Donald Trump’s ex-wife Marla Maples says she’s ‘ready’ to help his campaign and ‘open’ to being vice president: ‘I’m not going to sit back and do nothing’

Donald Trump’s ex-wife Marla Maples has revealed she would like to help the former president’s campaign and is “open” to being his vice president. “I’m ready. I’m available if they need me and I’m not going to sit back,” Maples, 6, told The Evening Standard in her first interview in eight years.

Donald Trump’s ex-wife Marla Maples says she is “ready” to help his campaign (itsmarlamaples/Instagram, photo by Giorgio Viera / AFP)

“I want to go out more, share more and not be afraid of the positive or negative consequences that come from speaking out,” she added.

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Trump shares daughter Tiffany Trump with Maples, who said the former president’s legal troubles have not affected her willingness to support and help him.

“I don’t think any crime has been committed”

Asked about the lawsuit against Jean E. Carroll, Maples said she doesn’t believe Trump is guilty. “I know my daughter’s father well enough to know that he never had to push another person around. He always had women who threw themselves at him,” she said. “I don’t believe any crime was committed.”

Maples also dismissed Trump’s conviction in the hush money case. “They love these sexy little stories. We have a country that is failing. Our cities are not protected,” she said. “How do we make people feel safe again? That’s more important than having these lawsuits that don’t affect any of us today.”

Sources told the outlet that Maples could see herself serving as her ex-husband’s vice president. When asked about this, Maples said with a laugh: “Someone would have to ask my ex-husband about that. I’m open. I’m open to any way I can serve. Right now, all of us[in the Trump family]are looking at how we can help.”

Maples and Trump married in 1993. However, by 1997, their marriage had fallen apart. Maples emerged from the dispute with a $2 million settlement in 1999.

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