Ivanka Trump and siblings voice support for father following guilty verdict

 June 1, 2024

A New York jury found former President Donald Trump guilty this past week on 34 counts of falsifying business records.

While the verdict sparked a frenzy of commentary from pundits, Trump's eldest daughter Ivanka had a more concise reaction. 

Ivanka Trump wrote "I love you dad" in Instagram post

According to ABC News, Ivanka Trump posted a childhood photo to her Instagram account on Thursday along with the caption, "I love you dad."

Despite having served as an advisor in her father's administration, Ms. Trump announced in 2022 that she did not plan to be involved in his 2024 campaign.

"I love my father very much. 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," ABC News quoted her as saying at the time.

However, the website Puck reported last month that Ivanka Trump has since "begun quietly surveying allies about how, and when, she might help the Trump campaign—and possibly find herself back in the White House."

Donald Trump Jr. says this year's election is "our last chance" to save country

Ivanka Trump was not the only member of her family to weigh in on the former president's conviction, as her older brother Donald Trump Jr. did so as well.

He provided a statement to ABC News that read, "The Democrats have succeeded in their years-long attempt to turn America into a third-world s--thole."

The eldest of the Trump children then went on to contend that this year's upcoming presidential election will be "our last chance to save it."

Also expressing his thoughts was Eric Trump, who suggested that his father's guilty verdict may ultimately backfire on Democrats by galvanizing supporters.

Post-verdict poll shows Donald Trump two points ahead of Joe Biden

He wrote in a social media post that "May 30th, 2024 might be remembered as the day Donald J. Trump won the 2024 Presidential Election."

A HarrisX poll carried out on May 30 and May 31 found that Donald Trump was ahead of President Joe Biden by two points among registered voters.

While Tiffany Trump did not address her father's conviction, New York's NBC 4 reported that she and husband Michael Boulos were in court two days before the verdict was announced.


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