How Donald Trump ruined Jared Kushner’s surprise proposal to Ivanka


Presidential Special Counsel Jared Kushner, left, and Ivanka Trump arrive for the Abraham Accords signing ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, September 15, 2020.

Jared Kushner (L) and Ivanka Trump at the White House in Washington, DC, September 15, 2020.Alex Wong/Getty Images

  • Donald Trump broke Jared Kushner’s surprise proposal to Ivanka.

  • In his new memoir, Kushner explains that he asked Trump for his daughter’s hand in marriage, MailOnline reports.

  • “Shortly after I left, I learned that Trump picked up the intercom and warned Ivanka,” Kushner said.

Donald Trump called his daughter Ivanka to tell him about Jared Kushner’s “imminent” marriage proposal, Kushner said.

In his new memoir, Kushner says he’s been talking to Trump about his plans to surprise Ivanka with a proposal.

“Later I learned that Trump picked up the intercom shortly after I left and warned Ivanka to expect an impending marriage proposal,” Kushner wrote in the book. mail online.

Kushner’s new memoir, “Breaking History,” details his time as Trump’s senior adviser during his presidency.

Kushner explains in the book that he took Ivanka to see the Broadway show Wicked while his brother decorated his apartment with rose petals and candles. He later proposed outside his apartment door, according to the outlet.

In an interview with a British broadcaster sky news On Friday, Kushner explained how he got worried after his Broadway show was delayed.

“That night I took my wife to a Broadway show. Broadway shows always start on time and start like clockwork. was in my apartment with a

“So we got there. I was very, very nervous, but luckily she said yes.” Since then, we have had a wonderful trip together.

He told Sky News’ Kay Burley that he didn’t know until later that Trump had ruined the surprise.

The couple married in 2009 at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and have three children.

In an interview with Sky News, Kushner also suggested: Won’t join another Trump administration and his father-in-law “Clearly thinking” about running again.

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