Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are taking the White House by storm.
“It would be intolerable: viewed as a betrayal, grounds for banishment and reprisal. Doing so would require acting against their own self-interest, as well as the interest of their families.Back in 2007, a mutual friend decided to set up Ivanka and Jared for purely professional reasons.Little did they know that ten years later, they would be madly in love and married with three beautiful children.Donald Trump referred to his then soon-to-be-born grandson in his address at the 2016 AIPAC Policy Conference, saying: “My daughter, Ivanka, is about to have a beautiful Jewish baby.” After Trump created another round of controversy for tweeting a picture of Clinton with a six-pointed star superimposed with money and a caption that read “Most corrupt candidate ever! “My father-in-law is not an anti-Semite,” he said in an op-ed published in his newspaper.“The fact is that my father in law is an incredibly loving and tolerant person who has embraced my family and our Judaism since I began dating my wife.After two years she transferred to the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.While in school, Jared was already buying and selling real estate and Ivanka was busy prepping to join the family business.Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner attend the 'Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, May 2, 2016.(Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com, via JTA) WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump and her Jewish husband Jared Kushner — often cited by those who wish to downplay accusations of anti-Semitism in the Trump campaign and validate the candidate’s commitment to the Jewish community — once separated, three years into their relationship, because Ivanka was not a member of the tribe at the time.Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, accompanied by, from second from left, wife Melania, daughter Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, speaks during a campaign event in Waterloo, Iowa, February 1, 2016.(AP/Paul Sancya) Kushner and Ivanka Trump, who observe Shabbat and keep kosher, now live on Park Avenue with their three children, the youngest of whom was born in March.