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    Ivana Trump, (73) an ex-wife of former President Trump, dies

    Ivana Trump, a longtime businessperson and an ex-wife of Donald Trump, has died in her home in New York City, the former President posted on Truth Social.

    There was no word on a cause. Ivana Trump is the mother of Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric Trump. She was 73.

    ?I am very saddened to inform all of those that loved her, of which there are many, that Ivana Trump has passed away at her home in New York City. She was a wonderful, beautiful, and amazing woman, who led a great and inspirational life. Her pride and joy were her three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric. She was so proud of them, as we were all so proud of her. Rest In Peace, Ivana!? Donald Trump posted.

    Eric Trump also posted on Instagram, saying in part that his mother was ?a force in business, a world-class athlete, a radiant beauty, and caring mother and friend.?

    Raised in communist Czechoslovakia, Ivana Trump partnered with Donald Trump on some of his most prominent real estate projects. The two divorced in 1992 in the aftermath of his tabloid affair with Marla Maples ? who later became Donald Trump?s second wife and mother of their daughter, Tiffany.

    ​​In his book, ?Trump: The Art of the Deal,? Donald Trump referred to Ivana Trump as a ?great manager? and described her as ?demanding and very competitive.? He also put her in charge of running Trump?s Castle in Atlantic City, rather than hiring an outside general manager.

    ?When it comes to running a casino, good management skills are as important as specific gaming experience,? he wrote. ?She proved me right.?

    When the couple finally settled, Ivana walked away with $14 million, in addition to other perks like a massive mansion in Greenwich, Connecticut.

    ?My mother is an exuberant woman, filled with a passion for life and adventure that made it hard for her to stay in one place for long,? Ivanka Trump wrote in her 2009 book, ?The Trump Card.? ?My parents are strikingly similar in that regard. They?ve grown apart, and even when they were together they seemed to be cut in different ways, but they do share an approach to life: all out, all the time.?

    After the divorce, Ivana Trump married and divorced twice more while maintaining a jet-setting, globetrotting lifestyle.

    In 2017, she told ?CBS Sunday Morning? she turned down an offer from Donald Trump to be the ambassador to her native Czech Republic, citing her ?freedom? and ?perfect life.?

    ?I was just offered to be the American ambassador to Czech Republic ? and Donald told me. He said, ?Ivana, if you want it, I give it to you,?? Trump said in the interview. ?But I like my freedom. I like to do what I want to do, go wherever I want to go with whomever I want to go. And I can afford my lifestyle.?

    ?OK, why would I go and say bye-bye to Miami in the winter, bye-bye to Saint-Tropez in the summer and bye-bye to spring and fall in New York?? she continued. ?I have a perfect life.?

    This story has been updated with additional details Thursday.
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    Was she sick? I thought I saw a pic of her out recently and she looked fine.

    Ok I found this
    The family did not say when she died or give a cause of death. However, two law enforcement officials with knowledge of the situation told the New York Times that New York City police were investigating whether Trump had fallen down the stairs at her townhouse. One of them said the death appeared to be accidental.
    She fell down the stairs
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    Too bad, she didn't take Donald and her spawns with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiebla View Post
    Was she sick? I thought I saw a pic of her out recently and she looked fine.

    Ok I found this

    She fell down the stairs
    Fuck her. She's just another of his money grabbing hoes that helped him build the mindset that he could do anything he wanted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Fuck her. She's just another of his money grabbing hoes that helped him build the mindset that he could do anything he wanted.
    She did suck, I was commenting on how she died. My mom heard about this and freaked out, she wants to move sooner.

    My physical therapist is like 25 and lives in a ranch. She refuses to live anywhere with stairs because they can cause injuries. You would think at 25 she wouldnt be worried about that. But she sees it every day, so I take her word for it. Ive injured my knee and hurt my ankle badly on the stairs.

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    Ivana Trump's grave on first hole of Donald's golf course

    vana Trump?s final resting place has been pictured for the first time, a week after she was buried next to the first hole at her was ex-husband's tony Bedminster Golf Club. The New York socialite has had her grave marked with a discreet black glossy memorial and white flowers in a private grassy area in the Trump family plot at the club in New Jersey .

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
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    Ivana Trump's grave on first hole of Donald's golf course



    I'm not convinced that he didn't bury her at the "First Hole" as a sexist insult. Seriously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Babe 73 View Post
    I'm not convinced that he didn't bury her at the "First Hole" as a sexist insult. Seriously.
    I didn't think of that, but I wouldn't doubt it. I just don't understand anything this family does.

