- Ivanka Trump has plans to attend US President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration scheduled on January 20.
- A White Home insider has revealed that “Ivanka is worried that her promising political career is in jeopardy.
- On the other hand, another White House source has denied that she holds plans to attend the inauguration.
In a bid to ‘save her promising political career’, US President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump has plans to attend US President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration scheduled on January 20, although her father stands against her decision.
According to an exclusive news report published in Daily Mail, a White House insider has revealed that “Ivanka is fearful that her promising political profession is in jeopardy and he or she’s doing no matter she will to avoid wasting her status”.
The source further delved into details, revealing that Ivanka is under the impression that by attending Biden’s inauguration she would come across as ‘being a good sport and will gain future supporters’.
“She stated she has to guard her personal political aspirations and is not about to muck all of it up by attending her dad’s 2024 marketing campaign kick-off which is about for a similar day. She’s leaving that for her dad and Don Jr,” the source disclosed.
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On the other hand, another White House source has denied that she holds plans to attend the inauguration.
President Trump up in arms about Ivanka’s decision
Not at all convinced by his daughter’s decision, Donald Trump, as quoted by the insider, said: “It is an insult that she would even wish to have interaction with the crooks which can be making an attempt to carry him down.”
The source added that Trump said the family must stand together and put on a united front.
“The president informed his daughter that her presence on the inauguration will value her 1000’s of supporters and can be the worst determination she might ever make,” the insider revealed.
Donald Trump made it clear he wouldn’t be attending Biden’s January 20 inauguration in a tweet last week – before his social media accounts were permanently suspended.
‘To all of those who have asked, I will not be going to the Inauguration on January 20th,’ he said Friday.
“The final president to not attend his successor’s swearing-in was President Andrew Johnson in 1869 – who had additionally been impeached. Each John Adams and John Quincy Adams snubbed their successors too,” the publication underscored.