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Melania ‘bitter’ towards Donald Trump and barely spending time with him at Mar-a-Lago

Former US First Lady Melania Trump has been “bitter and chilly” toward her shamed husband – and barely spends any time with him after leaving the White House, it is claimed.

The couple reportedly spend most of their days apart at Donald’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida as rumours continue to swirl that they are close to divorce.

The sulky ex-President snubbed his successor’s inauguration to fly away to Florida, and is aiming to settle down at his resort, to the annoyance of neighbours.

An insider claimed that while Donald spends most of his days on the golf course, Melania is relaxing with extensive pampering sessions.



Reports claim the Trumps are on the brink of divorce after 16 years of marriage

She is said to be annoyed at all the favourable coverage Dr Jill Biden, wife of the current President, is getting.

But there are signs that she may be launching new projects.

Last night a new Twitter account emerged named Office of Melania Trump, announcing: “Mrs. Melania Trump is announcing the opening of The Office of Melania Trump. Please follow this account for news and updates.”

It is currently unclear what her work will focus on.



Former U.S. President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort
The Trumps jetted off to Mar-a-Lago to sulk instead of attending Joe Biden’s inauguration

Describing her daily routine, an insider told CNN: “She goes to the spa, has lunch, goes to the spa (again) and has dinner with Donald on the patio.

“Rinse and repeat. Every day.”

A former White House official told CNN Melania, who shares a 14-year-old son, Barron, with Donald, has been “bitter and chilly” towards her husband for some time.

But while onlookers have speculated for months that Melania is “totally done” with her husband, the couple celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary days after leaving Washington.

Donald is currently being tried in the US Senate for inciting an insurrection after fanatics launched a sickening siege on the Capitol last month.

He could be barred from standing from public office in the future – which would scupper his ominous warning to return to politics “in some form”.



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