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    So they all plan on being buried on a golf course? Why?

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    Ivanka, Don Jr. and Eric Trump 'disgrace' themselves with mom's 'sad' golf course grave, expert says

    Amid reports that Donald Trump possibly gained tax benefits by burying his ex-wife, Ivana Trump, near the first hole of his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, people online are raising questions about whether her children approved of their mother's "sad" and "miserly" final resting place.

    "I couldn't believe her three kids — whom she apparently loved & who loved her — would allow their father to treat their mother like this," tweeted Brooke Harrington, a professor of sociology at Dartmouth college in New Hampshire. Harrington looked into claims over the weekend that the former president was using his first-wife's burial location as a way to benefit his tax planning.

    "Burying Ivana in little more than a pauper's grave disgraces them all," Harrington added in a Twitter thread Saturday.

    Doubt there is a new low? This is the miserly grave of Ivana Trump, also known as a tax break for her ex-husband. pic.twitter.com/Tozbyp33LY

    — Steven Beschloss (@StevenBeschloss) July 31, 2022

    Harrington has written a book and a New York Times article about how Trump and other ultra-rich Americans exploit U.S. tax laws to get away with paying as little tax as possible. She said the final resting place for Ivana Trump, who died at age 73 after a fall in her New York City home, appears to constitute "a trifecta of tax avoidance."

    As a tax researcher, I was skeptical of rumors Trump buried his ex-wife in that sad little plot of dirt on his Bedminster, NJ golf course just for tax breaks.

    So I checked the NJ tax code & folks...it's a trifecta of tax avoidance. Property, income & sales tax, all eliminated. pic.twitter.com/VDZBlDyuhQ

    — Brooke Harrington (@EBHarrington) July 31, 2022

    This conclusion, according to Harrington and a report in The Guardian, is based on New Jersey's tax code, which exempts all cemetery land from all taxes, rates, and assessments.

    The tax code doesn't stipulate a minimum number of human remains for the tax breaks to kick in, so it "looks like one corpse will suffice to make at least three forms of tax to vanish," added Harrington, who also tweeted the full New Jersey tax code for cemetery land.

    Ivana Trump's grave potentially has tax implications for a Trump family trust that owns the golf course, The Guardian said.

    Speculation about the tax benefits of Ivana Trump's burial spot emerged last week when the New York Post published photos of her freshly dug grave in a patch of dirt and grass near the first hole. The sad-looking grave for the one-time queen of glitzy 1980s Manhattan high society is only marked by a simple plaque that bears her name and her dates of birth and death.
    Ivana Trump is the first person known to be buried at Bedminster, where Trump and his family spend time each summer, but previous reports say that the former real estate mogul-turned-Republican leader has long proposed ideas to launch different types of cemetery operations in or near his golf course.

    Documents published by ProPublica show that the Trump family trust previously sought to designate a nearby property in Hackettstown, New Jersey, as a non-profit cemetery company. Back in 2012, Trump also was looking to build a cemetery with about 500 grave sites at Bedminster that would be open to any member of his golf club, NPR reported. Members of the golf club pay about $150,000 to join the golf club and an additional $20,000 in annual dues. Trump also wanted to build a chapel and large, ornate mausoleum for himself in the middle of the golf course, but that proposal was rejected by local officials.

    More recently, the Trump Organization has proposed building a pair of graveyards at his golf course, the Washington Post reported in 2017. One would have 294 lots for sale to the public. The idea is that buyers, presumably avid golfers, "could pay for a kind of eternal membership" to the club, the Washington Post said.

    The other gravesite would hold about 10 plots overlooking the first hole, which would be intended for Trump and his family. The Washington Post said in 2017 that the Trump Organization had received approval from local officials to go ahead with its cemetery plans.

    While Trump was in the White House, it was up to Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump to decide whether to proceed. Construction has yet to begin on either one.

    Perhaps Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka Trump saw an opportunity off sorts in their mother's death to begin creating the small family plot near the first hole.

    Harrington and others online said that it would be unusual for Donald Trump, who divorced Ivana Trump in 1990, to have a legal say over where his first wife would be buried. So that would leave it to her survivors, who include her three children, to make the final decision.

