Sometime in June, two months after Trump’s wedding to Ivana, a Czech intelligence informant reports to his superiors that Trump married Ivana under a prenup agreement that required them to produce three children (Donald Jr., Ivana, and Eric) and guaranteed $1 million to Ivana if the marriage fails.
In that same report, the Czech agent says Trump’s company (Trump Organization) is financially protected by a personal relationship with the president (most likely Jimmy Carter but possibly Gerald Ford) and “the fact that he is completely tax-exempt for the next 30 years.”
The StB’s operation is also tied to Soviet Russia’s KGB, though Trump doesn’t become a target for the KGB for a couple more years.
Background: Documents obtained through an information request and released by Germany newspaper BILD following the 2016 election reveal previously unknown kompromat (compromising material) on Donald Trump. The source: Ivana’s former home, the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (CSSR), now known as the Czech Republic.
Craig Unger, American Kompromat p.39
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