Dennis Rodman recounted the time he unsuccessfully tried to date Donald Trump’s daughter before she married Jared Kushner. The basketball player made the admission in 2019 during an interview with The Breakfast Club.
The Chicago Bulls legend said: “I tried dating [Donald Trump’s] daughter.
“I tried to date his daughter before she got married. I tried to… She just laughed. She just laughed.”
During the same year, Mr Rodman spoke out about his relationship with the 45th US President in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
He said: “I love Donald Trump. I don’t like him as president, but he’s cool as f**k.
“Donald Trump makes me laugh. He tries to be holier than you, and I laugh at him every time I see him.
“I don’t look at him like the president, I look at him like a friend.
“He can carry a torch with me at all times, someone I can sit with, have a chat and have a beer with.”
Both Donald Trump and his daughter, who served as a senior advisor during his presidency, have relocated to Florida earlier this year following their sting at the White House.
Ms Trump has been severely criticised and branded “deeply mediocre” after a Government Accountability Office (GAO) report shone light on the failures of the women’s empowerment initiatives she created.
The document confirmed that “there were at least 19 new women’s empowerment programs launched in 2019 as part of the program, but Politico explained that ‘there were extensive failures in both the targeting of the money, and the measurement of its impact.'”
Reacting to the report, Daily Beast columnist Erin Gloria Ryan wrote in the news website that Ms Trump had achieved nothing during her four years as advisor to President Donald Trump.
She wrote: “All this time, I’d been thinking of her as a deeply mediocre child of legacy wealth, a veritable American princess of unearned stature, who emerged from a four-year stint in the Trump White House with one sort of cool piece of legislation to show for it.
“In reality, she has emerged from her four-year stint in the Trump White House with nothing to show for it. I regret the error and have learned my lesson.”
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