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Ivanka Trump's Tweet Is Getting Fact-Checked in the Replies

Ivanka Trump‘s latest tweet is getting quite the fact checking.

The First Daughter tweeted, “FACT: Greenhouse gases generated by the U.S. will slide 9.2% this year, tumbling to the lowest level in at least three decades. @EPA”

Well, many are pointing out that Greenhouse Gases are being lowered for a very specific reason: because so many more people are staying home, commuting less, and traveling significantly less due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Historian Kevin Kruse tweeted in response, “You’re so right, we often forget the silver lining to the inept bungling of the coronavirus response — that along with a quarter million dead and an economy ground to a halt, the reduction in travel was actually good for the environment. So, yay?”

Many of the replies are very similar to Kevin‘s tweet.

Ivanka Trump's Former Friend Writes Scathing Tell All About Their Friendship & the Past Few Years

Ivanka Trump‘s former friend Lysandra Ohrstrom is writing a tell-all essay and speaking out about her childhood friendship with the First Daughter.

The pair grew up together and went to an elite private school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

“She loved to talk about herself and was shamelessly vain, but she was also fun, loyal, and let’s face it, pretty exciting,” she wrote. “In our late teens and early 20s, it felt like Ivanka and I were always on the same page or up for the same adventure, whether it was leaving Bungalow 8 early to watch a Lifetime movie, or horseback riding from a surf village in Costa Rica to a town in Nicaragua because we had never been there before.”

She also wrote about Donald Trump.

“He would barely acknowledge me except to ask if Ivanka was the prettiest or the most popular girl in our grade. Before I learned that the Trumps have no sense of humor about themselves, I remember answering honestly that she was probably in the top five. ‘Who’s prettier than Ivanka?’ I recall him asking once with genuine confusion, before correctly naming the two girls I’d had in mind. He described one as a young Cindy Crawford, while the other he said had a great figure,” she continued. “Though he never remembered my name, he seemed to have a photographic memory for changes in my body. I’ll never forget the time Ivanka and I were having lunch with her brothers at Mar-a-Lago one day, and while Mr. Trump was saying hi, Don Jr. swiped half a grilled cheese sandwich off my plate. Ivanka scolded him, but Mr. Trump chimed in, ‘Don’t worry. She doesn’t need it. He’s doing her a favor.’ Conversely, he’d usually congratulate me if I’d lost weight.”

She continued, “Although friends and family have warned that this article won’t be received the way I want, I think it’s past time that one of the many critics from Ivanka’s childhood comes forward—if only to ensure that she really will never recover from the decision to tie her fate to her father’s.”

“One time, we were driving to Manhattan from Bedminster, and I think we were having some sort of disagreement about affordable housing in Manhattan. I distinctly remember Ivanka saying something along the lines of, ‘Ly, I can’t talk about this stuff with you anymore because you’ve really turned into a Marxist,’” she continued. “Still, Ivanka asked me and one other friend to be in her wedding party in 2009, along with some relatives and Wendi Murdoch’s daughters as flower girls. The months between her engagement and wedding to Jared were a flurry of activity in which I was honored to participate. When I started a new job in a different field the day after their wedding, however, I expected my best friend to ask how it was going. After what could have been a few days or weeks, I remember sending her a text that said something like, ‘Hey, I started a new job the day after your wedding, and you haven’t asked me a single question about it.’ “I don’t remember her exact reply, but it was something along the lines of, ‘Ly, I’m too busy for this sh*t.’”

“Then in 2009, shortly after I was one of two maids of honor in Ivanka’s wedding, our friendship finally broke under the weight of our differences,” she continued. “It was easy to ignore the dozens of press inquiries that flooded my inbox when Donald Trump announced his candidacy because I didn’t think he had any chance of winning. Then, when Ivanka joined her dad’s administration, I was sure she would step in to moderate her father’s most regressive, racist tendencies—not out of any moral commitment, but because caging young children and ripping up global climate agreements was not a good look in the halls of Davos. The Ivanka I knew spent her career developing and embodying a more polished and intellectual offshoot of the Trump brand, which blended the language and look of white millennial feminism with the mythical narrative of the business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit she claimed to have inherited from her dad. Her objective was always a more refined brand of celebrity than the bombastic, nouveau riche variety her dad had perfected—the kind that allowed her to be graciously received by the B&T and Maidstone set, invite Blake Lively over for a girls’ dinner, and vacation on the yachts of tech billionaires, but also serve as an inspirational example of a “woman who works” to the middle-class housewives to whom she peddled her fashion brand.”

“Instead, I’ve watched as Ivanka has laid waste to the image she worked so hard to build. In private, I’ve had countless conversations with friends who also grew up with Ivanka about how appalled we are that she didn’t publicly oppose Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, or any of her dad’s especially repugnant policies. But in public, we’ve stayed silent because that’s what we are taught to do.”

