U. S President Donald Trump Loses Brother

Donald Trump (left) and his late brother Robert Trump

Death has laid its hands on the younger sibling of American President Donald Trump. Robert Trump, aged 72 died on Saturday fifteenth August, 2020 at a New York emergency clinic.

The U.S President called his brother’s medical clinic room late on Saturday to check up on he was doing but tragically, it was late- – Robert was no more. However, it isn’t certain whether Donald Trump had a connection with his brother or Robert Trump’s condition permitted him to speak via telephone with the President or not.

According to the President, on Friday fourteenth August, 2020, he made a beeline to see his brother as he was going through a tough time, before he eventually passed on.

The President appeared disheartened by the loss of his brother on Saturday and stated:

“It is with heavy heart I share that my wonderful brother, Robert, peacefully passed away tonight. He was not just my brother, he was my best friend. He will be greatly missed, but we will meet again. His memory will live on in my heart forever. Robert, I love you. Rest in peace,”.

Details have not been given yet for the burial service. Details of Robert Trump’s death have not been released yet. As per sources, he had been wiped out for a while. Meanwhile, Donald Trump has declined all reports and has declared he will give most recent information on his brother’s sickness and death.

Robert Trump was recently hospitalized in June with an undisclosed serious condition, as indicated by reports. He had been sick and hospitalized a few times over the most recent three months.

Robert Trump

The late Robert Trump had filled in as th Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization. Some portion of his obligations included directing the organization’s Atlantic City casino.

Robert Trump was born in 1948 and was one of four kin to the President, including the late Fred Trump, Jr. He was married to Ann Marie Pallan. Prior to his demise, Robert Trump lived in Millbrook, New York, in the Hudson Valley.

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