The liberal mainstream media is running wild with slanderous accusations about Trump’s marriage.
When Melania Trump renegotiated her prenuptial agreement with her spouse, former US President Donald Trump, it stirred insane speculation of impending divorce and the potential for Melania to play a more prominent role on the 2024 campaign trail. As of October 7, neither scenario has materialized, but now many in the liberal media believe that the revised prenuptial agreement has shed light on a longstanding conspiracy theory surrounding their marriage.
According to She Knows, the most significant revelation within the updated contract was Melania’s substantial payout, irrespective of the circumstances of a potential divorce. However, what truly caught the attention of many was a specific detail buried within the paperwork, further fueling suspicions of their marriage being solely transactional, as numerous conspiracy theories have suggested.
Attorney and former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski asserted that he had foreseen this legal maneuver back in May, as reported by Newsweek via MSN. He remarked, “She renegotiated the prenup back then, ostensibly to continue her association with him and stay committed. But this development underscores the notion that their entire marriage has been transactional in nature. The original prenuptial agreement featured escalator clauses tied to the amount of money she would receive in the event of a divorce, with increments tied to both the duration of their marriage and the addition of children.”
The term “transactional” resonated with many, evoking a theory that has long swirled around Melania and Donald’s relationship—one suggesting that their marriage was driven more by mutual benefit than genuine romantic sentiment.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, author of “Melania and Me,” had previously voiced a similar perspective in 2020 during an interview with the BBC. She explained, “I do believe it’s a transactional marriage. Donald gained a glamorous partner, while Melania experienced two eventful decades. She began as a young model without much success, met Donald, married him, became an American citizen, they had a child, and a decade later, she ascended to the role of the First Lady of the United States.”