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New book says President Trump ‘barely knows son Barron’, never sleep with wife and eats only from fast food to avoid poisoning

US president, Donald and wife, Melania Trump’s marriage has been burst wide open in an explosive new book, which claims that the couple barely speak and never share a bed.

Michael Wolff’s new book- Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, which has already rebuffed and said to be “false and fake” by Trump over social media, reveals the billionaire’s chaotic rise to power and alleges his wife never wanted him to become President.

Author Wolff probes into Trump’s dizzying political victory, his associates and enemies as well as his marriage to third wife Melania.

Wolff states that the pair, who married in 2005 at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda by-the-Sea in Palm Beach, barely speak and go for days without even knowing where each other are.

In a damning indictment of the marriage, the author claims everyone around the President perceives the relationship as “perplexing” and says Trump barely knows his 12-year-old son Barron, using him only for public appearances.

“Donald Trump’s marriage was perplexing to almost everybody around him – or it was, anyway, for those without private jets and many homes. He and Melania spent relatively little time together. They could go days at a time without contact, even when they were both in Trump Tower.

“Often she did not know where he was, or take much notice of that fact. Her husband moved between residences as he would move between rooms,” Wolff writes.

Insinuating a bizarre night time ritual, Wolff said Trump demanded a key to his bedroom, locking his wife and the secret service out so he could binge on cheeseburgers while watching not one but THREE televisions.

Wolff also alleges Trump likes to head beneath the duvet at 6.30pm.

It is believed the President prefers McDonalds and other fast food joints because he lives in fear of being poisoned. Because fast food is already prepared he suspects it is a safer food source than other choices.

“The book is clearly going to be sold in the bargain fiction section,” fumed the first lady’s Communications Director Stephanie Grisham.



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