Former President Donald Trump’s business rescue plan, which included placing his businesses under the leadership of former First Lady Melania Trump, seems to be unlikely to move forward, according to a new report. Many insiders claim that Melania’s main focus is on providing for her and Donald’s son, Barron Trump. It is believed that her recent renegotiation of her prenuptial agreement suggests she is separating herself from Donald. Taking over his businesses may not be an option for her.
Melania’s former chief of staff Stephanie Grisham expressed doubt about Melania taking on such a significant responsibility unless she was guaranteed major control or power. She speculated that Melania might consider it for Barron’s sake, but only if there were no financial risks involved. It seems that Melania prioritizes protecting her wealth and avoiding potential tax liabilities.
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According to author Mary Jordan, Melania spent the first few months of Trump’s presidency renegotiating their prenuptial agreement. As Trump faces legal challenges and remains the leading contender for the 2024 Republican nomination, it is suggested that Melania may need to revise the terms of their agreement once again. The focus of the updated agreement was reportedly a trust fund for Barron, but some outsiders speculate that there may be more to it than meets the eye.
While it is unlikely that Melania will take over Trump’s businesses, it is worth noting that Trump previously handed over leadership to his son during his presidency. With the potential of Trump returning to the White House in 2024, the main concern regarding his business would likely be his role as the President and any conflicts of interest that may arise.
In conclusion, the report suggests that Melania Trump is unlikely to take over Donald Trump’s businesses as part of a rescue plan. Her focus on her son and concerns about financial risks seem to take precedence. However, with Trump’s potential return to the White House, the focus may shift to his role as the President and any possible conflicts of interest. It remains to be seen how Donald Trump will navigate his business ventures if he succeeds in his bid for the 2024 Republican nomination.