Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner play golf separately from Donald Trump amid rumors of rift between them

According to reports, Kushner has reportedly 'checked out of politics' and is enjoying 'some much needed time with his family' while distancing himself from the former president


                            Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner play golf separately from Donald Trump amid rumors of rift between them
Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were spotted playing golf separately from former President Donald Trump (Getty Images)

Former senior White House officials, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, were spotted hitting the golf range with their sons, Theodore and Joseph at the Trump Doral on Sunday, March 14, as former President Donald Trump was seen hitting a different range at his course just further down the Florida coast on Palm Beach.

This is not the first time Trump has been spotted playing separately from Ivanka and Kushner, amid rumors of a rift between the former president and his son-in-law over the former's alleged false claims of electoral fraud.

The former first daughter was spotted hand in hand with her husband, Kushner, as their sons practiced their swings. Kushner and Ivanka wore white polo shirts and caps, with Ivanka opting for salmon pink pants and Kushner wearing a pair of navy blue shorts, according to Daily Mail. The former White House advisors were spotted playing golf separately from Trump last week as well when the former president left the golf range just minutes before Kushner and Ivanka arrived.

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Former special adviser to former president Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump arrive at the signing ceremony of the Abraham Accords on the South Lawn of the White House on September 15, 2020, in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Kushner has reportedly "checked out of politics" and is enjoying "some much needed time with his family," according to sources who spoke to CNN anonymously. Rumors of a rift between Kushner and Trump arose after reports alleged that Kushner was trying to distance himself from the former president after Trump's refusal to let go of the claim that the 2020 presidential elections were stolen from him, leading to the failed insurrection on the US Capitol in January that claimed five lives. 

However, Trump advisor Jason Miller denied the reports of a rift between the two men and told The Daily Mail that they had met up at the club right before their separate golf outings and also had lunch together over the past week. While Kushner and Ivanka were spotted playing at the Trump Doral, Trump was seen at the Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, with four friends. 

Former advisor Jared Kushner looks on as former President Donald Trump speaks in the Oval Office to announce that Bahrain will establish diplomatic relations with Israel, at the White House in Washington, DC on September 11, 2020 (Getty Images).

The previous evening, on Saturday, March 13, Trump was at an event at the Mar-a-Lago, where the Alabama GOP presented him with a framed resolution lauding his accomplishments as president. The resolution declares Trump as "one of the greatest and most effective presidents in the 245-year history of this Republic" and claims that the former president "accomplished more in 48 months than Joe Biden did in 48 years as a senator and vice president."

While Trump has been spending more time with GOP politicians over the past month, Ivanka and Kushner have been embracing their life in Miami, Florida, after they moved to the state before Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the country. Since moving, Jared and Ivanka have been spotted at their local neighborhood near their luxury apartment in Arte Surfside, which, according to reports, has an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month.

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