Ivanka Trump stuns in a plunging and strapless red dress as she attends a friend’s wedding in Mexico – as form – Daily Mail

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  • Ivanka Trump blasts any talk of her return to her father’s campaign 
  • She and Jared  want to stay away from ‘the fabricated gossip swirling around of an imminent return to politics in DC,’ friends of the couple told DailyMail.com
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Ivanka Trump brushed off rumors of an imminent return to politics by taking a glamorous trip to Mexico with husband Jared Kushner to celebrate a friend’s wedding.

Friends tell DailyMail.com that the former first daughter is focused on her private life and not ‘fabricated’ gossip.

‘They went on a long planned weekend celebrating a friend’s wedding, far away from the fabricated gossip swirling around of an imminent return to politics in DC. The couple remains focused on their family and private lives,’ friends close to the couple said.

Ivanka, who served as a senior adviser to her father in his White House, made it clear she was out of politics when Donald Trump announced he was running for president again.

“I love my father very much,” she said at the time. “This time around, I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating as a family. I do not plan to be involved in politics.” 

That remains her stance despite a report in Puck News that she was ‘not ruling out having some sort of role’ in her father’s campaign. 

Instead, her focus remains on her family – she and Jared have three children – their life in Miami and their friends.

She posts regular updates on her life on Instagram, including photos from this weekend.  

Ivanka, looking stunning in a red gown by Cristallini, and Jared, in a tux, were in Valle de Bravo, a town on Lake Avándaro, west of Mexico City, for a friend’s wedding.

‘Celebrating love and the magic of Mexico,’ she wrote Sunday on her social media post.

Ivanka Trump, with the-President Donald Trump (above) in the Oval Office in April 2017, has no plans to return to politics

Ivanka and Jared are raising their three children - Arabella, Theodore and Joseph - in Miami

Both Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump served as advisers to Donald Trump during his presidency - above they are seen celebrating Christmas at the White House

The couple have worked to distance to distance themselves from Donald Trump’s re-election campaign and the general Trump orbit.

They relocated to Florida with children Arabella, 12, Joseph, 9, and Theodore, 8, after Donald Trump left office in January 2021.

And Ivanka wasn’t at Mar-a-Lago in November 2022 when Donald Trump announced he would seek another term in the White House. 

It was a change of pace for the former first daughter, who was heavily involved in Trump’s first term in the White House. She had an office in the West Wing and frequently represented the administration both at home and abroad. 

However, as of late, the couple has focused on their lives in the private sector. 

Kushner, who was at Donald Trump’s re-election announcement, launched his Miami-based investment firm, Affinity Partners.

He hasn’t made any attempt to return to politics since his appearance at Mar-a-Lago with his father-in-law. He’s also not commented on reports he could serve as secretary of state in a second Trump term.

He did sit with an interview with the New York Times about his investment strategy and work in the private sector. 

In fact a second Donald Trump term could be a headache for his business, bringing up all sorts of conflict of interest questions the family had to deal with when Trump first became president and had to distance himself from his Trump Organization. 

Meanwhile, Ivanka has been spotted on school runs with her kids, attending their sporting events and doing charity work.

One area the couple has remained involved with is the Middle East. During the Trump administration, Jared, who served as a senior adviser to the president, helped draft the Abraham Accords, where the UAE and Bahrain established diplomatic ties with Israel.

Ivanka converted to Judaism before her 2009 marriage to Jared, an observant Jew. They are raising their children in the Jewish faith.

In December, the couple toured a kibbutz in Israel that was devastated by the Hamas conflict. During their trip, they heard from local residents who had lived in the community before it was devastated in the October attack by Hamas.

Ivanka Trump donned a bulletproof vest as she and Jared Kushner toured a kibbutz in Israel in December that was devastated by the Hamas conflict

Ivanka Trump was spotted on her to a Miami synagogue in November with daughter Arabella, where they helped pack essential supplies for displaced Israeli civilians

Ivanka Trump was questioned by New York prosecutors in November about their case against her father's business

Ivanka also has helped pack supplies for civilians displaced by the conflict. She  remains active with the charity CityServe, which provides meals for those displaced. 

Ivanka has worked with the group for more than four years, helping them serve food to those in need during COVID and sending supplies to refugees in the Ukraine.  

She has not, however, been able to completely separate from her father. 

In November, she testified in Donald Trump‘s $250 million civil fraud trial in New York. She was questioned by prosecutors about her role in securing loans for the Trump Organization.

Ivanka was not part of the lawsuit by New York State where a judge ruled against her family, barring her father from any New York business deals for three years and her two oldest brothers – Don Jr. and Eric – from any deals for two years. 

And she testified in House Democrats’ probe of the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol where she revealed her belief that Joe Biden won the 2020 election.  

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