IVANA TRUMP passed away at age 73 at her home in Manhattan. A prime example of America’s greatness, she will be remembered as a woman of endurance and class. She loved America and America loved her. She embraced this nation as her own because after, it saved her from the claws of communist Czechoslovakia.
The endless tributes and commemoration for Ivana have flooded Twitter, and rightfully so. A trailblazer, businesswoman, grandmother, and most importantly a mother, Ivana — like many of us at El American and many of you who read us have witnessed the dangerous consequences of Marxist-inspired ideologies — came to America to flourish.
Ivana spoke candidly and fearlessly about her children: Don Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump, who are unarguably her biggest accomplishments. She raised her kids to be loving Americans, who despite relentless attacks, have remained tactful and with class.
Today, New Yorkers and those who love the Trump family grieve the passing of an amazing woman, whose life story inspires many of us immigrants. A survivor who embodies the American dream. Ivana went from modelling after fleeing communism to helping build one of the biggest business empires in the nation: The Trump Organization.
May she rest in peace.
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Luis Cornelio is the English Editor-in-Chief at El American. After graduating cum laude from the Colin Powell School for Civil and Global Leadership, he went on to intern at the Heritage Foundation. Most recently he served on President Donald Trump's re-election campaign, writing research articles on topics including law and order, immigration, and the Supreme Court. He also currently works as the Director of Communications for Got Freedom and researcher for the election integrity watchdog Amistad Project. A Dominican-American, he was granted U.S. citizenship in February 2020.
// Luis Cornelio es el English Editor-in-Chief de El American. Después de graduarse cum laude de la Escuela Colin Powell de Liderazgo Civil y Global, pasó a ser pasante de la Heritage Foundation. Recientemente, participó en la campaña de reelección del presidente Donald Trump escribiendo artículos de investigación sobre temas como la ley y el orden, la inmigración y la Corte Suprema. Actualmente trabaja como director de Comunicaciones de Got Freedom y es investigador para el grupo de integridad electoral, el Amistad Project. Un dominicano-americano, se le otorgó la ciudadanía americana en febrero de 2020.