First daughter and presidential advisor Ivanka Trump Kushner has garnered more than her fair share of attention since President Donald Trump began his campaign for president. Not only does she have the reputation of being a business owner and New York socialite, the likes of which could rival any tabloid regular, but many have questioned if she would have a political career of her own.
The fair-haired oldest girl in the Trump family was largely thought to be not much more than ornamental before she was put under the microscope of the White House fame, but she has turned out to be just as much substance as she is splash.
Trump-Kushner made her name stumping for her dad when he was running for office, and her possible political aspirations have some conservatives believing that there could be several more Trump presidencies in the nation’s future.
While some believe that Donald Trump Jr. will be the first to take on his famous father’s legacy, others want to put their hopes and dreams in Ivanka Trump, and recent tweets by the first daughter have given them hope.
Ivanka Trump tweeted her love for the oh-so crucial state of Iowa on Tuesday. Many take note of the Iowa primaries, thanks to the state being the first to weigh in on the presidential elections. Her tweet increased speculation that the first daughter might want good favor with Iowa due to potential political aspirations.
♥️ Iowa! https://t.co/v5ryVM8WiH
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) December 28, 2020
Kim Reynolds’s post read: “On this day in 1846, President James K. Polk signed a bill making Iowa the 29th state in the Union. Happy Statehood Day to the great State of Iowa, and to all who proudly call her home.”
The first daughter has campaigned with her father on multiple occasions during both his 2016 and 2020 presidential elections, and according to several Republicans who spoke to Vanity Fair, the mother of three has “serious political ambitions.”
Ivanka Trump’s aspirations will almost certainly be put on ice, however, if President Trump isn’t able to secure the Oval Office for a second term.
Newsmax reported that the president is already the 2024 GOP frontrunner, according to a new Gallup poll that finds 87% of self-identified Republican voters approve of his job performance. Republicans seem to be concerned that the president might have been ousted before he had reached his full potential for doing what he can for the country.
Additionally, the president has suggested that he might run again when he said earlier in the month on Dec. 2 at a White House holiday party for members of the Republican National Committee, “We are trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years.”
The Trump name has, lucky for them, become synonymous with good fiscal responsibility and the ability to rally supporters in a way that no president seems to have done before them.
President Trump won the largest percentage of self-identified Republican voters, according to the exit polls, in the 2020 election. More than 74.2 million voters believed in the president for a second term, versus 62.4 million that voted for him in 2016, according to Newsmax.
One way or another, it appears that Americans might be in for a second round of Trump campaigning and potentially running the country, assuming that fair elections are ever truly reinstated.