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Regina Trump George was born in New York City, New York on April 5th of 1937. She is most notably known for being the sister of current U.S. president Donald J. Trump and twin sister of the eldest of the Trump Family, Maryanne Trump Barry.

Early Life

The Trump Family was formally known to have five siblings, Maryanne, Fred Jr., Elizabeth, Robert, and, of course, Donald Trump. But in 2013, Donald Trump had shared a picture on his Twitter account of a picture of him and Regina with the caption, George,

Donald (@realDonaldTrump). “The Return of the Queen. Yaaaaasss Queen.” 3 May 2013, 4:19 p.m. Tweet.

It was reported by CNN, who held and interview with Donald Trump, that Regina Trump had been exiled from the family due to “unladylike behavior.” Trump recalled the moments when Regina would spank him and his brothers when they would misbehave, and when she was bored.

Professional Career

Regina Trump George is currently the co-owner of the Los Angeles Lakers franchise of the National Basketball Association. She first bought out the team in 1979 from, then owner Jack Kent Cooke, and partnered with Dr. Jerry Buss to co-own the Lakers franchise.

Personal Life

Regina is currently married to William George (m. 1958 – present) and has three children, Ronaldo, Diana, and Bernie.

Public Profile

In 2015, an image was found on the internet of Regina Trump in Louisiana, participating in a campaign event for Bernie Sanders. She was seen, multiple times, as a participant in Bernie Sander’s presidential campaign, constantly revealing her tattoo of the slogan “Can you feel the Bern?”

In 2017, Regina Trump George had become an internet sensation when she appeared on an interview, on Fox News Channel, with Chris Wallace, an employee of Fox News Channel. In the interview, Regina had showed a video of her and her three brothers, when they were young. In the video, Regina had filmed herself making her brothers complete tasks and “tricks” to receive snacks. She constantly referred to them as “doggy” and “animals.” The day after the interview, Regina had tweeted an apology directed towards America, stating,

George, Regina (@imnachochez). “Hello America. I look back at my interview, and I look back at the video that I’ve exposed to the world and I can’t help but reflect on my past. It was hella fun, but I realize now that I’ve made my brother into what he is now. Afraid of women. I know a lot of you look at him now and call him sexist, or a bigot. But I hope that you would understand that he acts out of trauma and fear, of me. Sorry America. Sorry bro. Peace.” 17 November 2017, 8:36 p.m. Tweet.

As of yet, there have been no reports of Donald Trump responding to Regina's comments.