Marla Maples is ready to jump in and help ex-husband Donald Trump – and she’s ALL IN

Former President Donald J. Trump’s ex-wife Marla Maples said that she’s “not sitting back anymore” and is ready to do what she can to help his campaign.

In a rare interview, her first in eight years, the 60-year-old actress told the U.K.-based outlet The Evening Standard that she’s willing to pitch in on behalf of her former husband and would even be willing to serve as his vice president if asked.

Maples, who’s the mother of Tiffany Trump, told the outlet that her willingness to help out hasn’t been affected by the lawfare campaign against the presumptive GOP nominee.

“I’m ready. I am available if needed and I’m not sitting back anymore,” she said. “I want to step out more, share more, and not be afraid of positive or negative outcomes that come from speaking out.”

“I’ve never been a fan of politics. I see how it can separate and divide us,” she told the outlet. “At the same time, I found myself in the throes of it,” saying that while their daughter helped Trump win 2016, she stayed out of it, “My role was to give Tiffany strength.”

“I’m open. I’m open to whatever way that I can serve,” she said when asked about whether she’d be up to serving as her former hubby’s veep if asked.

Maples also remarked on the lawfare schemes of columnist E. Jean Carroll who was awarded $83 million by a New York City jury in her defamation lawsuit against Trump who she claims raped her in a department store dressing room in the 1990s.

“I do know my daughter’s father well enough to know that he’s never had to push himself on another person. He’s always had women throw themselves on him instead,” she said. “I don’t believe there was a crime done.”

She was also skeptical about another New York City lawfare case of note, the rigged trial over alleged “hush money” payments to pornographic movie “actress” Stormy Daniels, a case that ended up with Trump being convicted of multiple felony counts in a dubiously constructed case brought by Soros-backed Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, with almost certain help from Joe Biden’s Justice Department.

“They love these little sexy stories. We have a country that is failing. Our cities are not protected,” Maples said. “How do we make people feel safe again? That’s more important than having these lawsuits that are not affecting any of us today.”

She was also critical of Biden and his bullying of Americans into getting the jab.

“I’m not a fan of forcing people to take an injection. They wouldn’t tell people what was in it. I think that’s horrific,” she said. “A lot of people are sick because of the COVID vaccine. Many people died that didn’t need to die,” she said.

“Someone would have to ask my ex-husband about that,” she laughingly told The Weekly Standard when asked about the rumors that she could be Trump’s VP pick which has yet to be announced. “I’m open. I’m open to whatever way that I can serve. Right now everyone [in the Trump family] is just seeing how we can help,” she said.

Chris Donaldson


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