Ivanka Trump has a secret plan to become America's first woman president

Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, both work as advisors to the president at the White House

Ivanka Trump has a secret plan to become America's first woman president

President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her husband Jared Kushner made a deal that she would become the first female president of the country if the opportunity arose, according to a new book written by journalist Michael Wolff. The book titled Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House has revealed explosive details about the president and his life inside the White House, according to The Guardian.

Wolff is the contributing editor for Hollywood Reporter and a biographer of Rupert Murdoch. The columnist — in his book — details the life of a hapless president who never expected to win the presidential elections and is consistently insulted by the people who surround him in the White House, including his own daughter, according to reports. 

The book is deemed as a tell-all from Wolff's time inside the Trump administration as a White House adviser and features more than 200 interviews with the president and other important members of his administration.

Ivanka Trump appears at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library to talk about tax cuts and reform. (Getty Images)

The national correspondent for NBC News, Peter Alexander, tweeted the information about Ivanka wanting to run for the president in a thread on Wednesday afternoon. 

"NEW: ”Jared & Ivanka had made an earnest deal between themselves: if sometime in the future the time came, she’d be the one to run for president (or the first one of them to take the shot)..." Alexander wrote in his tweet.

"The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump," a New York Magazine story, adapted from the book stated. 

Special Advisor Ivanka Trump exits Marine One on the South Lawn. (Getty Images)

Ivanka and her husband Jared, both work as advisors to the president at the White House. Ivanka has been called the de facto first lady of the United States. However, technically, the first daughter does not work for the government, her husband although is a government official.

Ivanka has a security clearance but is not an official White House employee. This means that she is not subjected to certain transparency and ethical provisions wich White House officials go through. 

“While there is no modern precedent for an adult child of the president, I will voluntarily follow all of the ethics rules placed on government employees,” Ivanka, aged 35, has said in a statement earlier last year.  

US President Donald Trump and daughter Ivanka Trump walk toward Marine One before departing from the White House. (Getty Images)

The sensational book also details several disagreements between the former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and "Javanka," a name given to the duo Ivanka and Jared.

"It is a war between the Jews and non-Jews,” former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger is quoted saying in the book.

Bannon has always expressed a distaste the couple. In an interview with Vanity Fair in December, the former chief strategist had said, "The railhead of all bad decisions is the same railhead: Javanka.”

Ivanka Trump with husband Jared Kushner and their children. (Getty Images)

He also mentioned an Oval Office meeting conducted in August — before he was fired from his position — and referred to the first daughter as "the queen of leaks." Ivanka had responded to the accusation by calling Bannon a "fucking liar!"

Although the first daughter has never run for any kind of office, her ambitions to run for the presidential position was mentioned in her mother, Ivana Trump's book Raising Trump in October. Trump, in her book, had suggested that Ivanka could run for the presidential race "maybe in fifteen years."

"Who knows? One day, she might be the first female — and Jewish — POTUS," Trump had written in her book while referring to Ivanka.

Donald Trump speaks along with his daughter Ivanka during a video conference with NASA astronauts. (Getty Images)

Ivanka, when asked about her possible political ambitions in a 2016 Cosmopolitan interview, had responded with: "I have learned in life to never say never! It is too limiting!" suggesting that she may give the top position a try in the future.

Donald Trump's presidential election opponent in 2016 — Democrat Hillary Clinton — was the first female to be nominated by a major political party to run for the president. 

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