Ivana Trump's Ex bashes her kids, says 'they are garbage' people
Donald Trump has five children with three wives. With his first wife, Ivana Trump (her real name: Ivana Zelnickova) he has three kids: Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka
Trump and Eric Trump. He also has two kids with 2 other wives: Tiffany Trump (with Marla Naples) and Barron Trump, his youngest child with his current wife, Melania. If you ever wanted to know something more about his children, maybe Rossano Rubicondi's (ex-husband of Trump's first wife, Ivana) voice will help you with that.
But I recommend treating it with a grain of salt, as we know how "complicated" the relations in a step-family can be.
Donald Trump divorced his first wife, Ivana, in 1992. After 16 years, in 2008, Ivana married Rossano Rubicondi, and that's how he became a stepfather of some of Donald Trump's kids. Since 2008, Ivana and Rossano had an on-again/off-again type of relationship, but relations between Rossano and Trump's kids were not that good.
He doesn't fear at all to speak frankly these days. "These people are all about money. They don’t have a heart. They are garbage." - said Rossano in one of the last interviews.
Page Six reported:
He added, “Don Jr. is an idiot. He’s a jerk,” and instructed us, “Put it down: ‘You are a jerk.’ Put it in capital letters!”
He added: “They are nobody .?.?. They are disgusting. We are talking about kids who are so stupid, except Ivanka.”
Rubicondi raged on, “They are a piece of scum. Before they say anything about me, I will wash their mouth out with soap! They are disgrace for human being.”
He also seemed to have changed his feelings about the breakup, shouting, “Shame on her!” of Ivana after news of their split hit the Italian press.
We don't know what made Rossano think about Ivanka in a little warmer way, but we can suspect what could be the reason for tough relations with Donald Jr. and Eric Trump. And it was probably money.
But like Rossano in his defense says: "No one touched a dollar or dime from their family, if that's why they didn't like me."