Born in Rome, Rubicondi was an entrepreneur long before he got the idea to open "Rossano To Go," a fast-casual takeaway, near Mar-a-Lago, where the President has spent four weekends since assuming office. "There will be someone on the way that will criticize my operation or will criticize whatever because I'm linked to [the Trumps].
That's part of the reality that we live in today that Donald has become President ... "They're on the phone all the time during the campaign," he said of his ex-wife and the President.
Unfortunately for Donald and Ivana Trump, all that glittered wasn’t gold.
But the reign of New York’s self-created imperial couple isn’t over yet.
I had enough of that.” She said she is “ready” for her ex-husband to take office, noting that the campaign was tough for him because he “doesn’t like to be moved and traveled.” “The last 18 months, he traveled as much as he ever has in his life,” she said.
Donald’s Midas touch may be tarnished, but the banks are still throwing money at him, while Ivana is busy brokering a future of her own. I’m going home,” one Palm Beach resident whispered to his date.“Oh, stay,” she said.
Marie Brenner reports on how the Trumps are still going for it all.‘We have an old custom here at Mar-a-Lago,” Donald Trump was saying one night at dinner in his 118-room winter palace in Palm Beach. “It will be so amusing.”It was spring, four years ago.
essentially raised him because his father worked 24 hours a day. Eric Trump graduated from Georgetown and started working for The Trump Organization right after he finished college, Business Insider reported.
He’s executive vice president of acquisitions and development at The Trump Organization, focusing on construction.