Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump: Pillars of Family-Driven West Wing

WASHINGTON – At a desk in the president’s hallway to the White House; The other just moved to an office upstairs. Iraq recently visited the war as an envoy of the President; The other will soon give way to Berlin at the invitation of the German Chancellor.

Both have table seats at any meeting they choose to attend, join luncheons with foreign leaders and enjoy the “Privilege Walk” at the Oval Office. And with the marginalization of Stephen K. Bannon, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump became the most important advisors to President Trump, at least for now.

More openly than any president before him, M. Trump runs his West Wing as a family business, and as he has acted against M. Bannon, his chief of combat strategy turned to his daughter and son. His ancestry was conservative supporters who are concerned about the growing influence of young urban New Yorkers as some moderate and liberal are swallowing concerns about nepotism in the hope that the couple will temper the president of Cpl.

However, to speak of a velvet blow against M. Bannon, M. Kushner and Trump won some concrete victories. And several administration officials and other family close relatives said that the couple’s move against M. Bannon was less motivated by the interest in shaping a particular policy than dealing with what they considered an embarrassing chess series Can personally hurt his father and the Trump family brand. “If you take into account a classic business model, Trump likes to invest in the winners because they make more money, and Jared won fairly consistently,” said former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, an ally of M. Trump. “You’re always in a kind of relationship with Trump, what’s your quarterly report.”

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