Ivanka Trump supposedly felt that the Trumps were the American equivalent of Britain’s Royal Family and her father entering the White House was their ‘coronation’, a new book revealed.
The first daughter shut down Melania Trump’s worries about the inauguration parade down Pennsylvania Avenue because she wanted a ‘princess moment’. Moreover, during the most important days in the Trumps’ history – an inauguration weekend – Ivanka demanded to stay in the Lincoln Bedroom in the White House.
Vanity Fair writer Emily Jane Fox also claims in Born Trump book that Mrs Kushner’s first draft of her own book, Women Who Work, was so lacking in emotion her publishers heartedly advised Ivanka to add draft some life, some pulse, some humanity.
A Born Trump is set to release next month, is said to offer an in-depth picture of the Trump family and how the President shaped them in his own image. In an extract in Vanity Fair, Fox is unsparing and quotes a September 1990 interview with Trump in which he says he wanted five children ‘because with five, then I will know that one will be guaranteed to turn out like me’.
In reality, Trump’s attributes ended up being evenly distributed across his children, Emily Jane Fox writes. Of course, Ivanka became a princess, especially after Trump’s ‘coronation’.