Melania TrumpHer time as First Lady was reportedly partially spent meeting with lawyers to discuss matters related to her prenuptial agreements with the former president. donald trump.

According to a new book by Katie Rogers, which sheds light on Melania’s years as First Lady, the 53-year-old barely visited her East Wing office. Due to lack of use, White House advisers decided to convert the place into a “gifting room” for gifts.

Melania Trump renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with Donald

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Stephanie Grisham, a top aide to the First Lady, spoke to Rogers in her upcoming book, “American Woman: The Transformation of the Modern First Lady, from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden,” about her time with Melania.

Grisham claimed that Melania spent most of her time as First Lady in “meetings with teams of lawyers examine her assets and attend to matters related to her. Pre and postnuptial agreements with your husband.“.

Another journalist, a Washington Post reporter, also wrote about the prenup in her biography of Melania, titled “The Art of Their Deal.” She revealed that Melania used her influence as First Lady at the time to renegotiate the deal and protect the interests of her son, Barron.

Jordan wrote, according to daily mail“He wanted written proof that, when it came to financial opportunities and inheritances, Barron would be treated as an equal to Trump’s three oldest children.”

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TO Page six The report previously talked about Melania’s renegotiations, stating that it is “at least the third time Melania has renegotiated the terms of their marriage agreement.” However, her source claimed that the discussions are not because she is planning to leave Trump or go anywhere.

In Jordan’s book, he further wrote that Melania just wanted to make sure Barron’s “rightful share of the estate” was protected.

“According to three people close to Trump, a key reason was that she had finally reached a new and significantly improved financial agreement with Trump, which had left her in a markedly better financial position,” Jordan wrote. “Those sources didn’t know exactly what she was looking for, but it wasn’t just more money.”

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Rogers revealed more details about the prenuptial renegotiation, saying it has been ongoing since the beginning and throughout Trump’s presidency. Grisham told him that Melania had decided to have “separate finances,” which was carefully monitored.

A spokesperson for Melania spoke to Rogers about the prenuptial agreement. They denied renegotiations but confirmed that she met with her lawyer.

“Mrs. Trump had a successful career before meeting her husband and has always had her own businesses and assets. As a consummate professional, she meets frequently with her attorney,” the spokesperson said, according to the daily mail.

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The timing of Melania’s renegotiation was also supposedly due to Trump’s numerous legal battles of late. He was also apparently motivated by his upcoming battle against President Joe Biden for a second presidential term.

A source said page six, “This agreement was necessary due to the current legal battles… (Donald) has suffered.” The source noted at the time that “Trump is still very wealthy, but with mounting bills and legal judgments,” and the renegotiated prenup would ensure a “solid future” for Melania and her son.

“It’s not like (Melania) threatened to leave him,” the source said. “It’s definitely the underlying idea.”

So far, Trump owes hundreds of millions of dollars due to his legal battles. After the trial of E. Jean Carroll, the former president was fined more than $83 million for defamation. In his fraud case brought against him by New York State Attorney General Letitia James, he was fined a hefty $355 million and banned from doing business in New York for the next three years.

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According to author Rogers’ upcoming book, aides could only remember two occasions when Melania walked from the White House’s second-floor residence to her East Wing office: One was in response to a meeting request made by the White House. then-assistant Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, and the other was in response to a meeting request made by then-assistant Stephanie Winston Wolkoff. the other “occurred when she was close to her and wanted to surprise her staff.”

Since Melania supposedly only visited her East Wing office twice, White House aides decided to turn the place into a “gift room” where they could wrap and store gifts because her “desk was the only empty surface large enough.” to assemble gifts.” “

Rogers revealed in her book that among the gifts kept in Melania’s office were First Lady-themed keychains and coins, bowls engraved with the White House, an assortment of pewter plates, robes for guests staying in the Executive Residence , leather desk sets, golf balls, golf towels, glass bookends and glass rattles.

Melania had a penchant for sending gifts to her friends and Trump allies.

By Sam