Donald Trump has been in the news a lot lately. And I mean A LOT. People know everything about him, from his policies to his favorite bands. But what people know less about are his children. Sure, you have probably heard of his daughter Ivanka or his son Eric, both of whom have been to many of his rallies. However, he has three other children! Their names are Barron, Tiffany, and Donald Jr.
Mr. Trump, however, did not have all of his kids with one wife. He actually had two prior wives before his current wife, Melania. He married Ivana Trump in 1977 and had Ivanka, Eric and Donald Jr. with her. They got divorced in 1992. Then, only one year later, Donald got married to his second wife, Marla Maples. They only had Tiffany together and got divorced in 1999. Trump was single for six years after that marriage until he married his current wife, Melania. Melania also only has one child with Mr. Trump: Barron. All of the Trump children have been very successful, attending top universities and becoming well-rounded individuals. But there are some facts that aren’t widely known that we will be covering in this article. So, grab a bottle of Trump Wine, a strip of Trump Steak, and any other Trump paraphernalia you can get your hands on and enjoy learning about the private lives of Donald Trump’s children.
10 Trump's Two Oldest Sons Love Hunting Big Game
9 Eric Trump Didn't Go To University Of Pennsylvania Like His Other Siblings
8 None Of Trump's Children Smoke Or Do Any Drugs
7 Donald's Son Barron Has His Own Floor In Trump Tower
6 Ivanka Trump Was Featured In A Documentary About Rich Kids When She Was 21
5 Donald's Youngest Daughter Tiffany Travels At Her Father's Expense
4 Eric Trump Is Married To A Supermodel And Has 2 Huge Houses
3 Ivanka Trump Converted To Judaism When She Married Jared Kushner In 2009
2 Donald Did Not Spend A Lot Of Time With His Daughter Tiffany When She Was Young
1 Eric Trump Didn't Vote For His Father In The New York Primary!
Eric Trump is a huge Trump supporter, probably the biggest supporter out of all of Donald’s children. He attends a large amount of his father's political rallies and has appeared on television for multiple interviews about his father. However, because of New York State’s strict primary registration process, he was not able to register in time, and hence was not able to submit a ballot for his father. Despite his son not voting, Trump still won the New York primary by 60%.
Sources: dailymail.co.uk, washingtontimes.com, starpulse.com, abcnews.go.com
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