‘It’s Too Painful’: Trump Reveals Why He’ll Quit Politics For Good

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According to the former president, his family’s tenure in the White House would come to an end if he were to win reelection in 2024.

Trump remarked, “That’s enough for the family,” when asked about the possibility of a second term during a Fox News interview. “That’s enough for the family. It’s too painful for the family. My family has been through hell.”

Ivanka Trump, the president’s eldest daughter, and her husband, Jared Kushner, held top adviser positions during Trump’s first term, drawing harsh criticism.

Since then, Ivanka Trump has cut ties with her father and the political world. In a lawsuit against her brothers, she had reportedly replaced the majority of the attorneys who had previously defended her, according to Forbes in April. She has also been rebranding herself on social media to further distinguish herself from the name and reputation of her father.

Additionally, Kushner revealed before a grand jury earlier this month that the former president thought the 2020 election had been rigged. Ivanka Trump and Kushner both testified before the committee on January 6 and worked with federal investigators in the cases against him. Trump was allegedly “very upset” about this.

However, Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, as well as their partners Kimberly Guilfoyle and Lara Trump, have continued to be staunch supporters. They have frequently served as his proxies and loudest supporters.

When Lara Trump, the wife of Eric Trump, opened a letter containing white powder, previous fear tactics were employed to terrify the family.

Other members of the Trump family, including former first lady Melania Trump, seem to have pulled away from the political spotlight in addition to Ivanka Trump.

Prior to January 6, Trump is facing a second federal prosecution regarding the potential annulment of the 2020 election. He learned that he is the subject of the inquiry in a letter from the special counsel’s office.

“I think it’s quite clear that Donald Trump is going to double his current number of indictments in the near future,” said Neal Katyal on an interview with MSNBC, former acting Soliciter General of the U.S.

After the hush money payments to former porn star Stormy Daniels were made public, former Trump attorney Michael Cohen was found guilty of lying to Congress. In the Manhattan District Attorney’s inquiry into the hush money payments, Cohen is a crucial witness.

Business Insider claims that Jared Kushner set up a front company to help finance the Trump family’s $617 million re-election expenditures.

“They like to say they don’t know, but that’s not true,” said one source familiar with the shell company telling Business Insider. “What they wanted was excuses so they could blame other people. If they thought that, why did they keep using it?”


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