Donald Trump’s raring up for the Tuesday Wisconsin primary, and the poll numbers do not look promising for the current GOP frontrunner. Trump’s perpetual flip-flopping on the abortion issue may not fare well in a state that boasts “very” conservative Republicans. Ted Cruz is currently leading with 43% to Trump’s 37%, so some dire repair measures are needed.
When Trump needs a boost, he usually trucks out an associate to sing his praises. This tactic often bears strange fruit in the process. Trump’s butler has already told The New York Times about the candidate’s hair care habits, and now Donald’s first ex-wife, Ivana, has given a rare interview to The New York Post. Ivana reveals how her previous abuse and rape allegations were made up by lawyers during divorce negotiations. She says many more things, including how she spared the country a Trump presidency back in the 1990s when Ronald Reagan (allegedly) urged Donald to run:
“Probably five years before our divorce, Reagan or somebody brought him a letter and said, ‘You should run for president. So he was thinking about it. But then … there was the divorce, there was the scandal, and American women loved me and hated him. So there was no way that he would go into [politics] at that point.”