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Splitsville: Vanessa Trump Files for Divorce from Donald Trump Jr

Splitsville: Vanessa Trump Files for Divorce from Donald Trump Jr

While 40-year-old Don Jr. and Vanessa, also 40, haven't officially filed for divorce, the sources said that they expect the couple to file soon.

Donald Trump Jr. and his wife of 12 years are struggling to keep their marriage together, and friends say divorce is imminent, according to a report from Page Six.

One reason for the couple's reported marital problems may be Donald Jr.'s busy schedule.

One of the issues is that the president's son has been traveling a lot, in both his capacity as head of the Trump Organization, and as a Republican operative, which he swore he wouldn't be because he runs the president's business.

The divorce announcement comes as Trump Jr. remains a focus of the special counsel's investigation into Trump ties to Russian Federation. Don Jr. was also said to "have changed recently, and friends are concerned about him". Richard Durbin, D-Ill., a member of the committee. Just this week, Don Jr. was in Pennsylvania campaigning for a Republican in a congressional election.

"Donald Jr. and Vanessa have been dealing with some issues, but they are not yet at the stage of filing for divorce", the source said.

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"If there isn't a confidentiality clause and there isn't a prenup in place, then once the divorce is complete, she could, if allowable by the law in the jurisdiction she is called to testify in, be compelled to testify".

The couple and the Trump Organisation declined multiple requests for comment from the publication and have not Tweeted a response to the story either. Vanessa is described as a "devoted mother" and is "increasingly lonely" raising the children by herself in the house.

All three are the children of Trump and his first wife, Ivana Trump. While the powder was later determined to be cornstarch, Vanessa had been transported to the hospital as a precaution.

The envelope also contained a typewritten note reading, "You are an terrible, bad person". He replied: "If it's what you say, I love it".

On March 1, the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested Daniel Frisiello, 24, of Beverly, Mass., in connection with the envelope.

There were fears at the time the suspicious powder was anthrax.