Ivanka Trump reveals the real reason she won’t support Donald Trump’s bid for the White House in 2024

For many years, Ivanka Trump has collaborated with her father. She had a key role in Donald Trump’s deal-making negotiations, and as soon as he assumed office, his eldest daughter was, of course, given a position within his company.

Ivanka, a mother of three, and her husband, Jared Kushner, reside in Miami and have a luxury lifestyle in Florida. But since the former president declared his candidacy for government in 2024, the Trump family’s goal of a second term in the White House may come true.

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However, not everybody appears to be on board. Ivanka announced rather unexpectedly that she wouldn’t be taking part in the announcement as Donald was making it.

Undoubtedly accustomed to the limelight, Ivanka Trump. Her father has been a well-known businessman and TV personality her entire life. Of course, he most recently held the office of 45th President of the United States.

Ivanka and her siblings attended prestigious schools as a result of the high standards in their family, and they later pursued successful careers within the vast Trump organization.


She was a consultant who concentrated on “the economic empowerment of women and their families through education and entrepreneurship as well as job creation and workforce development.”

Ivanka Trump faced harsh criticism after serving in the White House with her father for four years.

Ivanka’s company was charged in August 2020 with “improperly leveraging the power of the White House for private profit” by a San Francisco clothing company.

Employees of her company allegedly promoted the business “by exploiting the power and prestige of the White House for personal gain,” including “piggy-backing promotion” of the company’s products at official events, according to a lawsuit filed in the California Superior Court, as reported by USA Today.


The case, according to John Coffee, a professor at Columbia Law School in New York City, “wasn’t very strong,” he told USA Today.

Now, in the present, Donald Trump is vying for a second term in the Oval Office. On November 15, he declared his intention to run for president in 2024.

From his Mar-a-Lago waterfront estate in Florida, where his campaign will also have its headquarters, Trump declared his candidacy for president of the United States. “I am doing this to make America great and glorious again,” he said.

“We were a great nation two years ago, and we will soon be a great one once more. This is not going to be my campaign; this is going to be our campaign as a whole.


I have no doubt that by 2024, it will be regrettably much worse, and people will plainly see what has happened to and is occurring to our country – and the vote will be very different, according to Trump.

Except for Tiffany Trump, almost all of Donald Trump’s children were involved in his first Presidency. Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. all worked for him before he started his presidential campaign. They most likely will participate again this time.

One individual, though, won’t attend at all. Ivanka Trump has made it clear that she has no interest in participating in her father’s campaign. Ivanka shared a statement about the situation on social media.

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“I adore my father dearly. This time, I’ve made the decision to put my young children’s needs and the private life we’re building as a family first. Ivanka Trump, who did not attend her father’s press conference, stated, “I do not intend to be involved in politics.

“While I will always love and support my father, I will do it in a non-political manner moving forward. I am appreciative of the opportunity to serve the American people, and I will always be proud of the accomplishments of our Administration.

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Trump reportedly tried to convince Ivanka and Jared to support him in his campaign but was unsuccessful, according to a New York Post source.

Ivanka was the second-most requested speaker after the president himself during the previous campaign, and Trump believed he could persuade her to return this weekend and support him, according to the source.

“However, Jared and she have both resisted his advances so far. Both of them believe they were burned in Washington and don’t want to return there and subject themselves and their kids to yet another divisive campaign.

Ivanka Trump told Fox News shortly after the announcement that she and her father remained close friends.

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As for her work at the White House and what she “was able to do,” she added that she is “extremely proud” of it.

That hasn’t changed and never will, she said. I’ve played a variety of roles throughout the years, but being a daughter is one of the most fundamental and important. I’m enjoying spending time with my children, living in Miami, and having more freedom and privacy now that I’m back in the private sector. Ivanka said, “This has been one of the best times of my life. My husband and I are content with where we are right now, and we will continue to support my father as his children.

Ivanka Trump also claimed that she “never wanted to enter politics.” And only time will tell if Donald Trump’s daughter will play any role in his presidency in 2024.

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