Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump are popularly known as being one of the White House’s best power couples, but there are rumors abound that they might not be around for long.
According to a report by the New York Times, they may not necessarily stay in Washington D.C. permanently.
The couples has made plans regarding whether or not they should reconsider staying in Washington D.C. every six months.
Even some of their friends have heard them discussing whether the pair should return to their day to day lives in New York City.
Kushner is now under FBI scrutiny for possibly creating a secret back-door channel that would help the Trump Administration discuss their policies with Moscow. While this allegation is far-fetched, it may put a damper of their plans of relocating back home.
According to CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, “Kushner is not going anywhere.”
But according to CNN Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, a departure isn’t in the cards anytime soon. Acosta tweeted, “Kushner not going anywhere, I’m told. He’s keeping his head down to focus on work and is eager to cooperate with inquiries, source says.”
He returned from President Trump’s first international trip amid allegations of ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Kushner is reportedly under FBI scrutiny for potentially establishing a secret back channel with Moscow to discuss policy issues, the Times reported.