‘Crazy’ Donald Trump’s wife is on ‘high alert’ after ‘suicide attempt’
An emotional wife of Donald Trump is on “high alert” after her husband’s wife allegedly attempted suicide by throwing herself off a balcony.
Melania Trump said her husband, 69, called her at around 2 a.m.
Thursday to inform her that his mother was in a “state of shock” and that she and her two daughters would need to call an ambulance to “get her some help.”
Melania Trump’s brother, Eric, also rushed to the couple’s home in the suburbs of Los Angeles after receiving an anonymous text message saying his mother had attempted suicide.
Melania said her brother-in-law told her the man she said was threatening her with a knife was her “best friend,” and that they were working on her son’s behalf. “
The police are on the way.”
Melania said her brother-in-law told her the man she said was threatening her with a knife was her “best friend,” and that they were working on her son’s behalf.
“He’s a good guy,” Melania said of her brother, who is married to Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka.
“There are no words to express my condolences.
I can’t believe he’s gone.”
The Trump family has a history of suicide attempts, and the incident highlights the difficulties facing the president’s wife.
“She’s obviously very emotional, but she’s not necessarily a suicidal person,” Eric Trump told CNN.
The Trump sisters have been at the center of an ongoing feud with the president, with the elder Trump calling him a “pathological liar” and a “bully” for refusing to accept his election victory.
“My heart goes out to the family, and I know the president is very worried about them, and his thoughts and prayers are with them,” Eric said.
In a statement, Melania said she was “very worried” by the phone call and would “get to the bottom of this as soon as possible.”
“I am very concerned about my family and my son and how this is impacting him,” she added.
She said her family has been “very supportive” of her efforts to “set the record straight.” “
Please keep my family in your prayers.”
She said her family has been “very supportive” of her efforts to “set the record straight.”
In the statement, she called the man who called her “bitch” “a bully who hates me.”
The incident comes as the White House has faced mounting pressure over the death of Trump’s ex-wife Ivana, who committed suicide in 2013 after years of battling depression and substance abuse.
The elder Trump, who was married to Ivana for 23 years, has been vocal in recent days about his family’s struggles.
He’s called for Trump to be removed from office and demanded the president apologize for his daughter’s death.
Ivanka Trump also has called for the president to be impeached and to be forced out of office.
Trump, meanwhile, has maintained that he’s not a “political prisoner” and will fight to stay in office.