Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner ‘don’t find comfort together’ amid new future plan
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The couple are senior advisers to US President Donald Trump, and as a result of his administration’s collapse after the US election, both will need to find something new to do with their time. They served in a voluntary capacity and were both known to have encouraged Mr Trump to accept defeat in the poll earlier this month, after the incumbent claimed election fraud. With more time on their hands to spend together, attention has turned to how their relationship appears in public.
Should Ivanka opt to run for presidency, which has been touted as her next career possibility, further studying of their life will no doubt be done by analysts.
And for body language expert Patti Wood, the pair show signs of not being “super-affectionate” with one another after she studied a series of photographs of Ivanka and Mr Kushner together from the G20 summit in Argentina two years ago.
The writer of Snap: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma argued Ivanka showed “tension throughout” her body, including her face “where you see a tight smile”.
Mr Kushner also displayed a similar characteristic as his “smile is tight, like a sealed envelope”.
He was “also ever-so-slightly leaning away from her”, Ms Wood detailed, which suggests Mr Kushner “may want to be seen as his own person at the event”.
She added to Refinery29: “They’re not finding comfort in each other. It may be because the spotlight is on them, and the formality of the event itself is creating that body language.”
Ivanka’s stance in most pictures showed signs of mirroring her father’s wife Melania Trump, who is renowned for her posture as a result of a previous career in modelling.
Despite showing little warmth to Mr Kushner, Ivanka does demonstrate a “bias” towards Mr Trump.
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Dr Reneé Carr, a psychologist and political and corporate adviser, reviewed footage this year of Ivanka staunchly defending her father after she was questioned about some of his choice comments towards opponents.
The expert said that the First Daughter was “highly biased towards her father’s actions and often excuses them,” which means she is “more likely to blame others”.
She also noted how “offended” she seems when anyone insults Mr Trump, adding: “She closes her eyes as a subconscious act of not wanting to see anything less than perfect about her dad.
“Ivanka is aware of the love and fondness her father has for her, she is also an intelligent and ambitious young woman.
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“As such, she knows how to get what she wants from her father; and Trump is pleased to knowingly oblige her.”
Mr Trump has admitted that Ivanka is his favourite child, despite the likes of sons Donald Trump Jnr and Eric Trump holding key positions within his administration and business interests.
It remains unclear exactly what the future holds for the Trump family, but such was the toxic nature of his administration, some have claimed their prospects have been severely damaged due to his presidency.
For example Jill Kargman, socialite and daughter of Chanel’s former chairman Arie Kopelman, told Tatler that any chances of Ivanka and Mr Kushner enjoying a similar life to the one they used to enjoy in New York were gone.
She said that she “knew enough outraged New Yorkers who will ice them socially”, adding: “I’m not saying they’ll actively throw tomatoes but they’ll be off guest lists and shunned in restaurants.
“Once ‘rona is gone and people are filling Broadway shows, bars, and charming streets for strolls, they won’t be able to do any of that because the boos will be deafening.”
But Steven Buckley, an associate lecturer in US media at the University of the West of England, argued Mr Trump may find his calling carrying out rallies.
He claimed he doesn’t see him running for office again, but said: “His only motivation would maybe be around criminal immunity the office of the presidency affords him.
“‘He will keep doing rallies. He will keep feeding the need to be in the spotlight.”
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