Finally! A classy first family. Liberals everywhere are very upset, and talking about it all over the media. Jared Kushner and Ivanka’s two children were photographed leaving the house with baked cookies and goods, to hand them to their secret service agents that were outside of the house!
This isn’t the first time Ivanka’s children have dolled out baked goods to friends and neighbors. They also tried to make peace with their neighbors, who have been flooded by noise and protests from liberals. The kids can’t do much, but Ivanka knows that baked sweets and actual kindness can go a long way.
OpposingViews.com has more:
Kalorama reportedly didn’t take to the Kushner family so well, at first. On several occasions, neighbors cited their frustration with the number of Secret Service cars taking up street parking. They also say they were forced to walk across the street when passing the Kushner home and further complained of an anti-Trump protest in the neighborhood. Others went on to rant about the overfilled trash cans sitting outside the house, off-schedule with the normal trash collection times.
Marietta Robinson lives across the street from the Kushner family and has reportedly witnessed the change in climate since they arrived.
“It has been a three-ring circus from the day that they’ve moved in,” she said, according to the Daily Mail. “They’ve completely ruined the neighborhood.”
Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton, who has voiced her discontent with the Trump administration, shared her concern about politicizing and criticizing the family’s protection plan, the Independent Journal Review reported. Chelsea tweeted: “It makes me very sad to read this & to know that anyone would ever say this. The President’s family’s protection should not be politicized.”
At first, the Kushner family seemed unaware of their overwhelming presence in the neighborhood. In a public statement shortly after they moved following her father’s inauguration in January, Ivanka said that the family had been welcomed with open arms by their neighbors.
But in March, two months after the family of five moved in, it became widely known that the neighborhood wasn’t so fond of the multitude of Secret Service vans and other annoyances. So Ivanka took to outward expression of gratitude.