Politics Ivana Trump speculates Ivanka could run for president

15:20  07 october  2017
15:20  07 october  2017 Source:   The Hill

Trump kids' ski vacation incurs over $300,000 in security costs

  Trump kids' ski vacation incurs over $300,000 in security costs Records obtained by CBS News showed hotel costs were nearly $200,000 for the week-long vacationThe annual Aspen ski vacation taken in March by President Trump's children, Ivanka and Eric Trump, and their families, including son-in-law Jared Kushner, left taxpayers on the hook for security costs of at least $330,000, CBS News has learned.

Ivanka Trump says it is “inappropriate” to speculate that she will effectively serve as first lady in her father’s administration and occupy an office in the East Wing. “His focus is going to be running this country.”

Her start could be in her father’s administration. Though Ivanka Trump lacks a specific title in the president -elect’s transition team, she’s had as much of an observable role as Trump ’s closest advisors, like former Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway

Ivana Trump speculates Ivanka could run for president: Ivanka Trump's mother suggests there are even bigger things ahead for her daughter in politics. © Provided by The Hill Ivanka Trump's mother suggests there are even bigger things ahead for her daughter in politics. The mother of Ivanka Trump is speculating her daughter could run for president someday.

President Trump's daughter, who is also an adviser to the president, has never run for office.

"Maybe in fifteen years," Ivana Trump suggested of Ivanka's possible presidential bid in her new book, "Raising Trump."

"First Lady? Holds no appeal for me personally. First Mother? That could work," she wrote, as reported by the Associated Press on Saturday.

"I have learned in life to never say never! It is too limiting!" Ivanka Trump told Cosmopolitan Magazine in 2016 when asked if she'd consider running for office.

Ivana Trump was married to President Trump from 1977 to 1992. Her new book is out October 10. The Associated Press obtained an early copy.


Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner to talk tax reform at bipartisan dinner .
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are hosting another bipartisan dinner at their Kalorama home Monday evening, a source familiar with the dinner confirmed to CNN Monday. Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin, Heidi Heitkamp and Claire McCaskill, as well as Republican Sens. Marco Rubio, Mike Lee and Pat Toomey, are expected to attend. The topic of the dinner, first reported by Politico, is tax reform. Trump, a senior adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, is currently making a push alongside the White House on tax reform, working to cultivate relationships and build coalitions with Congress.

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