Ivanka Trump on Whether She’ll Stay in D.C.: Family ‘Always Going to Be My Top Priority’

First daughter has every right to think about her kids first — but will the left-wing media use this against the president?

If first daughter Ivanka Trump decides to leave Washington, D.C., in 2020 after President Donald Trump is re-elected — we don’t blame her and wouldn’t push her to stay.

On Sunday morning, CBS anchor Margaret Brennan asked Ivanka Trump on “Face the Nation” about staying in the administration.

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It seems Brennan wanted the scoop so the media could start gathering information in order to continue attacking the Trump family — that’s our opinion. The first daughter didn’t commit to returning to D.C. if her father is re-elected in 2020 while also pointing to the needs of her family as the determining factor.

She has every right to think about her children first, of course — what they are going through and the many attacks on her family from an unforgiving and relentless media.

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What’s tiring is the discussion of “no more family dynasties” — no more Gores, no more Clintons, no more Obamas. Both the Left and the Right also say, “No more Bushes.”

Yet there is also a push for more Trumps.

The American people chose Trump to lead this country to fix the ship and to break the Establishment’s hold on governing. We now have a huge chance going forward to pick the better candidate without any pushing from the media. This is not about dynasties.

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The people can choose their own candidate — now that Trump has crashed that ceiling and floor.

Said Ivanka Trump in the interview set to air on Sunday, according to a Fox News piece, “I am driven first and foremost by my kids and their happiness — so that’s always going to be my top priority, and my decisions will always be flexible enough to ensure that their needs are being considered first and foremost. So, they will really drive that answer for me.”

The outlet noted that both Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, aided the Trump campaign and have served in the administration since the beginning of his term.

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The couple has three children, Arabella, Theodore and Joseph.

“The day I walk into the West Wing and I don’t feel a shiver up my spine is the day I’ve been here too long,” Ivanka Trump also said in the interview. “And I still, every day, I feel a tremendous humbling and sense of privilege that I’m able to do the work that I came to Washington to do, that the president [has] empowered me [to do].”

“And I feel just incredibly grateful to be able to give back to a country that’s given me so much — and I’m doing my very best,” she also said.

A version of this piece by Wayne Dupree originally appeared in; this article is used by permission.

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