Ivanka Out: Trump’s Second Term to Exclude Kushners

Former President Donald Trump just revealed that his eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, will not serve in his administration if he wins a second term in office, according to Breitbart. The former President made this statement during an interview with Fox News host Bret Baier, where he expressed that his family members have been through “hell.”

Trump elaborated that his family, including Eric, has been subjected to false subpoenas resulting from Trump running for President. Ivanka even had to close down her successful clothing line because of the political attention she was receiving.

Ivanka and Jared have been absent from Trump’s campaign events since he launched his re-election bid in November 2022. Meanwhile, Don Jr. and Eric, with their significant others, are still visible and vocal in supporting their father.

Ivanka and Jared have been senior advisers throughout Trump’s first term in office from 2017-2021, with Kushner focusing on diplomacy across the Middle East, and Ivanka focusing on various women’s issues domestically and internationally.

Ivanka made it clear in 2021 that she would not re-engage in politics and would continue supporting her father outside the political arena. Ivanka and Jared have been living in Miami, raising their three children and staying out of politics. Although they are “used to controversy,” they still interact and remain a close family with the Trumps.

In conclusion, the liberal media will undoubtedly spin this story to discredit the Trump family, but the truth is that Ivanka and Jared are choosing to remain out of politics while focusing on their family. This proves that they value integrity, priorities, and loyalty to the family over political attention.

Written by Staff Reports

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