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Prodigal son-in-law

3 July 2020

2:12 PM

3 July 2020

2:12 PM

A friend in Washington saw Jared and Ivanka at a couple of smart DC dinner parties in the first year of the Trump administration. Ivanka seemed to want to depict them both as the internal opposition to her father, restraining his worst instincts, nudging him along on climate change or women’s issues.

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