Melania Trump's Divorce Papers Signed, Not Filed, And Settlement Reached, Claims Former White House Staffer

A post published on Sunday, May 21 by a former White House staffer is getting plenty of attention on Twitter. The tweet claimed that First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump’s divorce papers were already signed before the presidential election. The viral tweet also claims that Mr. and Mrs. Trump reached a divorce settlement before the election, but Trump winning the presidential election had some kind of bearing on the divorce decision. Published by Claude Taylor, a Washington Democrat who previously worked in the White House during the Clinton administration, as reported by Newsweek, the tweet is getting some attention due to recent stories that the veteran of three presidential campaigns broke. The publication notes that Taylor previously tweeted about a grand jury being convened, or even a more dire situation that involved sealed indictments. With whisperings about offshore monies and more controversies, Claude’s tweets are being viewed with a healthy grain of salt from those wondering if he has the inside knowledge he’s claiming he has about Melania’s alleged divorce papers. Claude has made sure to reply to folks asking about Melania and Donald’s divorce papers. I was just told by MSM member that Donald and Melania’s divorce papers were signed prior to election and settlement agreed to. Then he won. — Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) May 22, 2017 Taylor went on to reply several times to Twitter users that according to what a mainstream media reporter told him, the divorce papers were signed. However, since the alleged signed divorce papers were not filed in any county, they aren’t available to the public. “That’s all I was told.” President Donald Trump at the Western Wall. [Image by Evan Vucci/AP Images] Claude’s tweet continues to go viral on Twitter, with nearly 7,000 likes and nearly 4,000 retweets. Taylor blamed the editorial process of the mainstream media as the reason the articles about the alleged divorce papers have yet to break via mainstream channels. According to Vanity Fair, even though Melania’s people denied the divorce rumor, the publication claims the divorce buzz occurred after the infamous tapes of Trump speaking with Billy Bush leaked. “New York’s chattering class has recently been abuzz with gossip that Melania was considering a divorce after the Access Hollywood tape came out.” @JacquiUpNorth44 @InDaZone Editors. You wouldn’t believe the legal and editorial hoops MSM have to jump through before they print or air. — Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) May 22, 2017 Divorce Buzz Awakens After Melania Refuses to Hold Trump’s Hand The news about the alleged divorce papers comes at the same time a video (seen below) of Melania appearing to slap away President Trump’s hand is going viral. @JacquiUpNorth44 @Nyxiedust A reporter well known to many said this to me. If they were ready to go on the record with it they would have reported it themselves. — Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) May 22, 2017 Melania and President Trump appear in the top photo above signing a guest book as Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and his wife, Nehama, accompanied the Trumps at the President’s House in Jerusalem. However, news about the supposed hand slap and alleged signed divorce papers are usurping other news coming out of Israel on May 22. @Rosie @funder @LouiseMensch @PuestoLoco @TrueFactsStated did she just slap his hand away? — Sandy (@saabreu56) May 22, 2017 While Mr. and Mrs. Trump began their visit to Israel, which should last only 28 hours, reactions like those listed below are making their way online. “Even if not verified, the info is well within the realm of the possible/logical. Not rare to sign divorce papers and hold for a while.” “I heard different rumor from reliable source 1 degree of Kevin Bacon away from NYC’s high powered divorce lawyers.” Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump near Tel Aviv, Israel. [Image by Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images] “Rumor (could be from pre-election) was Melania consulting w/every power divorce attorney in NYC to pre-empt Don from hiring them.” “She’s going to write one hell of a book someday. Rather, someone’s going to ghostwrite one hell of a book for her someday.” “And that is even what the original tweet said. He did not say filed for divorce, ever anywhere. Gadzooks, people.” “A lawyer could have them.” “That could be veeery dangerous. She seems bullied as it is.” @JudyMcLarty @JJohnson2u My source is a well known reporter. Not household name level-but established and respected by peers. — Claude Taylor (@TrueFactsStated) May 22, 2017 [Featured Image by Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images]

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