The latest member of the Trump family to file an application for a trademark is Ivana Trump, ex-wife of the US President. Married to Donald Trump from 1977 to 1992, Ivana is about to release her fourth book in October, entitled “Raising Trump.” She is the mother to Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump.
In June, Ivana filed trademark applications with the USPTO for “Ivana Trump” for books, business services, and entertainment services (including a television and radio show and motion picture and video film production). The former model and businesswoman already owns several trademarks, including one for eyeglasses and another for Ivanatrump.com, which currently redirects to Simon & Schuster, whose Gallery Books imprint is publishing her forthcoming book.
The latest news on other Trump trademarks, according to CBS News, is that the Indonesian Directorate-General of Intellectual Property has given preliminary approval for trademarks to “Trump” and “Trump International” to the Trump Organization. The Trump trademark covers education, conference facilities, model management, and online gambling. The Trump International trademark covers hotel and real estate services. Trump and his daughter Ivanka have six more trademark applications pending in Indonesia.