Trump’s younger brother, Robert Trump, passed away at age 71 from an undisclosed disease

Trump’s younger sibling, Robert Trump, passed away on Saturday night at age 71. Robert Trump had been experiencing treatment for an undisclosed disease at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in Manhattan as of late.

The more youthful Trump, an alum of Boston University, started his profession on Wall Street working in corporate finance. He later joined the family’s privately-owned company and was a top Trump Organization executive. His separation from Blaine Trump in 2008 drew gossip-page headlines. In any case, Robert Trump infrequently drew consideration from the news media.

Lately, Robert Trump made the news by driving the Trump family’s ineffective lawful battle to bar the publication of “Too Much and Never Enough,” by his niece Mary Trump. As of late, he was making the most of his retirement in the Hudson Valley. Robert Trump was the most youthful of land engineer Fred Trump’s five youngsters.