- Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have made plans to expand properties on President Trump’s New Jersey golf course, The New York Times wrote.
- Plans include an expansion of their existing property, as well as five new “cottages,” a spa complex, and a “convenience store,” according to the Times.
- It is not clear whether the couple will be based there, as the question of their future will continue to arise after Trump leaves office.
- Recent reports suggest that the couple is unlikely to take back New York’s social life.
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Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are planning to expand their estates in New Jersey, The New York Times reported as they plan their lives after the White House.
These early signs of a high-quality social scene in New York, where they once moved, suggest that they will not be taken back.
Trump and Kushner have a list of their properties, according to the Times. They include new properties in their main property, a heliport, five 5,000-square-foot houses, a spa complex and a “convenience store.”
Trump representatives are due to present the plans to Bedminister Township on Dec. 3, the Times reported, although a friend of the family told the outlet that construction had already begun.
It is unclear whether the two plan to establish themselves after January 20, when both will lose their White House advisory role when President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
The Times reported that the Bedminster moves will occur when their former New York social circles are ready to throw them away.
Donny Deutsch, a Manhattan brand management specialist who often criticizes Trump, told the Times that “they will have an even harder time than Donald Trump himself” in reintegration.
“Despicable, but bigger than life. These two are the unfortunate minions who went.”
CNN has previously reported that New York is likely to reject the party.
And Trump’s childhood friend wrote an all-encompassing essay for Vanity Fair, expressing the hope that it would make it harder for Trump to return to New York.
The Times also noted that Trump and Kushner met with opposition in the Washington DC community.