Rumors Of Divorce Unfounded As Lovebirds Putin And Trump Renew Vows In Helsinki
Melania not okay with open marriage: “I’ve been sharing him with Ivanka for years. I’m not a selfish person, but I know he loves Putin more than he loves me.”
Recent discussions in Helsinki, Finland between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin purportedly concerned Russian interference in US elections, as well as Syrian policy and other international issues. But the real highlight of the summit was the renewal of vows between the two presidents, who chose to publicly recommit their devotion to each other.
Acknowledging that the high-profile marriage has had its rocky moments, Trump was candid with reporters, admitting that while “Our relationship has never been worse…that changed as of about 4 hours ago.” President Putin is often away for weeks or even months, with his hands full managing not only Russia, but Russian interests in Eastern Europe, as well as Syria. President Trump has also been left with a lot of free time on his hands since handing over day-to-day management of the United States to Russian oligarchs and their Republican interns, and there is speculation that the frequent trips to golf courses like Mar-a-Lago were really just cover for the overwhelming loneliness Trump felt.
Clearly, the vow renewal was just what the doctor ordered for this power couple. “I think we have all been foolish,” Trump gushed. “We should have had this dialogue a long time ago, a long time, frankly, before I got to office. I think we are all to blame.” President Putin, for his part, was quick to reassure his insecure partner that he would continue to support and stand by him.
Melania Trump, meanwhile, is devastated, but holding up bravely. It was painfully clear from her facial expression upon meeting Putin face to face that she is not wholly reconciled to the deepening devotion between her husband and the Russian leader. Since the summit she has attempted to move forward in her daily life, despite being excluded from the ‘private session’ where the only people allowed were the two presidents and an interpreter.
US Democrats have called for subpoenaing the interpreter who was the only witness in the private session, but Republicans have blocked this move, citing the need for everyone in love to keep the right of privacy in the boudoir. Trump, in the meantime, is already looking forward to the next summit, when he hopes to spend even more time with Daddy Vladdy.
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