Ivanka Trump's "Raising Trump" is all set to release next week

Ivana and Donald Trump at a party in the early 1980s
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U.S. President Donald Trump's ex-wife Ivana says she still talks to him once a week.

Ivana said she has been offered a position of ambassador to her native Czech Republic, but she has no plans to accept the position.

According to a report by Fox News, Ivana, in her book "Raising Trump" wrote that she wouldn't be surprised if Ivanka ran for the presidency in 15 years.

Ivana and Donald Trump relax in the living room of their Manhattan apartment on March 12, 1979. So I'm not sure if she was.

Now she has written a book called "Raising Trump" in which she details Donald's affair with Marla Maples, who he ended up marrying in 1993. Voters looked at her and thought, I like her. "I have a ideal life", she added. In another recent interview, Maples wished, "If [Ivana is] holding any kind of resentment toward me, I really hope, for her sake, that she can forgive me", but Trump fired back, "For my sake?"

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"My instincts told me that Donald was smart and amusing", Ivana Trump writes. "The first lady, OK", she said laughing. Do you?' I said 'Get lost.

'But I like my freedom.


In explaining the difference between Maples and Melania Trump, Ivana said: 'One is nobody. And I can afford my lifestyle, ' she explained.

Trump had put out the idea herself during the campaign - when she notably backed her ex and said nice things about him during his run.

"I can only shake my head at how it insane it was", she writes. "She's a showgirl. Never achieve anything in her life". "He asks me about, 'Should I tweet?" "But I like my freedom. why would I go and say bye-bye to Miami in the winter, bye-bye to Saint-Tropez in the summer, and bye-by to spring and fall in NY?"

She said: 'This young blonde woman approached me out of the blue and said "I'm Marla and I love your husband".

'It's a new way, a new technology.

Back in March 2017, she took on an official but unpaid role in the White House, and has since pushed for improved family leave plans that she has worked with the president on, and has also spoken out in support of women in business. "And if you want to get your words across rightly, without telling The New York Times, which is going to twist every single word of yours, this is how you get your message out, '" she added in her interview.

Not only Ivana, her children Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Trump Jr. too contributed to the book.

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