Trump tried to weaken NATO by pulling the US out. Trump had to be reelected so he could allow Putin to do what he wants in Europe. Trump would send troops to the border, and to Oregon. Putin would roll over Ukraine, and all the other Nations would give up. Would Trump be given castles in Czech Republic where his first wife was born – and his kids? Would Ivanka be crowned a princess? Ivana and Ivanka mean – JOHN…..JOHN-JOHN-JOHN……John Mary.
As part of Eastman’s plan, according to the documents, Trump repeatedly pushed Pence to “exercise unilateral authority illegally, as presiding officer of the Joint Session of Congress, to refuse to count electoral votes.”
“In service of this effort, he and Plaintiff met with the Vice President and his staff several times to advocate that he unilaterally reject and refuse to count or prevent the counting of certified electoral votes, and both also engaged in a public campaign to pressure the Vice President,” the committee documents state.
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Not to be confused with her daughter, Ivanka Trump.
|Trump in 2007|
|Born||Ivana Marie Zelníčková|
February 20, 1949 (age 73)
Gottwaldov, Moravia, Czechoslovakia
(now Zlín, Czech Republic)
|Alma mater||Charles University|
|Notable work||Raising Trump, 2017|
|Television||Ivana Young Man, 2006|
|Spouse(s)||Alfred Winklmayr(m.1971; div.1973)Donald Trump(m.1977; div.1992)Riccardo Mazzucchelli(m.1995; div.1997)Rossano Rubicondi(m.2008; div.2009)|
|Partner(s)||Roffredo Gaetani (1997–2005; his death)|
|Children||Donald Trump Jr.Ivanka TrumpEric Trump|
Ivana Marie Trump (née Zelníčková, Czech: [ˈzɛlɲiːtʃkovaː]; born February 20, 1949) is a Czech-American businesswoman, media personality, fashion designer, author, and former model. She lived in Canada in the 1970s before migrating to the United States, where she married Donald Trump in 1977. She held key managerial positions in The Trump Organization as vice president of interior design, as CEO and president of Trump’s Castle casino resort, and as manager of the Plaza Hotel.
Ivana’s divorce from Donald Trump, finalized in 1992, was the subject of extensive media coverage in the 1990s. Following the divorce, she developed her own lines of clothing, fashion jewelry, and beauty products which were sold on QVC London and the Home Shopping Network. Ivana wrote an advice column for Globe called “Ask Ivana” from 1995 through 2010 and has published several books including works of fiction, self-help, and an autobiography.
- 1Early life and education
- 2Immigration to Canada
- 3Marriage to Donald Trump
- 5Media appearances
- 6Personal life
- 8External links
Early life and education
Ivana Zelníčková was born on February 20, 1949, in the Moravian city of Zlín (known between 1949 and 1990 as Gottwaldov), Czechoslovakia, the daughter of Miloš Zelníček (1927–1990) and Marie Zelníčková (née Francová; born c. 1926). Her father was an electrical engineer and her mother worked as a telephone operator. Her father encouraged her skiing talent, a practice she began at age four. After developing skills as a skier, she joined the junior national ski team, which offered her opportunities to travel beyond the Soviet-era communist boundaries of what was then the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic. She attended Charles University in Prague and earned a master’s degree in physical education in 1972.
Accounts differ as to Trump’s history of skiing competitively. It was reported that she was selected as an alternate on the Czechoslovak ski team during the 1972 Winter Olympics, specializing in downhill and slalom. However, in 1989, Petr Pomezný, Secretary General of the Czechoslovak Olympic Committee, refuted the claim and stated that despite searching extensively, no record could be found of her involvement.