Melania Trump no longer shares 'true love and compassion' with Donald Trump as White House exit nears: Expert
Amid rumors that the FLOTUS plans to divorce her husband once they are out of the White House, Susan Constantine, a body language expert, claims that the pair do not have a loving bond anymore
While Melania Trump packs up her belongings at the White House and starts to look for potential schools for her son, Barron, near the first family's Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago, she is becoming increasingly emotionally distant from her husband, according to a body language expert.
While President Donald Trump still refuses to concede the 2020 election and has not mentioned what he plans to do once he and his family vacates the White House, reports suggest that they could be readying to move to Florida after the first lady toured a $35,000-a-year Pine Crest school in Fort Lauderdale for 14-year-old Barron.
Amid rumors that the FLOTUS plans to divorce her husband once they are out of the White House, Susan Constantine, a body language expert, alleged that Melania and Trump do not have a loving bond anymore.
She recently told Mic: "I don't see any warmth or true love and compassion in that relationship whatsoever." However, the lack of a public display of affection has always been there in the relationship between Trump and his third wife.
Judi James, another body language interpreter, who analyzed the way in which the couple performed their first dance, told Marie Claire, "The first dance involves one piece of eye contact and little if anything in what are called tie-signs: those small squeezes and pats or shared micro-expressions that couples use for silent communication."
Even before President-elect Joe Biden's win was cemented in history by the Electoral College earlier this week, talks of Trump running for the 2024 election were floating. However, many have noted that his wife may not be fully committed to Trump running for office again. Nicole Moore, a relationship expert, argued that during Trump's first bid for office four years ago, Melania "did not seem to be genuinely happy that her husband ran for President".
Moore, who is a life coach, reviewed footage of an interview Melania and Trump had carried out with TV legend Barbara Walters before the 2016 election. Despite Melania claiming that she was "very happy" that Trump was considering a run for the White House, Moore said her body language showed Melania was feeling anything but.
She said that normally "when two people are in on something together, they usually turn their bodies and faces toward each other" if they are in agreement. This is because the "body naturally goes toward the partner" and shows the "shared emotions" of both. However, the same did not come across as evidently as it should have during the discussion.
We previously reported that ex-White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed the first couple's 15-year marriage was over. She reportedly said, "Melania is counting every minute until he is out of the office and she can divorce. If Melania were to try to pull the ultimate humiliation and leave while he's in office, he would find a way to punish her."
Despite some really frosty moments in public, 50-year-old Melania claims she has "a great relationship" with her husband. Meanwhile, he insists that they never argue.