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The 45th US President Donald Trump, who just lost the crucial 2020 Presidential elections to Democratic challenger Joe Biden, is expected to fall into more trouble after an ex-aide made explosive claims about their divorce. The speculations are believed to be more credible, seeing the indications at several times about their estranged relationship.

Former White House aide and The Apprentice star Omarosa Manigault Newman has made the claims about Solvenian ex-model Melania plans to divorce Donald Trump until he is out of his office and is waiting till the inauguration of newly elected US President Joe Biden.

Newman claimed that she is going to end their 15-years marriage, which she defined as a transactional marriage.

“Melania is counting every minute until he is out of the office and she can divorce. If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he’s in office, he would find a way to punish her,” Newman said.

Newman had resigned in December 2017 following a public failing with Donald Trump.

As per the British tabloid Daily Mail report, the outgoing first lady is allegedly waiting for Trump to concede defeat and leave the White House. However, the close aides of Mr. Trump speculated that he has no plans to concede.

The report has also mentioned the statements given by another close aide, an American fashion and entertainment executive and former senior adviser to Melania, Stephanie Walkoff, who had stated that Mrs. Trump is negotiating a post-nuptial agreement to provide her and her son Barron with an equal and proportionate share of his fortune.

In many awkward incidents handholding gaffes captured by media houses, the speculations confirm their marriage’s indication of being transactional. However, the couple has denied all the allegations.

With this historical victory of Joe Biden, an South Asian American woman Kamala Harris has also made history by becoming the first woman elected as US Vice-President.

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