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Ivanka Trump received $1.4 million from father Donald Trump's Washington DC hotel in 2020
Ivanka Trump was among the prominent figures in her father Donald Trump’s administration, serving as his adviser along with her husband Jared Kushner. Ms. Trump’s final financial disclosure report revealed she was paid over a million by her father’s hotel in Washington DC.
Ivanka filed her final financial disclosure report, which revealed that she received a $1.4 million paycheck from her father’s luxury hotel in Washington DC at the end of 2020. The amount came in despite the COVID-19 pandemic that affected the country’s economy, also affecting millions financially. Despite the high numbers, this was actually a significant drop from previous years such as in 2019, where Ivanka received $4 million from her stake at the hotel.
However, what remains to be explained is Ms. Trump’s stake at the hotel project she was overseeing before becoming her father’s adviser in the White House. The early disclosures revealed a value of between $5 million and $25 million. The latest revealed only $100,000 to $250,000 without any other disclosure of a sale. It should be noted that the hotel was leased from the government in the old Post Office building that was renovated by the Trump Organization, found between the White House and the Capitol and across from the FBI headquarters.
Other disclosures obtained by the Citizens for Responsible Ethics in Washington found that Ivanka has some projects with “future interests” where she did not specify the income. Ivanka has also listed property holdings by her husband, and their art collection that is valued between $5 million and $25 million.
In other news, Mr. Kushner was announced as one of the nominees for the Nobel Peace Prize along with his deputy Avi Berkowitz due to their work in overseeing negotiations in the Middle East. Voting rights activist Stacey Abrams was also included among the nominees, as was climate change activist Greta Thunberg, and the World Health Organization. Kushner and Berkowitz were nominated by Alan Dershowitz, the attorney who defended Donald Trump in his first impeachment trial.
However, the announcement received mixed reactions from users on Twitter. Some questioned the legitimacy of Kushner’s nomination, while others brought up Trump’s impending impeachment trial at the Senate that would take place next week.