"My children's priority." Ivanka Trump announces her position on her father's candidacy for the presidency

Ivanka Trump announced that she would not be a party to the election campaign for her father's attempt to return to the White House in 2024, indicating that she had chosen to prioritize her children and her private life, but confirmed that she would support him outside the political arena, according to what the Guardian newspaper reported .

"My children's priority." Ivanka Trump announces her position on her father's candidacy for the presidency

And when Donald Trump announced the launch of his campaign for the 2024 presidential election race from a conference he held at the Mar-a-Lago resort on Tuesday, Ivanka was not present despite the presence of other family members, including her husband, Jared Koshend, in addition to the former president's wife, Melania, and his son, Eric. 

"I love my dad so much, this time around, I'm choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we're creating as a family," Ivanka Trump, 40, said in a statement. "I don't plan to get involved in politics." 

She added, "I will always love and support my father, but I will do so outside the political arena. I am grateful for the honor of serving the American people and will always be proud of the many accomplishments of our administration."

Ivanka Trump and her husband, Kushner, played key roles during her father's first term in office.

Since Donald Trump lost the presidential election to Joe Biden in 2020, Ivanka Trump and her family have moved to live in a mansion in Florida.

Ivanka testified before a parliamentary committee investigating the circumstances of the storming of Congressional headquarters by supporters of her father in January 2021, as she was at the White House that day.

The Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry into the events of January 6 sought to convince Ivanka Trump to appear voluntarily before her, after she informed her of the existence of evidence that she sought to persuade her father to give his supporters who stormed Congress directives on the need to renounce violence.

The storming of the Capitol building, which left at least five dead, while 140 policemen were injured, followed a fiery speech Trump delivered to thousands of his supporters near the White House.


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