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Marla Maples Open To Being Ex's VP

Marla Maples gets a kiss from Donald Trump at the stage door of the Palace Theater in New York following a performance of "Will Rogers Follies," Aug. 3, 1992. Maples, who plays the role of "Ziegfeld's Favorite" in the musical, took over the role in the Tony Award-winning show from Cady Huffman, who was nominated for a Tony for her part. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Marla Maples, the ex-wife of former President Trump, says she’s “open” to being his vice presidential pick.

“I’m open. I’m open to whatever way that I can serve,” Maples said in an interview with the U.K. publication, The Evening Standard, released Monday.

“Right now everyone [in the Trump family] is just seeing how we can help,” she said, when asked about potentially being the 45th president’s VP pick.

Trump has teased an announcement of his running mate choice in recent weeks, but Maples has not been among the names of reported contenders. Sources have told The Hill that the short list of potential vice presidential candidates includes GOP Sens. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and J.D. Vance (Ohio), and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum.

Maples and Trump were married from 1993 to 1999 — following a media frenzy amid the then-New York real estate developer’s split with his first wife, Ivana Trump — and are parents to daughter Tiffany Trump.

The 60-year-old actor kept a relatively low profile during her ex-husband’s 2016 White House bid.

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