Her empty Washington mansion: where is Ivanka Trump?

 

Sylvie Claire / February 10, 2021

 

She had tears in her eyes on the tarmac of the St Andrews base, the day her father, Donald Trump and his wife, Melania, left the White House and embarked on their last trip to Mar-a-Lago . Ivanka Trump said goodbye to the American capital but was not going to return to her hometown of New York where she was no longer welcome. After the uprising in the Capitol of Washington, the Trump's had indeed alienated many of the people who were initially part of their circle of acquaintances.

 

A source told the Page Six website that the Kushners visited many properties in Florida because many of their friends no longer live in New York and fled the city during the pandemic to settle either in Florida or the Hamptons.

 

Jared Kushner, and his wife have also flown to the Florida sunshine where they plan to settle. There they bought an 80-acre plot of land on the billionaires' island, Indian Creek Island, for 31549760,65 millions de dollars .

 

While waiting to build their dream home, the couple signed a one-year lease for an apartment in one of Miami's most coveted waterfront buildings, the Wall Street Journal reported last month.

 

Some say that Ivanka has new political ambitions there, and that she would like to become a Florida senator in 2022.

 

The last pictures taken of the young woman show her worried or concentrated, Time will tell.

 

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