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Report: Teresa Giudice Asked Donald Trump To Pardon Joe Giudice In 2016; Won’t Move Daughters To Italy

More than anything, it’s safe to assume that Teresa Giudice wants some privacy for her family these days. Unfortunately, that’s just not going to happen. A judge declared that her husband Joe Giudice will be deported to Italy after finishing out his prison sentence in March 2019. Sure, he still has 30 days to appeal the decision, but Teresa actually tried to lighten his initial sentence before he event went in.

Apparently Teresa reached out to Donald Trump, who she knows through her stint on Celebrity Apprentice, to help her man back in 2016. That did not work out, but will she end up trying again?

According to sources who spoke to TMZ, Teresa asked Trump to write a letter vouching for Joe to get a lighter sentence back in 2016 before Donald was elected President. Clearly this did not work, but apparently the letter went to his office, and not the man himself.

 Joe Giudice To Be Deported After Prison

In another TMZ article, sources claim that Teresa is NOT willing to move her four daughters to Italy if her husband does end up getting deported. The source said Teresa “has zero interest in uprooting their 4 daughters to a country where they have no friends and have never lived. We’re told Teresa says moving them outta the country would be a culture shock and completely change their lives.” Fair enough. These kids have already been through enough.

That same source also pointed out “Teresa and the kids haven’t visited Joe in prison in a while.” How long is “a while”?

Editor’s note: please don’t turn the comments into a political shit show. We try VERY hard to keep this a place to escape from the controversy and negativity surrounding politics, but this time it was a bit unavoidable since this RHONJ story was intertwined with the President. Thanks so much for your understanding!

TELL US- DO YOU THINK JOE WILL GET DEPORTED? WILL JOE & TERESA’S MARRIAGE SURVIVE IF HE IS DEPORTED? SHOULD THE FAMILY MOVE TO ITALY?

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