US Election: Donald Trump’s ex-wife calls him a “Sore loser”
Joe Biden was elected 46th President of the United States. But this is not to please the 45th. Donald Trump refuses to recognize the victory of his opponent, and especially his defeat. It is normal: “He is a sore loser” , assures the ex-wife of the president, Ivana Trump, who hopes that “all this ends”.
It’s official, Joe Biden won the US presidential election. On Saturday November 7, he was officially elected 46th President of the United States, after several days of counting the votes (it was on Tuesday November 3 that American citizens, who had not voted at the advance poll, went to the polls).
But Donald Trump does not want to recognize it. “I WON THIS ELECTION, AND A LOT,” he tweeted, as the final results give the Democratic candidate largely winning with 290 elected voters against 214 for the outgoing president. But Donald Trump talks about fraudand legal remedies to have the votes overturned, especially in states where he lost such as Nevada or Pennsylvania, which obviously exasperates his detractors, but also some of his collaborators, and even some of his relatives.
Ex-wife Ivana Trump on Donald Trump: “He’s a sore loser”
“I just want this to end somehow,” Donald Trump’s ex-wife Ivana Trump said in an interview with People magazine, even adding, “crazy really”.
But she knows the wrath of Donald Trump is not going to fall. “He’s a sore loser. He does not like to lose, so he will fight and fight and fight,” said the mother Ivana, mother of Donald Jr. and Eric. He must go and declare that he has lost. But he hates being a loser. I’m sure of that. But if he loses, he loses. He has a lot of money, properties to go to live and enjoy his life.”
The ex-wife of the outgoing president has even imagined what Donald Trump’s daily life might be like after the White House: “He’s going to go to Palm Beach and play golf and live a normal life, I think.” It’s the best decision he could make. A normal life is also what she wants her children after four years in Washington. “I think they enjoyed being with Donald, preparing for the election, seeing what was going to happen, but now, thank goodness, it’s over.”