Jared Kushner expected to be named senior White House adviser

Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law, is expected to be named White House senior adviser, according to a senior transition official.

She added, "I plan to take time to settle our three young children into their new home and schools", though it is still yet to be seen if she will be involved in the Trump administration in any official way.

His daughter Ivanka Trump, who worked as an executive in the Trump Organization and now has ownership stakes in Trump assets "will have no further involvement with or management authority" in the family business, the lawyer said.

Selling the company's assets through an initial public offering - making the Trump Organization a public company listed on a stock market - would be a "cumbersome and complicated process" that is "not realistic" and would be "inappropriate", Dillon said.

In previous statements, Ivanka has expressed interest in advocating for women with her new political platform, which she again discussed in this post.

Ivanka Trump is resigning her role as Executive Vice President of Development & Acquisitions after 11 years with the organization.

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Kushner has frequently been spotted with the president-elect following Trump's upset victory - including days after the win when he accompanied Trump to visit President Obama in the White House.

Having Ivanka simultaneously running the family business would have proved untenable.

As a result of lingering ethics questions, Trump's long-awaited press conference will not put to rest concerns over his potential conflicts of interest. Abigail Klem, previously the chief brand officer for Ivanka Trump Collection, has been appointed president. "I just think we have the better argument", Gorelick said. Dillon added: "This way it is the American people who will profit". "Thank you to those of you who've lent your voices and perspective. A well-wired source tells me her focus will be consistent with her brand: issues affecting women who work, including family leave and equal pay".

Kushner attorney Jamie Gorelick said on NBC's "Today" program said Kushner is "going to step away from his businesses" and "going to extricate himself entirely". "Together, Don, Eric and Allen will have the authority to manage the Trump organization, and will make decisions for the duration of the presidency without any involvement whatsoever by President-elect Trump". This impacted more than 30 deals, many of which were set to close by the end of 2016'.

The OGE also said every modern president has liquidated their assets, established a qualified blind trust, or both.

Ivanka will have plenty to keep her hands full. She says she has heard from many people who have shared their ideas, stories and expertise on these topics.

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