President Donald Trump’s daughter and son-in-law is scheduled to leave the White House at the end of the Trump administration in January next year. Both have served as senior advisers to the president, with Ivanka in particular presiding over a number of election rallies in the run-up to the elections.

Before their political careers, Mrs. Trump and Kushner were well-known socialites in New York who frequently attended the $ 35,000 Met Gala Fashion Show per ticket and other events.

Analysts also reported that Mrs. Trump was considered a “moderate force” on her presidential father.

One of Ivanka’s ex-girlfriends, Lisandra Orström, recently published an extensive article about her friendship with the president’s daughter.

In it, she said she had hoped Mrs. Trump would “mitigate the racist and racist tendencies of her father” when the Trump presidency was announced in 2016.

However, Ms. Orstrom, who was the bridesmaid at Mrs. Trump’s wedding to Mr. Kushner, has been heavily criticized for Ivanka’s support for her father recently.

“I would expect Ivanka to find a quiet place in Palm Beach instead, where informal supremacy of whites is a necessity and most bad crimes are tolerated if you have enough money,” she added in the Vanity Fair article.

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On November 6, Mrs. Trump tweeted, “Every vote cast should be counted legally. Voting should not take place illegally. This should not be controversial.”

Analysts such as writer and columnist Jill Cargman told The New York Times that returning to New York would put Trump and Kushner “in some kind of jail.”

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Others speculate that the men of the state’s community may be willing to “avoid” the spouses.

The political scene in New York is also tense regarding relations with President Trump.

The state voted for Democrat Joe Biden by a wide margin of 4,007,900 votes compared to 2,960,070 votes for Trump in the last election.

In addition, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo threatened to sue the Trump administration over plans to distribute the Coronavirus vaccine.

Trump said last week that the COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available across the United States – but not in New York.

This is because Mr. Cuomo has set up a separate scientific review committee to approve the vaccine “to try to build credibility”.

In response, Mr. Trump accused the governor of “practicing politics” and said, “We cannot waste time and we can only give those countries that will use the vaccine immediately.”

New York attorney general Letitia James accused Mr Trump of “revenge behavior”