There has been some low level sniping about the most anti-immigration presidential candidate in anyone's memory having had two immigrant wives and only one American born wife. Apparently the ratio is going to be evened up.
Trump was almost 29 when he married his first wife, Czech born Ivana, in 1977. Although she was three years younger, Trump was her second husband. By the time she was 43, he lost interest in her and she divorced him in 1992 because he was carrying on with American born model Marla Maples. They married in December 1993, about two months after their son was born. Maples was 30 years old when they married, 17 years younger than Trump.
This marriage to an American born woman lasted only six years, until Maples was 36 in 1999.
Trump didn't remarry until 2005, to another foreign born woman, also from the former Soviet bloc - this time to another model, Melania Knauss, from Slovenia. She was 23 years younger than Trump. Eleven years later and they are still married.
But Trump's supporters, contrasting his love for immigrant woman to his anti-immigrant campaign rhetoric, have begun to question whether Trump really walks his talk.
Pressure increased with the December release of Michael Moore's latest film Where To Invade Next?, which included a section on Slovenia's free college education for all students, including Americans. Moore interviewed students at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, where education is free*.
Given that one of Bernie Sanders' key proposals is free public university education for all, it's particularly galling to Trump's supporters that Trump's wife actually attended the University of Ljubljana (and knows how to pronounce it), the very university Moore featured in what Trump fans see as an American hating film.
Knauss is also pushing 36 now, and pundits are speculating it is time to switch to a younger, American-born wife, with whom Trump's supporters would be much more comfortable in the White House. I wasn't able to track down any information on the mystery lady.
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*I met a Slovenian in Anchorage this week and I mentioned the free college education featured in the movie. He made a face and said, "You get what you pay for."