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Former Trump Insider Says Ivanka Is Desperate To “Rehab Her Image Before Court”

Ivanka Trump is a primary source for reporters whose books include behind-the-scenes details of life in the Trump White House, and she’s faking the stories to protect herself, says Noel Casler, who used to observe the family when he worked on the set of Celebrity Apprentice. “That’s not how she talks.”

CLEVELAND, OH – JULY 21: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump test the teleprompters and microphones on stage before the start of the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Ivanka will introduce her father before he gives his acceptance speech tonight, the final night of the convention. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

As reported yesterday, one of these new books, I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Catastrophic Final Year, by Philip Rucker and Carol D. Leonnig, details the activities inside the White House while Donald Trump’s fan base was attacking the Capitol Building and trying to prevent Congress from certifying the election results. The story, assembled from accounts by those present at the time, portrays Donald Trump as focused on how much the crowd adored him, while cooler heads, such as Ivanka, tried to talk him into making a statement to get the crowd to stand down.

“Mike Pence is a good man,” she reportedly said, concerned about her father aiming his fans at the Vice President, falsely claiming that Pence could overturn the election in Trump’s favor if he was willing.

This doesn’t strike Casler as true. He says that this doesn’t sound like anything Ivanka — who he says has never met a good man in her life — would say.

Sharing a video in which he details his views on the former president’s past with Russia, and susceptibility to kompromat, Casler declares that Ivanka is the primary source for these conversations, and that she’s carefully painting herself in a positive light because she knows that indictments are coming.

Even on January 6th, Ivanka was being publicly cautious — she deleted a tweet in which she had referred to the attackers as patriots, and corrected herself, condemning the violence.

She had reportedly had aspirations for her own political endeavors after her father left office, but has since stepped back, denying any plan to mount a primary challenge to Marco Rubio in the next election.



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