Ivanka Trump: First Daughter ‘could move back into reality TV’ as administration crumbles

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights.

Although US President Donald Trump insists he won the hotly contested US election, Democrat rival Joe Biden has now been projected to officially win the race, and take his place in the White House. Mr Trump has threatened legal action over the vote, and has since made a series of baseless claims that fraud occurred, particularly with mail-in ballots. Yet, when Mr Trump is removed from office it remains unclear as to what he, and First Daughter Ivanka, will actually do as the next steps within their careers.

Recent reports have emerged that Mr Trump could stand as the Republican nominee in 2024, and bid to enter a third race to become President once again.

Similar remarks have linked Ivanka with a tilt at the presidency but speculation has also begun to gather momentum that she could be set for another stint in reality TV.

Ivanka became a household name on her father’s show The Apprentice, which sees budding businessmen and businesswomen attempt to show off their skills and earn a place within the echelons of business.

And she nearly had another crack at reality stardom in 2013 when producers worked on a new show to “further establish Ivanka with TV viewers”.

On YouTube, The List said: “Called Trump Girls, the competition pitted beauty pageant contestants chosen by Donald Trump against female brokers from Trump International Realty.

“Promo materials noted the women would have to do, quote, ‘whatever it takes to win the week’s payday,’ which ‘could mean anything from a chartered plane to Monaco to a seven-figure commission.’

“Viewers never got a chance to have their say on the show’s overall premise, however, because the pilot never aired — and Ivanka never took her star turn.

“The Trump family reportedly pulled the plug, because they deemed the cast too small and uninteresting.”

JUST IN: Trump successor: Ivanka, Donald Jr and Eric all touted to take over

But a source told OK! that she could move to a show such as Dancing with the Stars, with the insider adding: “The real question isn’t if the show wants her, it is if Ivanka will want to hit the ballroom floor now that she is one of the most famous daughters in the world.”

The List also predicts that it is likely Ivanka will return to a more “business-orientated” competition, similar to that of The Apprentice.

The channel added: “The First Daughter is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business, a major deal-maker for her father’s Trump Organisation, and an advocate for the education and economic empowerment of women.

“She also launched her own namesake fashion brand, which never quite found its following and suffered from poor sales. Ivanka ultimately shut it down in 2018 in order to focus on her political role with her father’s administration.”

DON’T MISS:
Melania Trump humiliation: FLOTUS’ Be Best campaign doomed amid flaw [ANALYSIS]
Ivanka Trump follows Melania in black suit for Donald’s morning speech [UPDATE]
Ivanka Trump news: Donald’s daughter in red dress and leather gloves [INSIGHT]

So far, Ivanka – and her father – have not commented on exactly what they will do next, but she appeared to wish to stay closer to politics with her next job.

During an interview with RealClearPolitics, before the election loss, Ivanka claimed to be a “pragmatist when it comes to everything”.

And when quizzed about being labelled a “populist”, the businesswoman added: “I think a lot of these labels, to be quite honest, are really limiting in terms of what you call yourself or how you identify… but I don’t reject that label at all.”

Source: Read Full Article