Donald Trump and former First Lady Melania’s current marital predicament stems from their use of their 17-year-old son Barron as a “political pawn,” resulting in divergent views on the extent of their child’s participation in public affairs.
The former president, who is presently facing a substantial number of indictments, is in conflict with his 18-year-old spouse. This disagreement arose after he involved their only child in his political campaign.
Melania Trump, according to an exclusive report by RadarOnline.com, is experiencing intense fury over a social media post by her husband, former President Donald Trump, in which he shared a photograph of their rarely-seen teenager. This action was performed with the intent to undermine Joe Biden’s presidency.
In an effort to level the playing field, Barron Trump will debate Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/q8HEtKb02B
— Lady Liberty (@LadyLibTerri) May 28, 2023
Donald believes that it is now time for his son to accept his inheritance and actively participate in his public affairs, similar to his older siblings.
Donald Trump’s four additional children, Donald Trump Jr., age 45, Ivanka, age 41, Eric Trump, age 39, and Tiffany Trump, age 29, have always provided unwavering support.
“Despite Melania’s wishes, he has always believed that Barron would follow in the footsteps of Don Jr., Ivanka, Eric, and Tiffany,” a family source told RadarOnline.com.
“But Melania has again made it very clear that’s only going to happen over her dead body.”
“Melania has been incredibly protective of Barron and has told Donald she would not stand for him to be exploited by anyone, even his father!” a source said, according to Radar Online.
“He made a promise to protect their son — and he broke it. There’s a good chance she won’t forgive him, and the next time we see them together may be in divorce court.”
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
According to sources, Melania is reportedly experiencing significant distress as a result of the increasing number of criminal investigations targeting her husband. Furthermore, she perceives her husband’s decision to involve their son, Barron, as a personal betrayal that she finds difficult to forgive. CONTINUE READING…