NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – Ah, the beauty of Democracy. In America, you can vote — or not vote — for whomever you want. Such is the case with two of Donald Trump’s children, Eric and Ivanka Trump. They are not voting for their father in the upcoming New York primary.
The siblings made this stunning announcement during a recorded television interview with Barbara Walters.
They missed the deadline to register to vote in the GOP primary, so sorry, dad, your kids ain’t voting for you.
ST. TROPEZ, France (The Adobo Chronicles, Berlin Bureau) – As presidential candidate and frontrunner Donald Trump inches closer and closer to the Republican nomination, his ex-wife Ivana is preparing to file in a lawsuit in the event that Trump is elected president.
In her draft lawsuit, Ivana claims she should become First Lady if Trump becomes president.
Ivana is Trump’s first wife (1977-1992), followed by Marla Maples (1992-1999). Trump is currently married to Ivanka Trump.
“That’s why it’s called ‘First Lady,’ ” Ivana told reporters in St. Tropez, ” a president cannot have his second or third wife to be First Lady.”
Ivana recently made the news for her statement saying that the U.S. needs immigrants to vaccuum Americans’ living rooms and clean up after them.
Ivana, herself an immigrant, was born in the Czech Republic. We doubt that she ever vaccumed an American living room.
NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles® ) – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lashed out at those who have criticized him for his recent statements that he would date his own daughter, Ivanka.
“I am a very religious person and I live by God’s Commandments,” Trump said.
He quoted the bible in which it says:
“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: Love your neighbor as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark, 12:30-31).
Trump pointed out that we should not take bible quotes too literally. “The spirit of the second commandment is that we should love not just our neighbors but everyone, and that includes my daughter'” he said.
Trump’s infatuation with Ivanka became evident once more at last night’s Republican presidential debate when, responding to a question on which woman the candidates think should be placed on the new ten dollar bill. His response, of course, was “my daughter.”