Trump insists he didn’t want Ivanka and Jared Kushner helping out in the 2024 run

Former President Donald Trump said he didn’t want his daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner involved in his 2024 presidential campaign, despite media reports saying otherwise.

Trump announced his third presidential campaign in November at his home in Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. Kushner, who served as Trump’s senior adviser during his presidency, attended the event, but Ivanka Trump did not, as she prioritized the couple’s children instead.

Ivanka Trump also served as senior advisor to her father during his presidency. That New York Post wrote that Kushner refused to help his father-in-law with the campaign after Trump met with hip-hop artist Kanye West — who has taken anti-Semitism on social media — and white supremacist Nick Fuentes a week after his campaign announcement had, but Trump said he specifically requested that Ivanka and Kushner not participate in the campaign.

Trump said the campaign was “too mean and nasty” and the reason they didn’t get involved again was because he “specifically asked” them not to participate.

Jared Kushner, Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump
From left: Jared Kushner, Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump. Trump said he specifically asked his daughter and her husband not to get involved in his 2024 presidential campaign.

“Contrary to Fake News reporting, I have never asked Jared or Ivanka to be a part of the 2024 Presidential campaign and specifically asked them not to – too mean & mean to have to deal with the Fake & Corrupt News, some absolutely.” terrible SleazeBags in the world of politics and beyond,” Trump posted on Truth Social Monday morning.

“There has never been anything like this ‘ride’ before and they shouldn’t be subjected to it any further.

Trump continues to claim that the 2020 election, in which he lost to President Joe Biden, was rigged and stolen. Political campaigns are known for being acrimonious, with candidates verbally attacking each other and even their family members, and Trump’s 2016 campaign was no exception, with Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton both targeting each other.

However, the New York Post reported that an unnamed source close to the situation said Kushner and Ivanka Trump felt “burnt” in Washington, DC and refused to return to Trump’s 2024 campaign based on their past experiences.

But Trump said he didn’t want to expose his family to a nasty campaign. Trump faces several lawsuits, including the House Select Committee on Jan. 6 asking the Justice Department to prosecute Trump on charges including rioting, obstructing an official process, conspiracy to make false statements and conspiracy to defraud the US government.

Trump also faces other challenges as his family’s company, the Trump Organization, was recently found guilty of 17 counts of tax fraud. His tax filings were released last week after the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) only audited his taxes two years into his presidency.

The many hurdles could make Trump’s 2024 campaign even more bitter than his 2016 and 2020 campaigns. According to his post on Truth Social, Trump wants to protect his family from collateral damage.

news week has reached out to Trump’s campaign for comment. Trump insists he didn’t want Ivanka and Jared Kushner helping out in the 2024 run

Rick Schindler

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