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Book reveals - After election victory: Melania Trump's prenuptial agreement has been renegotiated

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It took a full six months before she followed Donald Trump (74) after his election. To stay first in NY, cost of a conservative estimate by the NY police Department, according to the 125 000 United States dollars per day, in view of the necessary security measures, reported the Washington Post on Saturday.

Stephanie Grisham, a spokeswoman for Mrs. Trump, said the book was based on inaccurate information. This book belongs to the genre of fiction.

Mary Jordan, author of the book "The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump" wrote that the 2016 campaign had been rife with reports about Trump's alleged infidelities and the first lady was learning new details about them from media reports.

But there was something else going on as well.

Ivanka Trump, in an abortive bid for power in the early days of her father's presidency, sought to rename the First Lady's office in the White House, the "First Family's office", but Melania Trump blocked the move. She traces the life of Melania Trump on nearly 300 pages and comes to the conclusion that she is "more like her husband", as the "Washington Post" quotes in a preliminary report from the book.

Jordan writes: "She wanted proof in writing that when it came to financial opportunities and inheritance, Barron would be treated as more of an equal to Trump's oldest three children".

The Art of Her Deal will be released on Tuesday. Melania is President Trump's third wife; the former real estate mogul and "Apprentice" host was previously married to Ivana Trump and Marla Maples before marrying Melania in 2005.

Now a reason should be found: At the time, Melania had initially negotiated a new marriage contract. Melania was walking runways by age 7, modeling clothes her mother made, and sat for a photo shoot at 16.

At the time it was said this was to allow Barron to finish his school year without interruption.

Some of the reporting in Jordan's book echoes a biography a year ago of the first lady by CNN White House reporter Kate Bennett. The White House denounced the book after it became public on Friday.

"Melania is not the helpless victim so many people seem desperate to believe she is", she wrote.

The reporting goes back to Melania's childhood in a small town in Slovenia, then part of Communist Yugoslavia, where her mother was a patternmaker in a children's clothing factory and her father, who joined the Communist Party at one point, was a chauffeur and repaired cars.

According to three people close to Trump, Jordan writes, Melania had finally renegotiated the prenup to her liking.

She is portrayed as a woman who "would seize an opportunity and put great effort into it". She waited months to move into the WH so she could renegotiate her prenup?

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