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    Ivanka, Don Jr. and Eric Trump 'disgrace' themselves with mom's 'sad' golf course grave, expert says

    Amid reports that Donald Trump possibly gained tax benefits by burying his ex-wife, Ivana Trump, near the first hole of his Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, people online are raising questions about whether her children approved of their mother's "sad" and "miserly" final resting place.

    "I couldn't believe her three kids ? whom she apparently loved & who loved her ? would allow their father to treat their mother like this," tweeted Brooke Harrington, a professor of sociology at Dartmouth college in New Hampshire. Harrington looked into claims over the weekend that the former president was using his first-wife's burial location as a way to benefit his tax planning.

    "Burying Ivana in little more than a pauper's grave disgraces them all," Harrington added in a Twitter thread Saturday.

    Doubt there is a new low? This is the miserly grave of Ivana Trump, also known as a tax break for her ex-husband. pic.twitter.com/Tozbyp33LY

    ? Steven Beschloss (@StevenBeschloss) July 31, 2022

    Harrington has written a book and a New York Times article about how Trump and other ultra-rich Americans exploit U.S. tax laws to get away with paying as little tax as possible. She said the final resting place for Ivana Trump, who died at age 73 after a fall in her New York City home, appears to constitute "a trifecta of tax avoidance."

    As a tax researcher, I was skeptical of rumors Trump buried his ex-wife in that sad little plot of dirt on his Bedminster, NJ golf course just for tax breaks.

    So I checked the NJ tax code & folks...it's a trifecta of tax avoidance. Property, income & sales tax, all eliminated. pic.twitter.com/VDZBlDyuhQ

    ? Brooke Harrington (@EBHarrington) July 31, 2022

    This conclusion, according to Harrington and a report in The Guardian, is based on New Jersey's tax code, which exempts all cemetery land from all taxes, rates, and assessments.

    The tax code doesn't stipulate a minimum number of human remains for the tax breaks to kick in, so it "looks like one corpse will suffice to make at least three forms of tax to vanish," added Harrington, who also tweeted the full New Jersey tax code for cemetery land.

    Ivana Trump's grave potentially has tax implications for a Trump family trust that owns the golf course, The Guardian said.

    Speculation about the tax benefits of Ivana Trump's burial spot emerged last week when the New York Post published photos of her freshly dug grave in a patch of dirt and grass near the first hole. The sad-looking grave for the one-time queen of glitzy 1980s Manhattan high society is only marked by a simple plaque that bears her name and her dates of birth and death.
    Ivana Trump is the first person known to be buried at Bedminster, where Trump and his family spend time each summer, but previous reports say that the former real estate mogul-turned-Republican leader has long proposed ideas to launch different types of cemetery operations in or near his golf course.

    Documents published by ProPublica show that the Trump family trust previously sought to designate a nearby property in Hackettstown, New Jersey, as a non-profit cemetery company. Back in 2012, Trump also was looking to build a cemetery with about 500 grave sites at Bedminster that would be open to any member of his golf club, NPR reported. Members of the golf club pay about $150,000 to join the golf club and an additional $20,000 in annual dues. Trump also wanted to build a chapel and large, ornate mausoleum for himself in the middle of the golf course, but that proposal was rejected by local officials.

    More recently, the Trump Organization has proposed building a pair of graveyards at his golf course, the Washington Post reported in 2017. One would have 294 lots for sale to the public. The idea is that buyers, presumably avid golfers, "could pay for a kind of eternal membership" to the club, the Washington Post said.

    The other gravesite would hold about 10 plots overlooking the first hole, which would be intended for Trump and his family. The Washington Post said in 2017 that the Trump Organization had received approval from local officials to go ahead with its cemetery plans.

    While Trump was in the White House, it was up to Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump to decide whether to proceed. Construction has yet to begin on either one.

    Perhaps Donald Jr., Eric and Ivanka Trump saw an opportunity off sorts in their mother's death to begin creating the small family plot near the first hole.

    Harrington and others online said that it would be unusual for Donald Trump, who divorced Ivana Trump in 1990, to have a legal say over where his first wife would be buried. So that would leave it to her survivors, who include her three children, to make the final decision.

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    He is a POS. I don't normally say I hate someone, but I hate him.

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    I hope she haunts the shit out of him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    I hope she haunts the shit out of him.

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    That's the saddest grave I've seen in a while.

    I dislike this entire family. I just wish they would all go away.

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    Throw the entire family in to the dumpster.
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