Robert Trump ties the knot again08/16/2020
Robert is President Donald’s younger brother. Also former husband of Blaine Trump. He’s now another husband. Again. A new husband. The male line of Trumps do stay busy. Robert just quietly married his longtime love, Ann Marie Pallan. The brand-new husband and wife are now playing house in their Long Island country home. Robert does not relish p.r. attention. When after 25 years he and his first wife split, he instantly unsplit with this former secretary in the Trump organization who has now turned into his Mrs.
People are feeling green
Gov. Cuomo at Uncle Paul’s Pizza across from Grand Central. Awaiting his pie to-go, he got questions about coronavirus. Between smells of salami and provolone, he assured fellow eaters the state was prepared. More food. NYC’s Jue Lan Club opened Chicago’s Jue Lan Loft. Loving their Green Prawns (prawns come in green?), in bounced Cardi B — tight black ensemble, plunging neckline, railroad length nails. But . . . tragedy! No special 12-flavor secret sauce.
This Green Prawn special 12-flavor secret sauce had been overnighted from NYC. But more tragedy. It wasn’t yet delivered. Tracking, stopping, rerouting the truck took another two hours. Finally, all Green Prawn-logged and with its sauce, were recording artists Fabolous, Trey Songz, Jadakiss, Yo Gotti, Moneybagg Yo, 2 Chainz and Cardi’s husband, Migos star Offset.
Nom’s not in the bag for Bernie
Figuring Trump will beat him, make Bernieburgers out of him, and loathing his Fidel Castro-ism, Dem biggies who are fretting over their own finances do not want Booney Sanders, who swears he’ll give everybody everything free and leave anybody who had anything without it. They’re telling me he’ll lack the required delegate number. He’ll come in at 1,700 — not enough to put him over. Deals get made. Secret meetings result in the message: “Release your delegates. Vote for whomever you want.” He’s never had a job. He’s got somewhere in the ballpark of $3 million. How did that happen? How’s this talker really know how to do anything, when he’s really never done anything?
World of art
Miami. Art Wynwood. Carl Icahn bought a Joan Miró and shopped Informa’s superyacht show . . .
NYC. Ford Phillips and Robert Blumenthal’s art gallery East Projects exists in a 64th Street townhouse . . .
Speaking of art, in the Walter Reade Theater hangs a poster. It’s Fatty Arbuckle and the Keystone Players in “Fickle Fatty’s Fall.” Circa 1915.
A plain home
Petra Manor, the $20 million Malibu house me-me-Meghan and ho-hum Harry are salivating for, was built in 2015 on 1.75 acres. Once rented by Kylie Jenner. Built by former “Baywatch”er David Charvet on land owned by Mel Gibson. It’s got a pool, a tennis court, an outdoor bar, a wine cellar, a cinema and 12,249 square feet, enough space for their IOUs.
Coronavirus could cancel this summer’s Tokyo Olympics. Travel pros hear they should hold off. The official committee’s decision will be made three months in advance. Meanwhile, being told to not fret about a face mask. The real help is handwashing. Human beings reach out and touch everything — dishes, glasses, people, rails, barriers, etc. Health pros say: Wash your hands constantly, continually, often.
Buyer: “I bought this painting in Europe.” Dealer: “First, the good news. It’s an original Palagrini. Now, the bad news. Palagrini was a plumber.”
Only in New York, kids, only in New York.
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