Is the end of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner's marriage approaching
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According to the American website OK!, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner’s 13-year long marriage may be nearing its end. Reportedly, the couple continues to quarrel, with their family troubles becoming more severe by the day.

In this context, one of the sources said, “Everything falls apart. They are always fighting, and they could hardly contain their anger towards each other to the point that they had a fight in public.”

toxic and uncomfortable
According to the American website OK

“At the moment, the situation between them is toxic and uncomfortable,” the source added

The site explained that problems began between the spouses after Ivanka’s father, Donald Trump, lost the 2020 presidential election. As a result, Jared asked Ivanka to abandon her father for the sake of their reputation and the future of their children

The source explained that Jared still considers himself a “power broker”, and knows very well that if Ivanka continues to support her father, he will lose all his relationships, especially the big business.

Despite this, Ivanka continued to support her father until January 6, 2021, when Donald Trump did not stop people from storming the Capitol. However, after this incident, she was forced to study her position and withdraw from her father’s campaign.

Another source said, “Ivanka went through difficult periods at the end of her father’s term, and that continued for months, because the Trump family was affected by the storm and the chaos in which everything ended.”

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He continued, “She exposed all the underhand conversations and gossip that persisted without end. When she eventually decided to leave, it was as if she could not get away fast enough.”

And the site previously indicated that there were problems between Ivanka and Kushner when they appeared “distant and cold” while attending a party on a yacht in Miami.

One of those present said, “They never spoke to each other. They stood in the same group, appearing as two people who only knew each other. They kept their distance.”