The FBI at the turn of the last century investigated Trump’s first wife, Ivana. Security forces were interested in his possible connection to communist Czechoslovakia’s counterintelligence, writes Bloomberg.
The publication notes that the investigation lasted about two years, the documents were classified, writes RBC.
The investigation of Ivana Trump began in 1989 after receiving information from an agency source. The document notes that the charges may stem from “envy of his wealth and fame”.
The scouts became interested in the details of Ivana’s migration from Czechoslovakia to Austria and then to Canada.
Investigators drew attention to court records from his divorce from Trump, which took place in 1990. Scouts were looking for a man who was engaged in fictitious marriages and likely associated with Trump’s ex-wife.
It is reported that there were no official charges against Ivana.
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