Mary Jordan The Washington Post

'Mary Jordan The Washington Post' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Wooden Statue Of Trump Pops Up In Slovenia, His Wife's Home Country
    World News | Kevin Sullivan, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday August 30, 2019
    President Donald Trump finally has a monument in Slovenia, his wife's home country. A wooden statue, nearly 25 feet tall, has suddenly popped up on private land in the village of Sela pri Kamniku, about 20 miles northeast of the capital, Ljubljana.
  • Melania Trump Wraps First Solo Trip Abroad In Egypt With Comments On Kavanaugh
    World News | Emily Heil, Sudarsan Raghavan, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Sunday October 7, 2018
    The visual was striking - Melania Trump stood in front of Egypt's Great Sphinx, doing something she rarely does: Speaking about the news of the day.
  • Melania Trump Urged Husband To End Family Separation Policy: Officials
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Thursday June 21, 2018
    First lady Melania Trump urged her husband to stop the policy of separating children from their parents on the border, according to White House officials.
  • How Melania Trump, A Slovenian Model, Scored 'Einstein Visa'
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 3, 2018
    In 2000, Melania Knauss, a Slovenian model dating Donald Trump, began petitioning the government for the right to permanently reside in the United States under a program reserved for people with "extraordinary ability."
  • Hope Hicks, The Quiet One In Trump's White House, Suddenly Feels The Glare
    World News | Mary Jordan, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Monday February 12, 2018
    Hope Hicks is suddenly frying under the spotlight of scandal, a central figure in two White House controversies - the Russian investigation and the departure of a senior White House aide accused of physically abusing two ex-wives.
  • French Women See 'Revenge' In Macron's Marriage To An Older Woman
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Thursday May 4, 2017
    Emmanuel Macron, the front-runner in Sunday's French presidential election, shares something with President Trump: a 24-year age gap with his wife. The difference is that Macron's wife is the older one.
  • Report: Melania Trump Worked In U.S. Without Proper Permit
    World News | Rosalind S. Helderman, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Sunday November 6, 2016
    Melania Trump, the wife of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and an immigrant from Slovenia, was paid for 10 modeling jobs in 1996 before she received legal authorization to work in the United States, the Associated Press reported Friday night.
  • Wooing Female Voters, Melania Trump Sounds Like The Un-Donald Trump
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday November 4, 2016
    Melania Trump promised to work against cyberbullying and for a more civil society as first lady in a speech here Thursday, saying "our culture has gotten too mean and too rough" - sounding nothing at all like her husband, whose history of insults and name-calling is a central part of his candidacy for president.
  • Ivanka Trump Introduces Her Father - With A Personal Appeal To Women
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday July 22, 2016
    Ivanka Trump said she is neither Republican nor Democrat and promised that her father would push for equal pay for women and better child care.
  • Trump's Children Have His Ear
    World News | Mary Jordan, Jose A. DelReal, The Washington Post | Thursday June 23, 2016
    On the 26th floor of Trump Tower in Manhattan, Secret Service agents stand guard at the elevator to keep all but a handful of people away from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. But on this spring afternoon, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner breezes right through to Trump's corner office, not long after his oldest son just left.
  • From Playboy To President: Trump's Past Crude Sex Talk Collides With White House Bid
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 10, 2016
    Over 15 years, radio shock jock Howard Stern and his buddy Donald Trump periodically carried on like towel-snapping "bros" in a locker room, rating women's tops and bottoms, debating whether oral sex is "important," and egging each other on about whether they would like to go to bed with a number of people, from Cindy Crawford to Diane Sawyer.

'Mary Jordan The Washington Post' - 11 News Result(s)

  • Wooden Statue Of Trump Pops Up In Slovenia, His Wife's Home Country
    World News | Kevin Sullivan, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday August 30, 2019
    President Donald Trump finally has a monument in Slovenia, his wife's home country. A wooden statue, nearly 25 feet tall, has suddenly popped up on private land in the village of Sela pri Kamniku, about 20 miles northeast of the capital, Ljubljana.
  • Melania Trump Wraps First Solo Trip Abroad In Egypt With Comments On Kavanaugh
    World News | Emily Heil, Sudarsan Raghavan, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Sunday October 7, 2018
    The visual was striking - Melania Trump stood in front of Egypt's Great Sphinx, doing something she rarely does: Speaking about the news of the day.
  • Melania Trump Urged Husband To End Family Separation Policy: Officials
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Thursday June 21, 2018
    First lady Melania Trump urged her husband to stop the policy of separating children from their parents on the border, according to White House officials.
  • How Melania Trump, A Slovenian Model, Scored 'Einstein Visa'
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Saturday March 3, 2018
    In 2000, Melania Knauss, a Slovenian model dating Donald Trump, began petitioning the government for the right to permanently reside in the United States under a program reserved for people with "extraordinary ability."
  • Hope Hicks, The Quiet One In Trump's White House, Suddenly Feels The Glare
    World News | Mary Jordan, Josh Dawsey, The Washington Post | Monday February 12, 2018
    Hope Hicks is suddenly frying under the spotlight of scandal, a central figure in two White House controversies - the Russian investigation and the departure of a senior White House aide accused of physically abusing two ex-wives.
  • French Women See 'Revenge' In Macron's Marriage To An Older Woman
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Thursday May 4, 2017
    Emmanuel Macron, the front-runner in Sunday's French presidential election, shares something with President Trump: a 24-year age gap with his wife. The difference is that Macron's wife is the older one.
  • Report: Melania Trump Worked In U.S. Without Proper Permit
    World News | Rosalind S. Helderman, Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Sunday November 6, 2016
    Melania Trump, the wife of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and an immigrant from Slovenia, was paid for 10 modeling jobs in 1996 before she received legal authorization to work in the United States, the Associated Press reported Friday night.
  • Wooing Female Voters, Melania Trump Sounds Like The Un-Donald Trump
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday November 4, 2016
    Melania Trump promised to work against cyberbullying and for a more civil society as first lady in a speech here Thursday, saying "our culture has gotten too mean and too rough" - sounding nothing at all like her husband, whose history of insults and name-calling is a central part of his candidacy for president.
  • Ivanka Trump Introduces Her Father - With A Personal Appeal To Women
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Friday July 22, 2016
    Ivanka Trump said she is neither Republican nor Democrat and promised that her father would push for equal pay for women and better child care.
  • Trump's Children Have His Ear
    World News | Mary Jordan, Jose A. DelReal, The Washington Post | Thursday June 23, 2016
    On the 26th floor of Trump Tower in Manhattan, Secret Service agents stand guard at the elevator to keep all but a handful of people away from Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. But on this spring afternoon, Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner breezes right through to Trump's corner office, not long after his oldest son just left.
  • From Playboy To President: Trump's Past Crude Sex Talk Collides With White House Bid
    World News | Mary Jordan, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 10, 2016
    Over 15 years, radio shock jock Howard Stern and his buddy Donald Trump periodically carried on like towel-snapping "bros" in a locker room, rating women's tops and bottoms, debating whether oral sex is "important," and egging each other on about whether they would like to go to bed with a number of people, from Cindy Crawford to Diane Sawyer.
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