In another pressing family matter, Trump said she was upset to learn of eldest son Donald Trump Jr.'s possible affair with pop star Aubrey O'Day, whom he met on the set of his dad's reality show "Celebrity Apprentice" in 2011.
At least that's the thinking of President Donald Trump's first wife, Ivana, who suggested that the president forgo a 2020 run for the finer things in life.
"He has a good life and he has everything", Trump said. She said that knowing her ex-husband, it's likely he didn't realize how much effort would go into actually running from the free world.
Sitting down with her favorite NY tabloid, the former Mrs. Trump - who has enjoyed renewed media attention since releasing her second book, "Raising Trump", previous year - got one thing clear: She doesn't want to trade places with Melania Trump. It only months after Melania gave birth to their son, Barron. They had three children - Donald Jr., Eric, and Ivanka, who is now a senior adviser at the White House.
And now Ivana Trump has revealed that she feels "bad" for Melania Trump, after recent allegations of infidelity came out about the President. She said he needs to fully retire, go play golf, and pointed out that he's going to be 74 by the time the next election rolls around. "It hurts a lot", she says. But she added: "Who am I to judge?" "Amy comes in and says to me, 'Mom, I think maybe it's time to turn in your keys.' How dare you say that to your mother!"
"... I honestly don't know that many men who can keep their zippers up", continued Ivana.
Donald Trump, Jr. and Ivana Trump in 2007.
Trump said she believes Donald Jr. won't have any trouble finding another "girl" because he's a "good-looking guy" and "successful".
She had some advice for the Senior Advisor to the President, her daughter, Ivanka: Move back to NY and give up your job in the White House.
"Who is going to date and marry the woman who has five children? Especially since she is young  and she might want to have more", Ivana added.