Ivanka Trump Tweets National Security Document, Then Deletes It
Ivanka Trump is President Donald Trump’s daughter. She has been an adviser to the president and also uses Twitter, which is a favorite and prolific avenue of communication for her father.
On Sunday night, it appears that Ivanka Trump was dining with the current head of the World Bank, David Malpass. An image of the encounter was tweeted, complete with the title “National Security Strategy” on a document behind them. Here is the series of tweets containing that picture:
Hmm Ivanka posted this then deleted this any reason why? pic.twitter.com/TBFL9Z0dTW
— luke oneil (@lukeoneil47) May 9, 2019
Ivanka Trump later deleted the tweets, but they were preserved and tweeted out by Luke O’Neil. He then tweeted:
“I literally do not know for sure if that is bad but it seems like it? As I said I don’t know if it’s bad or not fact she deleted it just made me think so. It’s not top secret material or anything just weird that she’s talking about it with the world bank unless it isn’t.”
Apparently, O’Neil saw the same picture on Ivanka Trump’s Instagram feed, and said, “anyway, not my problem.”
Ivanka Trump tweeted the image again, this time without the incriminating messaging.
Great catching up with my friend @WorldBank President David Malpass and discussing the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi).
Learn more: https://t.co/36aFyWnCgu #WGDP #WeFi pic.twitter.com/ODz5TUl3Yx
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) May 9, 2019
Ivanka’s tweet has caught the eye of people who are very interested in the activities of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump. She is clearly involved in affairs that affect the running of the nation, and people are talking.
Vicky Ward, Kushner, INC. author said of former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly that Ivanka Trump’s behavior “is exactly what drove General Kelly to distraction.”
The White House would not comment on the circumstances surrounding this narrative. Of Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner, Ward said of the couple’s security clearances:
“[They] can’t be bothered with rules—which is why Kelly—and former White House counsel Don McGahn wrote a note to the file about the Ivanka’s and Jared’s security clearances, because normal vetting procedures showed they should not have them.