Ivanka Trump, the former first daughter, has no political ambitions for the future, even after her father declared on Tuesday night that he would seek for office again in 2024.
Trump made a statement in what Fox News referred to as an “exclusive interview” that was verbatim a statement she made on social media at the same time Fox’s report went online.
”I love my father very much. This time around, I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating as a family. I do not plan to be involved in politics,” she said in a Fox News interview and a late-night Instagram post on Tuesday.
She told Fox exclusively, “While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside the political arena,” and she repeated it verbatim on Instagram.
Tuesday night’s gathering where former President Donald Trump declared his third run for office was joined by her husband Jared Kushner and her brother’s fiancee Kimberly Guilfoyle. Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump’s brother, were not present.
Tiffany Trump skipped her father’s announcement celebration at Mar-a-Lago because she got married during Veterans Day weekend.
Ivanka Trump told Fox that the decision, which she did not make recently, was heavily influenced by her children.
“They are at critical ages, and we are enjoying these moments with them,” she remarked. “We’re happy where we are right now, and we will continue to support my father — as his kids.”
Arabella, 11, Joseph, 9, and Theodore, 6, are the three children Ivanka Trump and Kushner have.
“This is where she’s been since she left Washington,” a source close to her informed Fox. “She felt she had served the country, and now she is going to focus on her family, and Jared felt the same.”
Ivanka continued, “I’m very proud of what I was able to accomplish,” adding that her choice had not been made “yesterday.”
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“I left it all on the field, and I don’t miss it,” she said.
During her time in the Trump administration, Ivanka worked to increase the size of the federal government under her father, including, Fox reported, “doubling the child tax credit” and expanding program such as “child care support, education workforce development and paid family leave.”
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