Ivana Trump died of blunt force injuries of the torso, the medical examiner said. When she was found, Ivana was unconscious and not moving. She had recently got food with her at the hotel and did not eat it there. She was preparing for a summer getaway, according to her friend, Nikki Haskell.
Ivana Trump, the first wife of former President Donald Trump, died from blunt force injuries to her torso. The medical examiner ruled the fall an accident. The ex-wife of the former President was discovered dead on Thursday afternoon on her Upper East Side home staircase. Her death was announced shortly thereafter by Donald Trump. They had three children.
Ivana and Donald Trump married in 1977 and had three children, Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr., 44, and Eric Trump, 38. She served in key positions within the Trump Organization until her divorce. She also started her own clothing, jewelry, and beauty product lines. Donald Trump paid tribute to his wife on his Truth Social platform, saying she was “very proud of her children.” In the wake of the death of his first wife, Trump said he was deeply affected.
In spite of official reports there was no foul play involved in her passing, the death being caused by “blunt force trauma” is certainly likely to fuel numerous conspiracy theories in the current political environment.