A new book about the life of the First Lady, Melania Trump, promises to reveal some of the dirtiest secrets hidden by the 49-year-old man.
CNN reporter Kate Bennett is the author of the new unauthorized biography and chose Free, Melania in great resemblance to the slogan "Free Melania,quot; that was often repeated on social networks.
In her recent work, the journalist says that the relationship between the controversial 73-year-old president and his wife is colder than many people would have expected.
According to Bennett, the two not only sleep in separate rooms, but their rooms are also on different floors.
It is said that Melania occupies her own apartment within the grounds of the White House and, more specifically, the rooms that belonged to Marian Robinson, the mother of the former First Lady, Michelle Obama.
Robinson lived in the White House when Barack Obama became president to help with the care of his granddaughters, Malia and Sasha.
Bennett reported: “She forged her own space. It is true that the first couple does not share a room, according to several sources, and the first lady prefers her own large and private space in a set of rooms on a separate floor. "
In addition, the book also explains why Melania mysteriously disappeared from the public eye for 20 days in 2018.
According to the official statement, the first lady had to go through a minor and basic procedure that was related to her kidneys.
However, Bennett states that the real reason for Melania's absence was that she had an indefinite growth in the kidney area and, as a result, a dangerous and complicated operation was required.
It is said that Melania's condition was so severe that she even ran the risk of losing a kidney if something went wrong with the medical procedure they did.
Melania is also in the news for hitting Pamela Karlan, who made a joke about her son, Barron.
The former European / American model said: “A younger child deserves privacy and must be kept out of politics. Pamela Karlan, you should be ashamed of your very angry and obviously partial public complacency, and of using a child to do it. "
Karlan, who hopes to see Trump recently accused, joked: "The Constitution says there can be no titles of nobility, so while the President can name his son Barron, he cannot make him a baron."
The wins are good to hit back.