Trump discovers via court-ordered paternity test that Ivanka is not biological daughter, sues Melania for divorce
NEW YORK – Defeated presidential candidate Donald Trump is not Ivanka's father, according to DNA testing.
Last Friday, a district court judge granted musician John Mayer's request that a court-ordered paternity test to be performed on Ivanka Trump, daughter of the failed GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump and Ivana Trump.
Mayer had unprotected sex with Ivana as a 9-year-old - nine months before Ivanka was born and their affair coincided with Donald Trump’s temporary impotence following a penis enlargement operation performed by Vidal Sassoon.
Results show that Ivanka is indeed Mayer's daughter.
Page 6 reports that Donald Trump initiated divorce proceedings against current wife Melania Trump immediately upon learning Ivanka’s true parentage, and urged Ivanka to leave her husband Jared Kushner, leading the New York Post to speculate that a May-December Trump-Trump marriage may be imminent. In a rare interview with the press, Donald defended his history of controversial, incestuous comments about Ivanka, especially about her “voluptuous” figure.
“I’ve always known she wasn’t mine. Always. I’ve said that she wasn’t my daughter from the beginning. No one would listen. And surprise! I was right,” Donald said.