Florida woman divorces former Palm Beach State Attorney because he didn't support Trump



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Lynn Aronberg, a self-described "staunch supporter of President Trump," says she divorced her husband, former Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg, in part because he does not support Trump.

According to the Tampa Bay Times, the former Dolphins cheerleader-turned-public relations consultant publicly outlined her divorce in a press release, saying that the political rift in their relationship made her feel "increasingly isolated in the marriage."

The 37-year-old says she is getting a $100,000 settlement, including a new BMW and $40,000 in cash.

Gossip Extra
says the couple signed the settlement over drinks this week.

The two were married in May of 2015 on St. Pete Beach.

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