Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner trolled with ‘not wanted’ posters across New York: 'Hapless minions who went along'
The posters have been pasted by liberals who mocked the first daughter’s 'fake posh accent' and her marriage to 'Slenderman'
President Donald Trump's critics are reportedly so fed up with him and his administration that they let out all their frustration over Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner. The liberals trolled mercilessly the first daughter by pasting her posters all across New York City that read, “Not Wanted”. After Trump won the 2016 presidential election, Ivanka with her family also moved to Washington DC as they worked for the White House. But since President-elect Joe Biden made it to the Oval office and his inauguration is scheduled for January 2020, the Trump family will have to move out soon. Reports have said that Ivanka and Kushner will shift to their $4.1 million Manhattan apartment at the Republican leader's Park Avenue building once he admits his defeat against the former vice president.
But the couple is reportedly not welcomed back in New York City. Comedy pair Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler, also known as The Good Liars, have posted a series of “Not Wanted” posters. The posters have mocked the first daughter’s “fake posh accent” and also Kushner, who they referred to as the mythical evil creature “Slenderman”. However, not just the liberals, but Project Lincoln, the group of Republicans who have made it their mission to take down the POTUS, also put up two billboards in Times Square. As per The Sun, one of the billboards mocked Ivanka’s 39-year-old husband, whose picture was next to a quote once uttered by him that “New Yorkers are going to suffer and that’s their problem”.
Meanwhile, another report stated that Ivanka and Kushner will most probably shift to Bedminster, New Jersey after the Trump administration ends. It has been said that the pair are planning to move to their Bedminster home, which means adding new rooms, a “relocated helicopter”, four new pickleball courts, a spa and yoga complex, and five "cottages" of 5,000 square feet each. Donny Deutsch, a Manhattan brand-management professional and critic of Trump, said that if the duo tried to return to New York they would “even have a harder time than Trump himself” to integrate themselves back into society. "[The president’s] despicable but larger than life. Those two are the hapless minions who went along,” Deutsch added.
But a former friend of Ivanka recently said, “they’ll be welcomed back by people who know the Trumps are as close as they’ll get to power. But everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy, or who doesn’t want their friends to shame them both in private and public will steer clear.” Also, a report claimed that Ivanka and other close advisers of Trump do not want any association with his legal fight to turn the results of the November 3 presidential election around. Cases have been filed alleging voter fraud that helped Biden win, but his daughter and other close advisers think it won’t end in their favor. The sources said, “even Jared and Ivanka think this is going nowhere.” “Most hardcore Trump sources have psychologically bailed, and are just waiting out the storm,” a report in Axios added.