Ivanka Trump doesn’t plan on attending President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
A family that commits crimes together stays together. Ivanka Trump said she won’t be going to her father’s competitor’s inauguration. But the gag is: a White House official said Ivanka was never “expected” to attend in the first place, People reports. The inauguration is set for Jan. 20.
“Ivanka is not expected to attend the inauguration nor was she ever expected to,” a White House official told PEOPLE. Previous false reports claimed the Trump offspring was thinking about attending the major event.
In his last few weeks, Trump has done the same thing he’s been doing for the last four years: cause problems. Last week, domestic terrorists and white supremacists stormed the U.S. Capitol building after Trump to encourage them and incite violence. Ivanka joined her father in supporting the domestic terrorists, calling the mob “American Patriots.” “Peaceful protest is patriotic. Violence is unacceptable and must be condemned in the strongest terms,” she said in a since-deleted tweet.
While orangy and clementine may not attend, Trump’s Vice President, Mike. Pence is expected to be there. Pence and Trump haven’t been on the best terms since Pence decided against changing the results of the election.
Last week, Trump told his gang of supporters to “fight like Hell” as they marched to the Capitol. Trump tweeted about Pence, saying he “didn’t have the courage” to overturn the election results, a task trump urged him to do. Since then, Trump has been removed from Twitter permanently.
Nevertheless, former U.S. presidents, including Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and our fave, Barack Obama, all plan on being there for the swearing-in ceremony. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, along with Michelle Obama and Laura Bush.