Ivanka Trump is 'done' with DC and 'would never' go back to being her father's senior adviser, sources tell CNN

Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump in the main lounge of the 757.
Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump sit in loungers in front of the dining area.Andrew Milligan/PA Images via Getty Images
  • As Donald Trump teases another run for president, his family is divided over the idea, CNN reported.

  • Ivanka Trump, former senior adviser to her father while he was president, is "done" with Washington, DC.

  • "(Ivanka) would never go back to that life," a source told CNN, adding advising her father wouldn't "serve her."

Ivanka Trump, former senior adviser to then-President Donald Trump, is "done" with Washington, DC and the political dealings of her father, according to reporting by CNN.

As the Trump patriarch teases another presidential campaign, his family is divided on his political future, the outlet reported.

Ivanka is especially disinterested in returning to politics, with one source (who was not named to preserve their relationship to the Trump family) telling CNN Ivanka has been "done" with Capitol politics "since the day she left" and has no intention of returning.

Though she received several requests for endorsements during this season's contentious midterm elections, according to a CNN source, Ivanka made zero public appearances or statements while her father hit the campaign trail for GOP candidates across the country.

"(Ivanka) would never go back to that life," a source familiar with her thinking told CNN. "She knows it's not something that would serve her or her family at this point."

The eldest daughter of the former president and her husband, Jared Kushner, served as unpaid senior advisers to Donald Trump, holding a significant amount of influence over his policy initiatives, despite limited political experience. Prior to working in the White House, Ivanka was a runway model and fashion designer, as well as an executive of her family's real estate company, The Trump Organization.

Kushner, a real estate mogul, was a publisher of the New York Observer for a decade prior to joining the Trump administration. Trump's other children — Donald Jr. EricTiffany, and Barron — did not hold official roles in the Trump White House, though Eric and Don Jr. continued business dealings on behalf of the Trump Organization while their father was in office.

Trump's younger daughter, Tiffany, is getting married this weekend to her boyfriend of five years, Michael Boulos, the son of a wealthy family with distribution and trading businesses in Nigeria.

A lawyer for Ivanka Trump did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

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