Donald Trump And Melania Sleep ‘In A Separate Bedroom’ When They Travel



Former President Donald Trump and Melania Trump reportedly stay in bedrooms when they but not for the reason you might think amid divorce rumors. 

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A new book about the Former First lady claims that the pair stay in different rooms because her husband wakes up much earlier than she does and starts to watch TV at 5am. The book The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of by Mary Jordan doesn’t say what the former President likes to watch in the early hours of the morning but their style differences are also said to play a role in their need for two rooms. 

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We always welcome everyone to join us at Christ Fellowship in celebrating the resurrection of Jesus. This year, perhaps more than ever, we hope that Jesus’ message of hope and salvation spreads widely and brings joy to all who hear it,” senior pastor Todd Mullins said in a statement. “It is also our privilege, my privilege, today to welcome the president and Mrs. Trump, too,” Mullins reportedly said during the service and the couple was greeted with a cheer. 

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The Trumps relocated to the 74-year-old’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida after President Joe Biden took office on January 20. Not only are the Trumps sleeping in different rooms, but Melania reportedly wants to work outside Mar-a-Lago too as she continues her Be Best campaign. 

“Melania’s wish for a separate office could well be preparatory steps for explaining to that she’d like to separate — she might be seeking to set up a role for herself that builds on the work she did as First Lady,” family mediator Louisa Whitney told the Daily Star

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“She might also want to be setting up an identity for herself in her own right. It can be hard I think for anyone separating to establish themselves as just that person rather than part of a couple — especially if their partner was more high profile, more outgoing or better known than them.”

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