Another Trump Divorce?

Lynn and David Aronberg are calling it quits!  Their marriage, that is.

The Aronbergs are a semi-high profile power couple who have recently decided to divorce.  The proceedings have been dubbed the “Trump Divorce” and its possibly the first time ever that a sitting president has been named in divorce papers as being the catalyst for the split.

A former NFL cheerleader’s split from her state attorney husband is described as the “Trump Divorce,” according to an unusual press release from the woman’s PR firm.

The release notes that Dave Aronberg, the state attorney for Palm Beach County in Florida, is a Democrat, and describes his wife, Lynn Aronberg, a fomer Miami Dolphins cheerleader, as “a staunch Republican and supporter of President Donald Trump” who “said she felt increasingly isolated in the marriage.” 

The statement, released Thursday, describes the split as the “Trump Divorce” and also cites personal and financial details of the divorce settlement. 

The statement notes that Dave Aronberg is considering a run for the U.S. House of Representatives.
At one point, Lynn Aronberg was about to dip into the GOP legal ranks for help with the divorce, according to the statement. 

“When the divorce seemed to be stalling last month, Lynn started interviewing nationally famous divorce lawyers and one, Larry Klayman, the right wing founder of Freedom Watch and Judicial Watch, was ready to pounce until the former lovebirds settled,” the statement reads. 

Lynn Aronberg said she does not believe the release of personal and financial information from the divorce will have any political impact on her ex-husband. 

So, did you hear that Florida?  This guy, David Aronberg who dumped his wife because she was an ardent Trump supporter, is contemplating a run for the U.S. House of Representatives!  Remember that name.  That will be coming up in approximately a year.  There are currently 16 Republicans and 11 Democrats.

As for Lynn, make sure if you need any public relations services, you contact her firm.




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