FBI Releases Investigation Into Ivana Trump

(RepublicanDaily.org) – The FBI released “190-pages” of a secret investigation it conducted into Ivana Trump, the late ex-wife of former President Donald Trump, on March 28, Fox News reported. Ivana Trump was born in Czechoslovakia, a former Communist bloc country. The FBI produced “900 pages” of material in their investigation of Mrs. Trump, but only 190 of those pages had been made public at the time of this report. The FBI noted that Ivana Trump visited her home country in 1990, and met with the late Czechoslovakian president Vaclav Hazel, who reportedly gave her a signed book.

Media reports explained that the FBI’s investigation spanned several countries with U.S. legal attaches being instructed to look into the circumstances of Mrs. Trump’s immigration, Yahoo! News reported. An FBI document dated February 14, 1989, stated that an investigation was opened after allegations about Mrs. Trump’s ties to her Communist bloc home country were made “by a confidential source.”

Mrs. Trump was born in Czechoslovakia, a landlocked state between Austria and Hungary, that dissolved on December 31, 1992. The nation has since split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the U.S. Office of the Historian explained. Documents obtained by Bloomberg revealed that the FBI was investigating Ivana Trump over her ties to her home country “for years after her marriage to Trump.” Ivana Trump left Czechoslovakia by marriage to an Austrian citizen she later divorced. She was married to Donald Trump from 1977 until the couple’s scandalous divorce in the 1980s.

Ivana Trump died at age 73 at her home on East 64th Street, Manhattan, New York City, after sustaining a fatal injury from a fall, Donald Trump announced to Truth Social, and was quoted by Fox News. New York City police confirmed that they responded to a 911 call to 10 East 64th street on July 14, 2022, and found Mrs. Trump unconscious. EMS pronounced Mrs. Trump deceased at the scene.

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