November 15 According to US media reports, the three children of US President Trump’s daughter Ivanka have dropped out of school, and their school issued a statement announcing the news. Many parents of the school said in an interview that Ivanka and Kushner were repeatedly found not to comply with the epidemic prevention regulations. In response, the White House responded.
According to the Jewish Telegraph Agency (JTA), since Ivanka and her husband became senior advisers to the White House in 2017, their three children have been transferred to Milton Goldsman Jewish School. A spokesperson for this school said on the 11th that they had already transferred. From October 20th, they began studying at the Melvin Berman Hebrew College in Maryland.
Three parents expressed their dissatisfaction with Kushner and Ivanka’s failure to comply with school epidemic prevention regulations when attending the event. Milton Goldsman Jewish School previously required parents of students to sign a Coronavirus agreement, which is based on guidelines issued by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, requiring families to avoid gatherings outside the school, especially those who cannot guarantee social distance and people do not wear masks Party.
According to reports, the agreement was released at the end of September, when the White House held a number of campaign events, during which people did not wear masks and maintained social distance. A parent said that the flashpoint of the incident was on September 26, when the White House held a ceremony to nominate a Supreme Court justice.
At least 11 guests tested positive for Coronavirus, many of whom met with the Ivankas. On September 29, Ivanka went to Cleveland, Ohio to watch the debate between Trump and Biden. The live photos showed that Ivanka was not wearing a mask.
The parent said: “Parents are worried about the safety of their children. Obviously, the Ivankas have violated public health advice.” On October 2, Trump announced the diagnosis and the school did not explain Ivanka’s three children to all parents.
Date of last contact with Trump. The school had discussed plans with Kushner and Ivanka, but did not reach a consensus. The Ivankas transferred their children under pressure.
White House spokesperson Carolina Hurley issued a statement on the matter on the 12th, saying, “It is shameful that an unknown source of information is attacking a family’s best decision for their children during the pandemic.
Just like all families, the choice of school and education are entirely personal decisions.”