"The first daughter appears concerned about how her reentry into society is going to go come January." 🐷
"When Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner first took jobs in the White House in 2017, they presumably assumed that eight years later, they‘d return to New York and be crowned the king and queen not just of an exclusive social set but the city—nay, the entire globe. Vogue would put them on the cover of the September issue. Billionaires would beg them to sit on the boards of their companies to lend an air of credibility. People would scream, “I love you Javanka!” as they walked down the street. Politicos would constantly beg them to run for president. Penguin Random House would get into a bidding war for their memoirs, telling The New York Times, “That $65 million we dropped on the Obamas? Peanuts compared to what we’re shelling out for these two.” When being introduced at major conferences people would say, of Jared, “And now please welcome the man who brought peace to the Middle East!” World leaders would do whatever the opposite of pulling a “Who the f--k is this and why is she here?” face when approached by the first daughter."
"Instead, they’re being unceremoniously booted out of the place after just four years, with significantly worse reputations than when they started. ...“Everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy, or who doesn’t want their friends to shame them both in private and public will steer clear,” a former friend of the couple told my colleague Emily Jane Fox, which probably has something to do with kidnapping and the possible prison sentences and the whole not-giving-a-crap-if-New-Yorkers-die-of-COVID-19 business."
"Not surprisingly, the outgoing first daughter appears to be in extremely frantic damage control mode...."
IVANKA TRUMP DESPERATELY TRIES TO REHAB HER IMAGE ON THE WAY OUT THE DOOR
Vanity Fair, November 25, 2020