Could Melania Trump to be 'blacklisted' in NY by Ivana Trump?

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Donald Trump's first wife, Ivana, was being interviewed on television-she's just published a memoir entitled Raising Trump. But Melania Trump was keen to alter the shot when she and President Donald Trump met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Grégoire at The White House yesterday, striking perhaps the most powerful silhouette of the four of them. "She just has to get over it". A dig at Ivana was put in the statement when the spokesperson added that Mrs. Trump is using her role to help children, not market books. "I'm first lady, OK?"

While promoting her new book, "Raising Trump," Ivana Trump, who was married to the president from 1977 to 1992, has sought to take credit for what she sees as the president's strengths, including his Twitter habit. After all, during the 1980s, Nancy Reagan did not have to contend with any claims from Jane Wyman that she was the real "First Lady of the United States".

She later called Melania Trump a "nice girl."

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When Williams asked Ivana Trump about Melania Trump's statement, Ivana Trump said, "I have no idea why she did it, 'cause I never said I'm 'First Lady of America.' Better her than me, frankly, you know".

According to a source talking to Radar Online, Ivana Trump isn't happy about the "harsh" statement and is threatening to "blacklist" Melania in NY society. "There is clearly no substance to this statement from an ex, this is unfortunately only attention-seeking and self-serving noise", spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham said in a statement, hinting at sensitive relations among women who've been married to the president.

Melania Trump's White House team hit back.

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