After announcing her intention to seek another White House job in 2024, Ivanka Trump, the daughter of former President Donald Trump, said she would now run for her father’s presidential election and retire from politics. Ivanka Trump, 41, missed an event Tuesday night at her father’s house in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, where he threw her hat back into the ring. “I love my dad so much,” she wrote on Instagram. “I have no intention of getting involved in politics,” she continued. “I will always love and support my father, but from now on I will do so outside the political arena.”
Trump’s 2024 candidacy won’t stop Justice Department criminal investigations She added that she was “proud” of the “many” accomplishments of her father’s administration, who served as a senior adviser to the White House. Ivanka Trump, the daughter of Trump’s first wife Ivana, who died this year, oversaw developments and acquisitions at the Trump Organization before coming to the White House and describes herself as an entrepreneur. She has three children with her husband, Jared Kushner, who graduated from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania in 2000 and served as a senior adviser to the president. The couple spoke separately to the House committee investigating the case
Lawsuits against Ivanka Trump
The siege of the US Capitol by Donald Trump supporters on June 6, 2021. Ivanka Trump has also been implicated in lawsuits filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James (Democrat) to get better loans and insurance rates, or to reduce her tax burden. The former president and his family have repeatedly denied wrongdoing and have called the James investigation a “witch hunt.”At least 13 senior Trump administration officials illegally conflated the government and the campaign ahead of the 2020 election, a federal investigation found last year.
The former president has refused to admit defeat and sparked a failed attempt to overturn the 2020 elections that culminated in a deadly attack on the Capitol, said Tuesday that he was impeached twice. That night, he officially announced that he would be running for office in 2024.
The announcement comes after voters adamantly rejected the candidate he supported in last week’s midterm elections. Since then, many elected Republicans have blamed Trump for the party’s poor performance, and potential rivals are planning to openly challenge his nomination. Trump also began attacking his possible Republican rivals, including Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin. Meanwhile, Trump’s former vice presidential nominee Mike Pence has made it clear he isn’t ready for a political reunion. “I really think I can make a better choice,” Pence told a television interviewer on Tuesday when asked if he would endorse Trump in 2024.