Ivanka and Jared Kushner “don’t need” Trump anymore, says Mary Trump

  • Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have seemingly distanced themselves from their father Donald Trump.
  • Mary Trump told MSNBC they are turning their backs on him because he is “depreciating.”
  • Trump’s niece said the couple “don’t need” the former president like they used to.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have severed ties with former President Donald Trump because he is “depreciating” and they no longer need him, his niece told MSNBC on Sunday.

Mary Trump, a longtime and vocal critic of her uncle, told MSNBC that Trump’s eldest daughter and her husband are publicly retiring from politics because they “finally realized that there’s more to be gained by staying away from Donald than by staying away from Donald.” they stay in line with him. “

“Donald is definitely falling in value in relation to the party and in relation to politics in general,” she added. “And Ivanka and Jared are quite wealthy people, aside from what Donald is doing, so they don’t need him to the extent that they might have.”

Mary Trump also said that the couple, both of whom served as Trump’s unpaid senior advisors during his tenure, realized their association with the former president had “at the very least damaged them socially.”

She added, “The same goes for most of Donald’s inner circle — there’s always a transaction calculation going on, and a lot of people are making the calculation that it’s just not worth it for them anymore.”

Trump’s eldest daughter was notably absent from the Nov. 15 launch of her father’s presidential campaign. Kushner was present.

In a statement released the same day, she said she loves her father “very much” but has no plans to stay in politics any longer.

Since then, the couple seems to have prioritized their personal lives, traveling to Egypt with their three children Participation in the World Cup in Qatar.

An unnamed source told the New York Post last month that Trump’s eldest daughter “hated all the criticism and threats” that came with the policy and was “unhappy at how many of her friends were turning their backs on her.”

Mary Trump’s comments come as the former president appears to be losing sight of the Republican Party after many of the candidates he supports fared poorly in November’s midterm elections.

Their failure prompted a number of leading Republicans and conservative critics to question Trump’s effectiveness as a political leader, with some floated the idea of ​​new leadership in the GOP.

Mary Trump, who has long been estranged from the former president, published a book last year called The Reckoning: America’s Trauma and Finding a Way to Heal.

Trump has repeatedly attacked his niece’s comments in the past, suggesting she is biased against him.

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