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Trump’s ex-wife says Donald should go play golf, not be President

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Ivana Trump thinks U.S. President Donald Trump should ‘Just Go And Play Golf’ instead of running for reelection.

In a candid interview on Page Six, Ivanka spoke on the Trump family circle in and out of Washington.

The President’ first wife said she thinks a second term for her ex-husband would be “unnecessary”.

She also said the Stormy Daniels scandal over Trump’s lawyer making a hush payment for an alleged affair felt familiar.

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“Maybe he should just go and play golf and enjoy his fortune,” Ivana Trump said in a candid interview with Page Six about the prospect of her ex-husband running for re-election in 2020.

President Donald Trump’s first wife discussed Trump family life in and out of the White House ahead of the May paperback release for her book, “Raising Trump“, with The New York Post’s gossip section on Saturday.

Ivana said she thinks Trump might miss his freedom and may have underestimated how much is involved in being president, making another term “unnecessary” for the soon-to-be 72-year-old.

Though he lacks political experience, she said “The Donald” (as she calls him) can hold his own through brokering friendships with tough leaders like Russian president Vladimir Putin, who she thinks “is the toughest guy in the world. Really.”

“It’s always better to be politically correct and be friendly,” she continued. “But Donald’s not going to take his crap, that’s for sure.”

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