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Ivanka: If Trump is re-elected, I might leave the White House

Source: xkb.com.au
[International News]     31 Dec 2019
As the "first daughter," Ivanka was repeatedly brought to the diplomatic scene by her father, Trump, and many media speculated that she, the current presidential adviser, had the possibility of further political participation. However, in an interview on the 27th, Ivanka said that even if Trump is re-elected, she will not necessarily remain at the White House. On the 27th, Ivanka spoke to CBS (CBS...

As the "first daughter," Ivanka was repeatedly brought to the diplomatic scene by her father, Trump, and many media speculated that she, the current presidential adviser, had the possibility of further political participation. However, in an interview on the 27th, Ivanka said that even if Trump is re-elected, she will not necessarily remain at the White House.

27, Ivanka spoke to CBS`s Face the Nation program about her experience following her father into the White House from 2017 and the possibility of going on to politics in the future.

In the interview, the program host asked Ivanka if she would remain in the White House if Trump was re-elected, but the latter wasn`t willing to reveal the real decision and instead said her future at Trump governance was "driven first by my children and their happiness."

Ivanka: If Trump is re-elected, I might leave the White House

Video screenshots of Ivanka in CBS program


"my decisions are always flexible enough to ensure that their [children`s] needs are given priority, so they will really bring me an answer."

Then Ivanka recalled the "bits and pieces" before and after she entered the White House:" I think it was for me to come here [the White House] for`influence`, and I met some forgotten people in the two years of the national campaign that I could help. In the last two and a half years, I have traveled almost every state in this country, which is the way to provide opportunities. "

"When I walked into the White House, I didn`t panic at all, as if I had been here a long time," she said, recalling the scene when she had just become an adviser to the president. "

However, it`s obviously different from when she first became a presidential adviser in 2017- CBS said Ivanka once said:" I came to Washington and told Jared [Ivanka`s husband] and children that I wanted to treat this experience like a`visitor`."

After recalling her recent experience in the White House, she called most of her work in the government department "unfinished" and said "we`ve done a lot but not enough." "

So do these "unfinished" tasks want her to continue to pursue her political ambitions?

"Politics isn`t really that interesting for me," Mr. Ivanka said. In this atmosphere of fighting, people just kill each other, which is purely partisan, but there are still a lot of positive factors and a lot of hope. "

While Ivanka didn`t reveal her future plans in the interview, it was clear that her experience as a presidential adviser over the past two years had not gone well. Many U.S. media have repeatedly criticized Ivanka and her husband, Kushner, for their role in government because of nepotism.

In the diplomatic field, the emergence of Ivanka has repeatedly caused embarrassment. At this year`s G20 summit, for example, Ivanka tried to step into the conversation of Lagarde, Macron, Teresa May and Trudeau, but their body movements and appearance showed that Ivanka was not popular.

Ivanka: If Trump is re-elected, I might leave the White House

Lagarde`s slight shake of head at Ivanka at G20 summit Video screenshots


In response, New York state Democratic woman congressman Alexander Okacio-Cortez said on Twitter:"(the performance of Ivanka) damaged the country`s diplomatic status."

And in dealing with domestic affairs, Ivanka`s performance is not exactly up to the mark - for example, in August, Ivanka`s Twitter tribute to Chicago`s shot not only got the wrong location but also the number of casualties. In response, the Democratic mayor of Chicago called his Twitter feed "a misleading" and said Ivanka "doesn`t care" about the violence.

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