Donald Trump Postpones Arizona Rally ‘Out of Love and Respect’ After Ivana’s Death

Donald Trump Postpones Arizona Rally ‘Out of Love and Respect’ After Ivana’s Death – Out of “love and respect” for his ex-wife Ivana Trump, who passed away in her Manhattan townhouse on Thursday, former president Donald Trump postponed a rally that was set to take place in Arizona on Saturday. The former president announced the new date for his Prescott Valley Save America rally in a post on his Truth Social platform on Friday.

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The 76-year-old former president has been attending campaign-style rallies to support Republican candidates ahead of the midterm elections as he considers running for the White House a third time. A medical examiner determined on Friday that Ivana Trump, 73, passed away from “blunt impact injuries” to her torso after accidentally falling down the stairs of her Upper East Side townhouse.

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Trump-endorsed Kari Lake, a GOP candidate for governor, also shared the announcement with condolences: She tweeted, “My heart goes out to President Trump and his children.” “I’m saddened to know that the Save America rally has been canceled, however I know firsthand how vital it is to be with family when you lose a mother.”

Friends told The Post that she had hip trouble and needed help walking about her neighborhood. Ivana Trump passed away on Thursday, according to Donald Trump, who was married to her for 15 years.

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He posted, “She was a wonderful, beautiful, and amazing woman, who led a greater and inspirational life. “Her pride and joy were her three children, Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric. She was so proud of them, as we were all so proud of her. Rest In Peace, Ivana!”

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