Sean Spicer Opens Up About Melania And Donald Trump's Relationship

There are plenty of strange things to note about Melania and Donald Trump's marriage, from the fact they reportedly don't sleep in the same bed to the extensive rumors about Donald Trump's infidelity over the years. Some have even suggested that Melania is somehow being held against her will since the former first lady appears desperate to get away from Trump many times they are spotted out together, per Glamour. However, despite what the public might think, the couple claims they are still going strong.

According to reports in The Guardian and CNN, the Trumps are happiest when they're together but apart, since both Melania and Donald relish being alone. This would explain why they don't ever seem particularly jazzed about being in each other's company. "They have a very unusual relationship, but there is a bond there: they have a deal, right from the beginning," author Mary Jordan wrote in a biography about Melania, per The Guardian. "He loves himself, he loves his job, he's got his own life and he spends a lot of time apart from her. And she's absolutely fine with that."

Still, even with multiple sources confirming all is well in Trumpland, the mystique surrounding them isn't likely to be broken any time soon. And now, Sean Spicer is weighing in with some insider information about this most fascinating of couples.

Sean Spicer wants everybody to leave the Trumps alone

Disgraced White House press secretary Sean Spicer, who's written an upcoming book condemning Joe Biden's administration entitled "Radical Nation: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's Dangerous Plan for America," reckons everybody should leave Melania and Donald Trump alone. Speaking to The Sun, he decried rumors about their troubled marriage as "despicable" and "abhorrent."

Spicer claimed the rumors were being spread in a transparent effort to "disparage" the controversial former commander-in-chief. He shot down theories that Melania has no interest in being first lady again and would rather stay in Florida than return to the White House in 2024. Spicer's opinion surprised many readers, as an ousted former staffer shockingly claimed Melania was "counting every minute" until Donald's term was up, so she could give him the boot.

Spicer added that Melania would have to choose whether she would attend rallies with her husband in the future, should Trump decide to run for the presidency once more. Many people are assuming that Melania would not appear on the campaign trail or would do so rarely. After all, The Sun reports that she appeared in fewer than five on-camera interviews as first lady, and didn't take part in a single print media interview.

Sean Spicer and others believe the Trumps' relationship is strong

Though a former staffer claimed that Melania Trump couldn't wait to leave Donald Trump, Sean Spicer vehemently denied the idea, The Sun reports. A post-presidency divorce never materialized, and the Trump administration claimed such allegations were "pathetic." In addition, close friends of Melania told the Washington Post in 2020 that the former first lady has no plans to file for divorce, though they were reluctant to explain further. "She believes her private life is no one's business," one friend said.

Although Spicer acknowledged having zero insight into the Trumps' personal relationship, he confirmed, "I have seen them together for six years" and implied that any rumblings about issues between them are inaccurate. The former press secretary railed against those who simply "cannot help themselves" but spread rumors.

Still, critics argue, Donald Trump has been popping up more and more often while his wife has all but retreated from public view. Other observers believe this is simply because Melania is, and has always been, a private person. Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen, who will finish his felony federal sentence for tax fraud and campaign finance violations on November 22 according to Reuters, gave his own thoughts on the Trumps' to the Washington Post. "I don't think Melania leaves Donald. She's very willingly complicit in his schemes and holds his beliefs as her own," he said.

Sean Spicer says Donald Trump will most likely run for president again

Although former President Donald Trump has yet to confirm he's running again in 2024, Sean Spicer told the Washington Examiner that "He's in." Spicer believes that Trump has a good shot, particularly because of the way the Biden Administration has handled controversial issues like immigration.

The former press secretary also thinks Trump would perform well in another election because of his success after leaving the White House. Spicer said that Trump has accumulated $102 million, lost weight, ditched his orange-toned spray tan, and kept his approval ratings up.

Pollster John McLaughlin, however, thinks that Trump's chances of competing could be impacted by the 2022 House and Senate elections. If Republicans win control of both the House and the Senate, the former president may be less inclined to run again. Nonetheless, Spicer is confident that Trump will have another go. He believes that if anything, Trump now needs a very strong reason not to run for president.