Trump Wants Ivanka and Jared at His 2024 Presidential Announcement

Trump Wants Ivanka and Jared at His 2024 Presidential Announcement

According to Business Insider Former President Donald Trump tried and failed to persuade Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner to join him for his campaign announcement, according to The New York Post. 

An unnamed source told the paper that the couple was “holding firm” after Trump spent much of the weekend coaxing them at Mar-a-Lago, as the family gathered for Tiffany Trump’s lavish wedding. 

Trump is expected to announce his third presidential run on at Mar-a-Lago on Tuesday evening.

He teased the announcement on Truth Social with a post Tuesday morning saying: “Hopefully TODAY will turn out to be one of the most important days in the history of our Country!”

The Post’s source said that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were not the only ones who were not enthusiastic about the president’s announcement. Many in the Republican Party are said to be worried about the impact Trump will have on the 2022 midterms and the 2024 presidential election.

Trump’s decision to run again is reportedly causing tension within the family, with some members feeling that he is “embarrassing” them.

The former president is said to be aware of the negative reaction from some members of his family, but is “undeterred” and believes he has “a real shot” at winning the presidency.

In an interview with Fox News last month, Ivanka Trump said she was “100 percent” behind her father’s decision to run again, and that she would “be there to support him in whatever way he needs.”

Jared Kushner has not publicly commented on Trump’s announcement.


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