Just recently, we reported on the claims that Donald Trump’s eldest daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner refused to participate in the scandal-ridden ex-president’s big 2024 campaign launch announcement at his equally scandal-ridden Mar-a-Lago resort that took place this week on the heels of the failed “Red Wave” midterm election — despite the fact that both of them played very large, key roles in her father’s first presidential administration, as senior advisors to the president.
The general consensus was that the former First Daughter simply just wanted to get away from the spotlight and focus more on her family — something both Ivanka and Jared both appeared to start laying the groundwork for before her father even officially moved out of the White House following his brutal 2020 loss.
But according to one inside source, there is so much more to Ivanka’s decision to essentially turn her back on her own father and his political aspirations than what meets the eye from the surface.
According to a report from the New York Post, Ivanka Trump is sick to death of the drama and toxicity that comes with her father’s political lifestyle, and more specifically, she’s sick to death of the way it’s affecting her own personal life.
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One inside source told the publication that Ivanka “hated all the criticism and the threats, and was unhappy about how a lot of their friends turned their back on them.”
The source went on to add that Trump’s eldest daughter feels like her father’s third consecutive White House run will be “bad for her family… and negative in general in her circle of friends.”
The insider says Ivanka “wants as normal a life as she can arrange for her and her family… she’s unhappy about becoming a political target.”
Trump’s eldest daughter was regularly targeted during her father’s presidential term, primarily because of the high-level roles she and her husband were employed in, despite having absolutely no experience or qualifications for those positions.
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