.

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Donald’s reaction

Of course, it didn’t take long for the president to strike back. On January 5, the day the book was published, Trump took to Twitter to defend himself and deny everything written in it by saying that he never spoke to Wolff and that the text only contains lies, half-truths, and non-existent sources.

Attempts by the president’s lawyers to prevent the publication of the book had the opposite effect. In fact, Fire and Fury appeared in American stores even earlier and immediately became a bestseller, with hundreds of people lining up to buy it at some locations.

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