February 18, 2024

Melania And Ivanka Trump Could Save Donald Trump's Businesses

There's no question about it now.

Donald Trump's family is being dragged into his legal, business, and political problems.

That much has been made very clear very recently with the massive fines that Donald Trump has been assessed.

By attacking Trump's family fortune, you are attacking not only his current family, but future Trump generations.

The judge in Trump's New York civil fraud case wasn't even satisfied to only go after Donald, as two of our former president's sons were also fined millions of dollars by Arthur Engoron.

Now, other members of the Trump family might be dragged in as well.

Former First Lady Melania Trump and her stepdaughter Ivanka Trump are names that come to mind.

Newsweek is reporting that while there were plenty of people banned from running Donald Trump's businesses, Melania and/or Ivanka's names were not on the list.

"Engoron's order prevents Trump and his sons from serving as officers or directors in New York, but they can still be shareholders," said Neama Rahmani, president of West Coast Trial Lawyers. "That means they can own the companies, but they can't run them."

Melania and Ivanka's names were not part of the final judgement, so they could theoretically be free to pick up the slack.

"Ivanka was originally part of the case, but was dismissed, so there are no limitations on what she can do," Rahmani said.

The question now becomes how interested would either of these women be in running his companies?

Both have taken a step back out of the public light recently.

Ivanka's own husband said she is focused on her new life in Florida, and Melania has barely been seen in public since the death of her mother a few months ago.

Do you think that Melania might be enjoying her peace and quiet too much to start running businesses right now, or will she be willing to do whatever it takes to support Donald's goals?

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