Ivanka Trump has made it clear that she would not support her father’s third presidential campaign, and sources tell the New York Post that she is simply fed up with the turmoil that comes with being active in politics.
Ivanka “hated all the criticism and the threats, and was unhappy about how many of their friends turned their back on them,” one insider told the Washington Post.
The source added that Ivanka felt a third White House run would be “bad for her family… and negative in general in her circle of friends.”
Ivanka “wants as normal a life as she can arrange for her and her family… she’s unhappy about becoming a political target,” another source shared.
Despite the fact that neither Ivanka Trump nor her husband Jared Kushner had any prior political experience, they were both hired by her father to serve as advisers in his White House, and as a result, they were frequently the object of criticism.
Since the conclusion of Trump’s administration, she and Kushner have maintained low political profiles, while Kushner has drawn attention by getting sizable investments from foreign nations like Saudi Arabia, where he undertook considerable diplomatic work while serving in the Trump White House.