Ivanka Trump Wouldn’t Repeat ‘Vicious and Toxic’ Presidential ‘Circus’ Even If Dad Donald Trump ‘Begged Her’

sit it out. Ivanka Trump is unlikely to be involved in dad Donald Trump's newly announced presidential campaign, an insider exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. "Ivanka had a bad time towards the end of her father's reign and in the many months that followed, when the whole family was tested by the messy way it all ended," the source says of the 41 -year-old author of Women Who Work. "She saw firsthand how vicious and toxic backbiting was and still is, and when it came time for her to step down, she couldn't do it fast enough." Gripas Yuri/ABACA/Shutterstock The native A New Yorker worked as a senior adviser in her father's administration, but the insider claims she won't return in such a capacity should he win again in 2024 - and she won't be involved in his campaign either. "Even if her father asked her to get back in his campaign, Ivanka would flatly refuse," the source told Us. "Her priority now is to live a quiet, low-key life and enjoy her new career in private business, raise her family, and stay away from the circus and volatility that will surely come with her father's campaign." the insider added that there was no bad blood between Ivanka and the former apprentice landlord, 76. "She wishes him the very best and loves him dearly, but the 'no' couldn't have come quicker on this occasion," the source explains. The Art of the Deal co-author announced his run for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination on Nov. 15 after trying to overturn the results of the 2020 election and being impeached twice during his first term. Shortly after the announcement, Ivanka told Fox News that she had no plans to work with him as he was once again seeking political office. "I love my father very much," she explained. “This time I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the personal life we ​​create as a family. I have no intention of getting involved in politics.” The former model shares daughter Arabella, 11, and sons Joseph, 8, and Theodore, 6, with husband Jared Kushner, whom she married in October 2009. "While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside of the political arena," Ivanka added. "I am grateful to have had the honor of serving the American people and will always be proud of many achievements of our government.” To hear Ivanka's thoughts on her father's presidential bid, watch the video above and grab the new issue of Us Weekly, available now from the stands.

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