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Ivanka Trump resisted Donald Trump's request to support him in his campaign

Ivanka Trump resisted Donald Trump’s request to support him in his campaign

Former President of the United States Donald trump He wants to run again for the Republicans in the 2024 presidential election. That quit trump Tuesday evening (local time) during a show at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate. “The resurgence of America begins now,” the 76-year-old told invited guests in one of the halls. trump The 2020 election was against the Democrat Joe Biden Lost. his electoral defeat trump Not awarded to this day.

Trump’s daughter Ivanka, who worked with him as an official consultant during his tenure, was said to be no longer interested in working with him again, according to media reports. The New York Post He writes, for example, that Trump tried to get hold of her and her son-in-law Jared Kushner On the sidelines of his youngest daughter’s wedding Tiffany to get back on the plane. “Trump thought he could get Ivanka to come back and campaign for him this weekend because she was his most sought-after speaker last time,” she said. Mail unnamed source. But they “resisted” his requests. “They both feel like they got burned in Washington. They don’t want a repeat of that and put themselves and their children through another bitter campaign,” the source continued.

Ivanka Trump: Family first

Another person close to Trump confirmed this CNNThat Ivanka “never wants to go back to this life.” “She knows at this point that nothing is serving her or her family.” Ivanka herself wrote in a now-defunct Instagram post: “I love my dad very much. But this time I’m choosing to prioritize my young children and the personal life we’re building as a family. I don’t plan to go into politics. I love and support my dad and will continue to do so outside of the political arena.” I am grateful to have had the honor of serving the American people and will always be proud of what our administration has achieved.”

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