Biographers believe that Melania Trump will not leave Donald Trump, even after everything that he has put her through with his rumored affair with Stormy Daniels. Critics also say that while they hope that the First Lady mocks Trump following his recent election loss, Trump and Melania have a lot more in common than most people might think.

According to former presidential attorney Michael Cohen, Melania Trump will stay with Trump either out of love or because of the transactional nature of their relationship. He also agreed that she and her husband are on the same boat, although it may often not seem like it.

“I don’t think Melania leaves Donald,” said Cohen. “She’s very willingly complicit in his schemes and holds his beliefs as her own. Those two deserve each other,” he added, saying despite their apparent personality differences, Melania and Donald Trump are “remarkably in sync.”

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, Melania Trump’s former friend and White House aide, said Melania and Trump’s perceived differences are all “part of the show.” “She’s always been the quiet. He’s been the loud. She’s been the soft. He’s been the hard. They play off one another. It’s part of the relationship that makes it work,” she said.

“The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump” author Mary Jordan also supported Wolkoff’s claims when she wrote, “Maybe Melania is similar to America. A big part of her admires Donald Trump, even if another part of her is appalled by him.”

Since Trump lost in the 2020 elections, memes about how Melania Trump will soon dump her husband have made the rounds on social media. Speculations are also rife that Melania will serve Trump with divorce papers soon. Jimmy Kimmel even presented a spoof of “The Bachelorette” starring the First Lady recently, showing her stepping out of a limo to meet a bunch of romantic suitors.

Before the Nov. 3 elections, Omarosa Manigault Newman, a former White House aide, claimed that Melania was “counting every minute” and waiting until Joe Biden’s inauguration before serving Trump with divorce papers. In a separate interview, divorce attorney Jacqueline Newman also said Melania Trump would receive a $50-million divorce settlement if she makes their split formal.

Melania Trump Melania Trump (R) greets her husband Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri. This is the second of three presidential debates scheduled prior to the November 8th election. Getty Images