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Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Ivanka Trump's "Raising Trump" is all set to release next week

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In a new book, Ivana Trump, the United States president's first wife, has some words of praise for her former husband. It has been 25 years of their divorce which was highly publicized at that time.

According to a report by Fox News, Ivana, in her book "Raising Trump" wrote that she wouldn't be surprised if Ivanka ran for the presidency in 15 years. But Hillary Clinton responded by praising Trump's children, calling them "incredibly able and devoted".

"I made a decision to share some stories about every stage of their lives, from infancy through the present, to set the record straight about who they really are", she writes in the excerpt.

At the end of the second presidential debate las year, Hillary Clinton was asked to name one thing she respected about her opponent Donald Trump.

She also said she was offered the post of ambassador to the Czech Republic, her native country, but turned it down because she already has "a ideal life".

Much of the book is chronicled around Ivana's childhood in Europe, her modeling career in NY and Trump's proposal.

And today, she says she's not sure who to blame for the affair "because Donald would get a thousand business cards in the pocket every night".

She said: 'This young blonde woman approached me out of the blue and said "I'm Marla and I love your husband".

In 1990, Trump had an affair with Marla Maples, which led to an infamous New York Post headline: "Best Sex I've Ever Had".

"Raising Trump" is set to be discharged one week from now. Donald Trump Jr., for instance, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee last month after it emerged earlier this year that he had arranged a meeting with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign because he had been promised damaging information on Clinton. "I can only shake my head at how insane [the coverage of the marriage split] was". Do you?' Ivana wrote.

But she and the president have returned to far warmer terms.

Ivana was furious, but this tough lady, who was born and raised behind the Iron Curtain, kept her cool.

She said in a CBS News talk with this week that she was offered the post of represetative to the Czech Republic, her local nation, however turned it down in light of the fact that she as of now has "a flawless life".

When she fist met him he got Ivanka and her friends a table at a top restaurant, paid for the meal, and then brought her back to her hotel in a Cadillac. "First Lady? Holds no appeal for me personally", Ivana adds.

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