Ivana Trump Drops BOMBSHELL That Reveals The Truth About Donald And Their Kids (VIDEO)

At a Lifeline event in New York City on Wednesday, Ivana Trump, ex-wife of Presidential nominee Donald Trump, expressed to guests how she raised her three children with little to no help from The Donald.

At the event that benefitted pediatric cancer in Serbia, Ivana Trump spoke about the compliments given to her on the poise of her children, Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. stating:

“I brought up the children single-handedly.”

Though Donald Jr. has repeatedly been scrutinized for his insane comments on plagiarism and refugees, the three children have played a huge part in Trump’s campaign for President. It is very evident when watching Trump with his children, that there is a high level of discomfort which probably stems from his lack of input in their lives growing up.

When speaking with New York Daily News, Ivana went on to say:

“Donald wasn’t really interested in the children until he could talk business with them. When they turned 21, I handed them over to him and said ‘Here’s the finished product, you can take them from here.’”

Through the years Trump’s kids have talked about their relationship with their father. Donald Jr., at age 12, told Vanity Fair:

“How can you say you love us? You don’t love us! You don’t even love yourself. You just love your money.”

As they grew older, the kid’s comments included less anger towards their father but still showed that their memories of him were more centered around competition and business than anything else. Donald Jr., later talked about their relationship saying:

“It wasn’t a typical ‘let’s go play catch in the backyard’ sort of father-son relationship. We always went to job sites with him. We’d be in his office playing with trucks as a six-year-old while he’s negotiating deals with presidents of major companies.”

Even Trump seems to have a mixed up understanding of what being a father is about. When talking about raising children, The Donald repeats how much his kids love him but doesn’t see the merit in spending time with them on a regular basis.

“I’ll tell you what I’ve learned: Children are tough. Much tougher than people think. … I’m a really good father, but not a really good husband. You’ve probably figured out my children really like me–love me–a lot. It’s hard when somebody walks into the living room of Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, and this is supposed to be, like, a normal life. But they’re very grounded and very solid. The hardest thing for me about raising kids has been finding the time. I know friends who leave their business so they can spend more time with their children, and I say, ‘Gimme a break!’ My children could not love me more if I spent fifteen times more time with them.”

For someone who is trying to show the country that he can lead our youth into the future, he sure hasn’t done an excellent job doing so with his own children.

Here is a funny video on Donald Jr.’s post comparing Skittles and refugees.

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