Ivanka Trump likely to get new role in her father’s administration

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Washington: The daughter of new elected United States President Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump is likely to get new big role in her father’s administration who is going to assume office on January 20th.




Come January 20, one person besides US President-elect Donald Trump, who would don a new role, is his daughter Ivanka Trump, who is poised to play a crucial role in her father’s administration.

Ivanka Trump has already stepped down from her post at the Trump Organisation, a media report said. She and her family have moved to DC’s Kalorama district, the same neighbourhood that hosts the Obamas and Jeff Bezos.

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She would fulfill traditional duties of presidential wives, while First Lady Melania Trump continues to live in New York City with her son Barron as he completes the school year.




The 35-year-old businesswoman officially announced her intent to move to Washington, DC with her husband Jared Kushner and their three kids as her father becomes President.

“When my father takes office as the 45th President of the United States of America, I will take a formal leave of absence from The Trump Organization and my eponymous apparel and accessories brand. I will no longer be involved with the management or operations of either company,” Ivanka wrote on Facebook. “My husband, Jared, and I will be moving with our family to Washington, D.C., where Jared will serve as Senior Advisor to the President. I plan to take time to settle our three young children into their new home and schools.”




The New York Times has already crowned her the most influential first daughter since Alice Roosevelt Longworth. And with Kushner being called the “president in-law,” the two are set to become the most powerful couple in Washington.

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