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New Book: Melania Forced Trump To Renegotiate Prenup Agreement Before Moving Into White House

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Following the stunning election of Donald Trump, his wife, Melania Trump remained back in New York City after the inauguration. It was one of many unusual things about a Donald Trump administration: a long-distance first lady.

Trump moved into the White House after the Jan. 20 inauguration. Breaking with tradition, Melania Trump and 10-year-old son Barron plan to remain in New York City. At the time, the White House explained that it was related to the couple’s son’s school year.

While the decision sets Melania Trump apart from other first ladies — both Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton took on the move with school-age children in tow — it seems in character. The former model and naturalized U.S. citizen from Slovenia was an elusive figure in the campaign and had no political experience before her husband’s stunningly successful outsider campaign.

According to a new book, however, there appears to be a more dubious reason for her distancing from her husband.

The book, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning American journalist Mary Jordan, reveals the first lady used her delayed arrival at the White House as leverage to renegotiate her prenuptial agreement with President Donald Trump, reported the Washington Post.

Melania Trump was angry over reports about Trump’s sexual misconduct and extramarital affairs, and she wanted time to cool off and “amend her financial agreement with Trump,” wrote Post reporter Mary Jordan in her new book, “The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump.”

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