Here's a breakdown: To promote her new book, "Raising Trump," about parenting Trump's three eldest children, Ivana Trump gave a Monday interview to "Good Morning America" in which she made some comments sure to privately raise the hackles of the woman now occupying the role of Wife of Donald.
Ivana wrote that she had no desire to become the wife of the President of the USA, like Melania Trump has become.
"I still have a feeling she looks at this and says, 'Am I really in this position?'" said Myra Gutin, a professor at Rider University who writes about first ladies.
"I don't really want to call him there because Melania is there, and I don't want to cause any kind of jealousy or something like that", Ivana said, laughing.
Melania Trump had a message for US President Donald Trump's first wife Ivana on Monday: enough of the self-serving comments.
Ivana and Donald couple divorced in 1992 following his tabloid affair with Marla Maples. Ivana didn't even refer to Maples by name but instead called her a "showgirl".
Mr Trump's first wife was raised in communist Czechoslovakia and married the property mogul in 1977.
Ivana Trump's book "Raising Trump" is all set to bang, the book is ready to be released next week. - Ivana "proudly instilled in them what she believes to be the most important life lessons: loyalty, honesty, integrity and drive". "It's better her than me".
"He wouldn't be who he is without you?" asked CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod on "Sunday Morning". The woman added that she and the president are now on warmer terms, speaking about once a week. It included two words Mrs. Trump has been using more often lately: first lady.
The first daughter herself has also not ruled out a potential bid for the presidency in her future, stating in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine back in 2016: "I have learned in life to never say never!"
She declined to talk about the 2005 "Access Hollywood" tape, saying, "I don't want to go into it".
But she turned it down because she already has the "perfect life", which includes jaunts to Saint-Tropez, and winters in Miami. She's going beyond cyberbullying, which she'd identified during the presidential campaign as an issue that she would tackle if her husband became president but on which she has yet to announce any formal plan of action.