Ivanka Wants To Play Larger Role In Politics; Americans In Trouble

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner had made a deal for the president’s daughter to become the first female president. The revelation comes from a book by author Michael Wolff in his new book “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.”

Wolff is a Hollywood Reporter contributing editor and a former White House strategist. His book comes from the eyes of an insider and is being released as a tell-all book. The book itself has over 200 interviews with the president and his top aides. It will potentially open peoples eyes to just how bad the Trump administration really is.


“Fire and Fury” also brings sharply into focus the significant and numerous disagreements between Steve Bannon and Ivanka Trump. The former Chief Strategist is now the focus of his former boss’ ire due to his own separate revelations over the Trump presidency. The constant fighting between the factions was described in the book by Henry Kissinger as “a war between the Jews and non-Jews.”

NBC News Correspondent Peter Alexander tweeted about the Ivanka revelation, stating that “Jared & Ivanka had made an earnest deal between themselves: if sometime in the future the time came, she’d be the one to run for president (or the first one of them to take the shot).”

The revelations are in direct contrast to President Trump’s “draining of the swamp.” Rather, he is quite happy to continue the long legacy of nepotism that the White House has previously enjoyed. After the presidency of her father, it seems somewhat unlikely that another Trump would get anywhere near holding the keys to the White House. But you must bear in mind how unlikely it was for her father to get them in the first place. If the last 18 months have taught us anything, it’s that nothing is impossible, and that should frighten anyone.


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