Ivanka Leaves Democrats In The Dust, Announces Her Future Political Plans
Since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president back in 2015, a lot of talk revolved around his family and their interest in helping him become the leader of our land.
In any campaign, the candidate is not successful unless he or she has the full support of their family and close friends. Family is needed not just for emotional support, but to also assist in fundraising and marketing efforts. Needless to say, a campaign can be more taxing on the family members than the candidate his/herself.
I’m sure our current president had many late night talks with his wife and children about the stress involved in becoming a First Family, but it is clear that they gave him 100% support from the very beginning and continue to support him in the administration.
And there is clearly one daughter that has gone above and beyond the call of family duty to help her father out – Ivanka.
Not only has she been an outspoken supporter of her father during the campaign, she has also been willing to sacrifice her time in taking a non-paid role in the White House to offer support. This kind of sacrifice should be noticed.
Now as she is learning the ropes about how a good administration should be run, it is no surprise that she is wanting to continue to make America great again after her father leaves the presidency in 7 years. The brilliant idea she has come up with is to run as president, and liberals are not going to handle this news well. At all.
From New York Post:
Ivanka and husband Jared Kushner agreed to join her father’s administration — against the advice of “almost everyone they knew” — in the hope that it would propel her into the presidency one day, according to “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”
“Between themselves, the two had made an earnest deal: If sometime in the future the opportunity arose, she’d be the one to run for president,” journalist Michael Wolff writes in the book, out Jan. 9.
“The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump.”
Of course, planning a run for president 7 years from now is difficult. But knowing that Ivanka is interested in running and continuing the legacy of her father in protecting taxpayer money, eliminating wasteful spending and regulations, and firing DC swampers is encouraging. The Republican party need not fear that they cannot find a good presidential candidate in 2024 – they’ve got Ivanka!