Melania defended Trump's penis when friends called it small, bragged about his classy house: 'He's a real man'

Washington Post journalist and author Mary Jordan's upcoming tell-all book on the First Lady lays bare several details of the couple's private life


                            Melania defended Trump's penis when friends called it small, bragged about his classy house: 'He's a real man'
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Melania Trump defended the size of her husband, US President Donald J. Trump's penis, and insisted he was a "real man" when one of her friends questioned it, a new book has revealed.

In 'The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump', an upcoming tell-all book about the First Lady, Washington Post journalist and author Mary Jordan details Melania's relationship with Trump, spilling the beans on how she handled his infamous cheating scandal, the FLOTUS' influence behind-the-scenes, and much more never-heard-before details of her life.

In excerpts obtained by the Daily Mail, Jordan revealed that when Melania, a former model, had started dating Trump in the 1990s, she would regularly gush about him to her roommate Matthew Atanian, a retired fashion photographer.

She would reportedly brag about the billionaire mogul's over-the-top gilded apartment atop Trump Tower and talk about how it had "so much class" and how "this was the way real men live." The excerpt also reveals how Melania, even as a girlfriend was always quick to Trump's defense.

Atanian told Jordan that during one of their conversations, Edit Molner – the girlfriend of model-scout Paolo Zampolli – and he, were once joking about Trump having "a small penis", only for Melania to cut in and interject, "Don't say this – he's a real man."

U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walk along the South Lawn to Marine One as they depart from the White House for a weekend trip to Mar-a-Lago on January 31, 2020, in Washington, DC. Senators are expected to debate and then vote on whether to include additional witnesses and documents today in the Senate (Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images)

 

However, her relationship with the US President grew more complicated after the birth of their son, Barron. While Jordan wrote that Melania was aware of her husband's reputation as a ladies' man, she wasn't quite prepared for the extent of it.

She recalled one occasion where the couple was attending a party at The Playboy Mansion and Melania, who was talking about their young son, became "extremely uncomfortable" when she saw Trump grabbing women and holding them during photos.

Her "most difficult moments," however, came while they were on the 2016 campaign trail when allegations of Trump's infidelity with a former porn star, Stormy Daniels, and ex-Playboy model, Karen McDougal, were widely reported.

U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump return to the White House on June 7, 2019, in Washington, DC. Trump returned to the White House after spending the last 4 days in Europe (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

 

Both women claimed they had sex with Trump during the same weekend in July 2006 at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe in Nevada. Barron, now 14, had been born just three months before, and Melania was said to be "so upset she checked herself into a hotel to get away from her husband."

According to the Daily Mail, Jordan also wrote that Melania and Trump now live "parallel lives that barely intersect" – an assertion that is backed by the testimony of former housekeepers from the president's golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey, that he frequently visits on weekends. The staff said the couple sleeps in separate bedrooms on different floors and that they "never saw them have dinner together."

Victoriana Morales, a former housekeeper, said that "when Trump turned up in the evenings, Barron would be playing video games and Melania would be on the computer". "I never saw them like a normal family, sitting together at a table, eating together, talking," she claimed. "Never, never, never. They spend time in the same place but they don't interact."

Another housekeeper, Sandra Diaz, said, "I never saw them holding hands."

Staff also revealed that Melania's room was full of photos of herself and their son, while Trump's room had photos of only himself posing with celebrities like Michael Jackson.

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