Daughter Ivanka wants to stay out, Donald Jr. missed the announcement, Melania “isn’t happy”
This is how the Trump clan reacted to the candidacy
Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he will run for president in 2024. But not all family members are happy about it. Daughter Ivanka Trump wants to stay out of politics in the future, and his wife Melania Trump is not “unhappy” either.
He wants to make America “great again”: Donald Trump in his statement at Mar-a-Lago.
“To make America great and great again, tonight I am announcing my candidacy for President of the United States,” former President Donald Trump, 76, said on Tuesday. The stage was built at his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, which will also be his campaign headquarters.
But some familiar faces from the Trump family were missing from the audience of around 1,000. While former first lady Melania Trump, 52, his sons Barron Trump, 16, and Eric Trump, 38, and his partner Lara Trump, 40, attended the speech in the front row, daughter Ivanka Trump, 41, stayed behind as she made the announcement. her Far From Father — unlike her husband Jared Kushner, 41, and their two sons.
Ivanka Trump “doesn’t want to get involved in politics”
She said on Twitter late Tuesday that she had no intention of “interfering in politics.” “I love my father very much,” she writes. But: “This time I want to prioritize my young children and the private life we are building as a family.”
The former “first daughter” and her husband, Kushner, have played key roles in the Trump administration — and have been heavily criticized for carrying out their administration duties. They are accused of violating federal anti-nepotism regulations when it comes to critical email traffic and of taking on sweeping political assignments despite their lack of expertise.
A source told the NY Post that the couple felt they had been “burnt” in Washington and did not want to expose themselves or the children again. Other sources told the paper that Donald Trump spent part of his daughter Tiffany’s wedding last weekend trying to persuade Ivanka Trump to attend his announcement and present a united family front — to no avail. She concluded on Twitter: “I am grateful to have had the privilege of serving the American people and will always be proud of the many accomplishments of our administration.”
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There was also Donald Jr. Trump
In addition to sister Ivanka, apparently the most ardent supporter of Donald Trump, his eldest son and namesake Donald Jr. Trump (44), unlike his partner Kimberly Guilfoyle (53), noticed his absence in Mar-a-Lago. . According to the article, he failed to return in time from hunting in the western United States. However, he was very active on social media. He posted several video clips of his father’s speech and a photo of Joe Biden, 79, quoting Trump: “Joe Biden is the face of left-wing failure and corruption in Washington.”
Donald Jr. Trump is a heavyweight in his father’s political push, representing the former president at campaign events and rallies and regularly defending him on social media. Also on Tuesday, he echoed his father’s words, announcing, “We’re going to put America first again!”
Melania Trump ‘not happy’
However, the former president does not receive such support from all family members. CNN correspondent and author of “Free, Melania: The Unauthorized Biography” says Melania Trump is “not happy” at the moment.
News about her after the mid-term election is said to have increased her displeasure. “Being in the news is not something Melania Trump likes,” Bennett said in a CNN post. (Hi)
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