Marla Maples, President Donald Trump’s second wife and mother of one of his daughters, appeared on the “Today” show Tuesday and avoided saying anything negative about Trump but mentioned she nixed a presidential run in the 1990s as too hard on his kids.
Maples, who has been living in California for years with daughter Tiffany, 25, now in her second year of law school in Washington, D.C., said she’s returned to the “melting pot” of New York.
NBC announced the interview as an “exclusive” to talk about her marriage to Trump, as well as her recent work with non-profit organizations and her speaking tour.
The only thing significant that Maples, 55, said about Trump came in answer to a question about whether she would have predicted his occupation of the White House at the time they were dating (when he was still married to first wife Ivana Trump) and when she and Trump were married from 1993-1999.
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