Melania Trump, former President Donald Trump’s wife, often eats alone at a “roped-off” table in the middle of a Mar-a-Lago patio dining room when she is there. A forthcoming book by Michael Wolff says
Trumps “are somewhat compared to zoo animals.” That’s wrong. They are like a newly married couple: every night is a wedding at which they spend their dinner greeting friends and wellwishers,” Wolff writes in excerpt of the book “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency” published by The Times of London. They behave like newlyweds: each night is a wedding, at which they greet friends and wellwishers.” Wolff wrote in an excerpt from the book “Landslide” published on The Times of London.
Trump, who has been living at his Florida club since leaving the White House in 2016, has received support from GOP senators as well as members of Congress. Wolff writes that Trump eats most of his dinner on the patio and appears as full as it is, at which point everyone applauds.
However, the book questions whether Melania Trump also lives there.
Wolff wrote that for four years she spent in the White House. It was not clear how long she spent there or at a Maryland house where her parents had settled. “Aides were careful not openly question or inquire. It was also unclear in Mar-a-Lago.
Melania Trump now has her own official office but she’s stayed out of the limelight.
“She’s not a presence at Mar-a-Lago at all. She’s not mingling with people and rarely interacts with her husband’s staff,” a person close to the couple