Ivanka Trump's "Raising Trump" is all set to release next week

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Ivanka Trump's "Raising Trump" is all set to release next week

New book from Donald Trump's first spouse pulls back the window ornament on a turbulent time of the president's life, including the chaotic separation that was sprinkled crosswise over New York's sensationalist newspapers for a considerable length of time.

Her youngsters likewise contribute sections to the book, and Ivana Trump muses that her previous spouse may not be the main Trump to call the White House home. (She writes that Ivanka Trump has presidential potential, although she told TIME in an interview she thinks her daughter has "too much on her plate.") She also told TIME before the book's release that Donald Jr. had "zero interest" in Russian Federation.

They have three children together, Ivanka, Donald Jr, and Eric and she writes about how the relationship breakdown affected the family.

In an excerpt from her new book about motherhood, Raising Trump, out tomorrow (Oct. 10) from Gallery Books, she has some congratulations to hand out to all the OG Trumps.

In the book, Ivana writes glowingly about her marriage to Trump and her prominent role at the Trump Organization. "I have a ideal life", she said.

"My instincts told me that Donald was smart and amusing - an all-America good guy", Ivana Trump writes. "I love my husband.' It was unladylike but I was in shock", she writes.

"I can just shake my head at how it insane it was", Ivana Trump composes. Ivana says she raised the kids herself, not Donald, and with their divorce, she was granted full custody. The infamous Access Hollywood tape had been released only two days earlier, and Trump's campaign had responded by bringing the women who had lodged complaints of sexual assault against former President Bill Clinton to the debate. Moreover, Donald registered his world-famous Twitter account after Ivana insisted on it, her little contribution to his current life and success. "First Lady? Holds no appeal for me personally", Ivana adds.

"I don't talk about her". Who knows? One day, she might be the first female-and Jewish-POTUS.

Trump made a good first impression on Ivana when they met in a Manhattan restaurant. "I couldn't turn on the television without hearing my name", Ivana states. "He asks me about, 'Should I tweet?"

"I said 'Get lost".

Donald Trump offered his ex-wife Ivana the Czech Republic ambassador job after the election but she refused. In her book, she says that she and Trump are on "warmer terms", and they speak about once a week. It's a new way, a new technology.

"Raising Trump" is set to be discharged one week from now.