“Whether Ivanka is able to rehab her stained image or not, I hope she wasn’t able to drown out the applause of the city she once aspired to rule, cheering and celebrating her political downfall. I was with them, crying with relief, matched only by the regret and shame I feel for not holding my former friend to account sooner,” she added.

Read the entire essay at Vanity Fair.

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Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner Remove Children From School Over COVID Complaints

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have removed their three kids from their private Washington, D.C. school after the school’s administrator expressed concern regarding the couple’s disregard for COVID-19 safety precautions.

Ivanka and Jared “repeatedly violated a number of the guidelines” that were outlined in the school’s parent handbook, a source shared with CNN.

“There was no secret about their behaviors, because everyone could see them,” an unnamed parent at the school said, referring to the couple’s jobs, as well as the number of raising positive COVID cases at the White House.

After a private meeting with administrators, Ivanka and Jared decided to remove their three kids – Arabella, 9, Joseph, 7, and Theodore, 4 – from the school after parents had complained that the family was not following the school’s protocols including wearing face masks, social-distancing and self-quarantining if exposed to someone with the virus.

White House spokeswoman Carolina Hurley addressed the situation saying, “Unnamed sources attacking a family’s decision about what is best for their kids in the middle of a pandemic is shameful…As is true for all families, schooling choices and education are deeply personal decisions and they owe no one, especially idle gossips seeking press attention, an explanation.”

News of Ivanka and Jared removing their kids from the school comes after it was revealed that over 130 Secret Service officers have coronavirus or are in quarantine due to President Trump‘s campaign travels.

Ivanka Trump Accepts AP's Race Calls in Favor of Her Father, Despite Family Not Accepting AP Calling Election for Biden

Ivanka Trump is being called out for the hypocrisy of one of her latest tweets.

The daughter of the President of the United States went on Twitter on Wednesday (November 11) to celebrate her father winning the state of Alaska in the 2020 presidential election.

Ivanka retweeted the Associated Press‘ Politics account, which tweeted that they called the race in Alaska for Trump.

“BREAKING: President Trump and Senate Republicans win Alaska, overwhelmingly and by a massive 20 point spread! Put AK in the books for @realDonaldTrump! Congratulations Senator @DanSullivan_AK! Thank you Alaska!” Ivanka tweeted.

The Associated Press called the election for Joe Biden over the weekend and projected that he had defeated Trump. The Trump family is not accepting the loss though and continue to perpetuate voter fraud claims.

Earlier this week, Biden reacted to Trump‘s refusal to concede in the election.

Donald Trump Jr.'s Ex Aubrey O'Day Makes Shocking Claims About Trump Kids

Aubrey O’Day is speaking out with some shocking claims about the Trump family.

The 36-year-old Danity Kane singer was a contestant on Donald Trump‘s TV series The Celebrity Apprentice back in 2011 and she has claimed that she had an affair with the president’s son Donald Trump Jr.

It has been said that Don Jr. ended the affair with Aubrey when his then-wife discovered text messages between them. Last year, Aubrey said, “We both thought we were each other’s soulmates. It’s something we spoke about often. A soulmate is someone you spend a period of time, moment, of life with that you’re connected as one. I had that with Don.”

Now, Aubrey is very vocal about how she does not support President Trump and during the final presidential debate, she made some claims about the family.

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Ivanka Trump Tagged the Wrong Tiffany Trump While Wishing Her Sister a Happy Birthday

Oops! Tiffany Trump‘s 27th birthday was earlier this week and it was discovered that her older sister Ivanka Trump sent birthday wishes to the wrong person!

Ivanka, 38, went on Twitter and shared a throwback photo from when they were much younger.

“Happy birthday @tiffanytrump! Hope this year marks your best turn yet around the sun! Love you so much! ❤️,” Ivanka wrote in the tweet.

The only problem is that @TiffanyTrump is not a real account and it’s a blank account created in May 2010 that has 717 followers. Tiffany‘s actual account is @TiffanyATrump and she has around 800,000 followers on the social media app. She did see the post though and retweeted it.

Tiffany was slammed this week for throwing a big birthday party in Miami this weekend, despite the coronavirus pandemic still happening.

Watch the rare speech that Tiffany made this summer at the RNC.

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Donald Trump's Original Pick for Vice President Was His Daughter Ivanka (Report)

A new book suggest that Donald Trump originally wanted Ivanka Trump, his daughter, to be his Vice President.

“During a VP discussion that included Jared [Kushner] and the other kids all assembled in one room, Trump said, ‘I think it should be Ivanka. What about Ivanka as my VP?’ There was silence,” Author Rick Gates wrote in “Wicked Game: An Insider’s Story on How Trump Won, Mueller Failed and America Lost” (via Bloomberg News.)

“All heads turned toward her, and she just looked surprised. We all knew Trump well enough to keep our mouths shut and not laugh,” the author added. “He went on: ‘She’s bright, she’s smart, she’s beautiful, and the people would love her!”

Trump, of course, went on to choose Mike Pence for the VP position in 2016.

If you missed it, Trump has been embroiled in another controversy this week.