Ivanka Trump And Her Family Show Their Respect For The secret Service
Ivanka Trump has class. Not many rich kids are this well behaved. Their parents raised them to respect others and to treat everyone with grace and dignity.
Ivanka Trump, like all children of sitting presidents, is protected by a Secret Service detail, a straightforward and accepted fact, yet that hasn’t stopped the ridiculous left from being critical about it.
It seems Ivanka has found a way to show the Secret Service some appreciation for their time and hard work, while also managing to win over critics in her own neighborhood.
While the work the Secret Service does certainly can’t be considered easy, it seems that Ivanka Trump and her family want to make it at least a little bit sweeter.
As the Daily Mail reports:
The Kushner family showed their appreciation to the Secret Service Friday morning, by bringing them some treats.
Jared Kushner and his two oldest children, five-year-old Arabella and three-year-old Joseph, brought out a tray of goodies to the agents on duty outside of the family’s Kalorama home on Friday.
Little Joseph smiled ear-to-ear as he carried the tin tray out of the house to one of his protectors.
Photographers were on hand to capture the adorable moment:
When Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner moved into the Kalorama neighborhood of Washington DC with their three children, it caused an annoyance for many of the residents.
The Kushner family’s arrival to the neighborhood brought with it a whole lot of troubles, including security camping out on the block where their house is located. Many
Many neighbors complained about being unable to use the sidewalk near the Kushner home due to the security presence. Apparently, the security even posted “no parking” signs in front of their neighbors’ homes.
Added to that, the residential area became a hotbed of picture takers who annoyed the neighborhood.
How Ivanka has dealt with this local kerfuffle offers insight into her role in the Trump court. Part goodwill ambassador, part court consigliere, she has the most access to her father. In Kalorama, Ivanka employed her own brand of diplomacy. She knocked on each of her neighbors’ doors with stealth weapons in tow: her children and baked goods. The blatant PR offensive was highly effective. “Lovely, just lovely,” says Rhona Friedman, a lawyer, and neighbor who had been wary. “People who know her say the same thing: that she’s very gracious.”
Friedman had reportedly “screamed,” and took her problems to city officials when the “no parking” signs appeared in front of her home. It would appear that Ivanka’s baking – or at least her choice in pastry shops – is good enough to win over her most critical neighbor.