Amalija Knavs: See what killed Donald Trump’s mother-in-law

Former United States President, Donald Trump, on January 9, 2024, lost his mother-in-law, Amalija Knavs to the cold hands of death.

Knavs died at the age of 78.

She worked as a farmer and a textile pattern marker.

Born in Austria, just after the conclusion of the European theatre of World War II, in July 1945, young Knavs was raised in the state to the south of Germany before migrating to Slovenia with her parents.

She was married to Viktor Knavs in 1966 and the union produced two children, Ines (1968) and Melania (1970). She became a citizen of the United States in 2018 via chain migration.

In 2017, Melania Trump made history as the first presidential wife to be born outside of the United States since Louisa Adams in 1825.

The announcement 

The sad demise of Knavs was announced by Trump’s wife, Melania Trump herself via a post on her official X handle.

She described her late mother as a strong woman who always carried herself with grace and dignity.

“It is with deep sadness that I announce the passing of my beloved mother, Amalija,” Melania Trump wrote in a statement on X, formerly known as Twitter.

She continued, “Amalija Knavs was a strong woman who always carried herself with grace, warmth, and dignity.

“She was entirely devoted to her husband, daughters, grandson, and son-in-law. We will miss her beyond measure and continue to honor and love her legacy,” she concluded.

cause of death

Based on comments from the former-President of the United States, Melania’s mother died due to illness.

It is however unclear yet as of which specific type took her life.

It will remain to be seen how often Melania will accompany her husband on any presidential campaigns in the upcoming weeks, or whether her husband will even postpone any events.

“Melania – great first lady, so popular, the people love her,” Donald Trump said at a New Year’s Eve celebration.

He added, “She’s now in a hospital with her mother. Her mother, Amalija, is very ill, but hopefully she’ll be recovering.”
“But she’s been very ill. So, I just want to say ‘hello’ to the first lady – we just spoke, down in Miami, great hospital – and hopefully they’ll be ok.
“But it’s a tough one, it’s a very tough one. She knows probably about 95% of the people in this room. We just want to wish Amalija that she gets better as quickly as possible.”

Donald Trump expressed his condolences on his Truth Social media platform.

He described it as a “very sad night” for the Trump family.

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