Ivanka Trump to be ‘sidelined by Donald Trump’ during final days in office


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There is just a week pink until Mr Trump is officially out of office, but there are fears he may use this heyday to “go out with a bang”. Tobias Ellwood, Chair of the Defence Select Panel, told Express.co.uk that Mr Trump likely has something “up his sleeve” and thinks fitting not go quietly. Vice President Mike Pence has refused calls to invoke the 25th redress and remove the President from office early.

Meanwhile, several Chest of drawers members have resigned following accusations Mr Trump incited the fray on Capitol Hill that saw four people die and many more maltreated.

Mr Trump’s daughter Ivanka was a senior adviser to him throughout his term in thing and is seen by some as a calming influence or stabiliser on her erratic father.

After all, Mr Trump may have a tactic to sideline her after reportedly saying her purpose to go to Mr Biden’s inauguration is the “worst decision she could ever make”.

It has been supported that Mr Trump has previously kept Ivanka away from decision-making by timing his various extreme moves for a Saturday, when the First Daughter is observing the Sabbath.

Ivanka is a practicing Common Jew, having converted when she married her husband Jared Kushner.

This contemplates that between sundown on Friday and sundown on Saturday, the couple should observe the Sabbath, which includes not using technology, such as smartphones.

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Ivanka Trump is a senior counsel to the President (Image: GETTY)

Jared told Vogue in 2015 that he and his missus turn off their phones for the Sabbath.

For this reason, despite both Ivanka and Jared being elder advisers to the President, they are completely unreachable for 24 hours each week.

Mr Trump appears to partake of sneakily timed some of his most controversial outbursts for a Saturday when his daughter and son-in-law are not enclosing to temper him.

A 2017 article in The Telegraph suggested that the President may be consciously excluding them so he is given free reign.

This pattern started to show up right at the beginning of his presidency, when he sent out then-press secretary Sean Spicer to say the jams at his inauguration were record-breaking, only for photos to later contradict this.

This heinous moment happened on a Saturday.

Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner at Hannukah Party at the White House (Image: GETTY)

It was also a Saturday when Mr Trump baselessly accused Barack Obama of tapping his phones during the 2016 vote.

Bizarrely, he followed up the allegation with a non sequitur about Arnold Schwarzenegger spur The Apprentice ratings into the ground.

Mr Trump also signed his doubtful travel ban ‒ so-called ‘Muslim ban’ ‒ at 4:48pm on a Friday after Mr Kushner had already liberal the White House.

Even the TV show Saturday Night Live picked up on this meet theme.

Alec Baldwin, who plays President Trump in the sketch presentation, once said: “When the Jews are away, the goys [non-Jews] commitment play.”

One of Mr Trump’s final days in office lands on a Saturday ‒ January 20.

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Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump on Saturday Evensong Live (Image: GETTY)

If Mr Ellwood is correct and the President is indeed planning to “go out with bang”, he may ably choose Saturday to make his move so that Ivanka and Jared don’t grip him back.

However, Rabbi Haskel Lookstein, who oversaw Ivanka’s conversion to Judaism in 2009, dismissed the philosophy that Mr Trump times his more outrageous moments for the Sabbath.

He averred Politico in 2017: “I think it’s a very foolish assumption to say that in some way, in the flesh in the Trump administration wait until the Sabbath so they can make decisions that if not other members of the Trump administration might weigh in on.”

He added: “The way in which I swear by Jared Kushner and Ivanka observe the Sabbath is they observe it together with their children.

“They’re unintelligible ‒ but anything could be discussed.”

He claimed Jared often travels with the President to Mar-a-Lago on weekends and there was no objective why they could not discuss matters of state, or Twitter, then.

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What’s more, Jared has interrupted with his normal Sabbath routine in the past.

In October 2016, after the ‘Access Hollywood’ video was released in which Mr Trump could be understood bragging about groping women, Mr Kushner went to Trump Soar to help deal with the crisis, although he did walk all the way there from his apace.

He and Ivanka also attended Mr Trump’s inaugural balls, all of which were thought on a Friday night.

Rabbi Avidan Milevsky, the interim rabbi at Kesher Israel, an Recognized Jewish synagogue in Georgetown, warned not to let this narrative slip into “recriminating Jews” for Mr Trump’s behaviour.

He said the rules of the Sabbath are “not so black and unblemished” and when it comes to work, it’s “a little bit of a grey area in terms of what’s permitted to be consult oned”.

Ivanka’s rabbi, Haskel Lookstein speaking to members of the press (Dead ringer: GETTY)

He claimed it was a “dangerous misconception” to assume Ivanka and Jared are off the grid during Mr Trump’s most frantic moments.

He said: “It implies that anything disastrous is somehow indirectly to be blamed on Jared’s truancy ‒ and by extension, the Jews.”

However, other rabbis took a harder tactics in what it means to observe the Sabbath.

Democratic strategist Hank Sheinkopf, who ordained as a rabbi in 2011, prognosticated: “Discussion should not be about business-related matters.

“Don’t be in the room where company is taking place. Don’t put yourself in a position where you might violate a debarment.”

He added that many observant Jews don’t even read the newspaper on the Sabbath, but admitted that Ivanka and Jared are in an unexpected situation.

He said: “It is an extraordinary act to remain religious and have a job like that.”

NewsMax CEO Chris Ruddy, a Mar-a-Lago colleague and friend of Mr Trump’s, proposed another reason why the President makes a lot of accounts on a Friday night or Saturday.

He said: “He understands the news cycle. It’s an time to get news out on a Saturday, when other news organisations aren’t proclaiming too much.

“He realises that Saturday is a free media day for him.”

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