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The two don’t get to paint the town red very often

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Donald and Melania were married in 2005.

Donald and Melania Trump appear to have a fairly good chance of being America’s next First Couple, as The Donald is currently the Republican frontrunner and seems primed for the nomination. His wife, Melania, has stayed relatively quiet throughout the campaign, but we got to wondering what exactly the power couple does on the rare nights they have to themselves.

There haven’t been many reports of the Trumps painting the town red, but last October they were spotted leaving Ralph Lauren’s exclusive Polo Bar in Manhattan, looking rather glum.

Other than that, Donald and Melania’s date-night activities, if any, have been kept top-secret. But considering the fact that Donald told People, "My life is so busy and so crazy, and I'm away all the time. If I can just stay home and do nothing, it's considered a great luxury," we bet that instead of attracting attention in a city like New York, where the majority of the population most likely isn’t too fond of him these days, on their nights off Donald and Melania choose to hang out in their penthouse on the 66th floor of Trump Tower.


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514


Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

(Getty Images)

Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

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Trump and Melania don't sleep together and are in a very 'strange marriage', claim former housekeepers

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Many hidden truths about President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump's marriage have come forward after a new book on the first lady — 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump' — was released on Tuesday, June 16. The author, Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post journalist Mary Jordan, gathered inside intel on the first couple's 'strange marriage' from their former housekeepers.

Two former employees of the Trump household, both immigrants who previously worked at Trump's New Jersey golf course, told Jordan that while visiting the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, the president and the first lady do not share the same bedroom — a ritual that reports have suggested is also followed in the White House. At the clubhouse, Trump's residence was on the second floor, while Melania and Barron had separate suites on the same floor.

Melania's suite also included a room where she enjoyed massages. Her room was often prepared with candles and music such as the sound of running water and other nature-themed calming numbers. “It’s a strange marriage,” former housekeeper Victorina Morales from Guatemala who worked at the residence from 2013 to 2018 and also personally prepared Melania's massage room, told the author. “I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking. Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don’t interact.”

President Donald Trump disembarks from Marine One with Melania Trump and son Barron (Getty Images)

She added that a typical day for Trump at the Bedminster golf club — which has long been a favorite place for his family to spend a vacation together — would be to spend the day golfing outdoors. After having lunch and dinner at the clubhouse, the POTUS at the time might decide to join his wife and youngest son, Barron. But even then, the three would not be interacting like a close-knit family, asking each other about their day. Instead, Trump would sit on the couch, with his feet up on the coffee table, while the FLOTUS would be immersed in her computer. Barron, on the other hand, would be sitting on the floor, either watching television or playing a video game.

Another former housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said that Melania led an “insulated” life at Bedminster, having almost no friends and choosing to spend her time in the company of her son or her parents Viktor and Amalija Knauss, both of whom became US citizens in 2018. As a result, the ex-worker said that she sometimes seemed “sad” or “burdened". Earlier on, the Trumps and Melania's parents sometimes spent a couple of months during summers at the clubhouse. At the time Melania, her parents, and Barron usually had dinner together and spoke Slovenian, which led Trump to complain that he was being left out of the conversation as he could not understand their language.

Melania was also specific about how she wanted her chambers to be cleaned. Diaz, who is from Costa Rica and who worked at Bedminster from 2010 to 2013, said servants could only enter the mansion after putting on latex gloves and blue cloth shoe covers. Apart from wanting white and pink roses on her table, Melania had instructed the helps “to leave perfect vacuum tracks in her white carpet and not to touch the six cinnamon-scented candles she kept near her computer.”

The housekeepers also recalled the strenuous job of all — cleaning Melania's bathroom as she regularly applied tanning spray before stepping out of the house and maids had to “make sure any traces were removed from the white surfaces in the bathroom.” However, the former housekeepers said that they did not mind working for her “who, despite the language gap and her strict demands, always treated them with more respect.”

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