Ivanka Trump has been approached about writing a book on her time in the White House, sources exclusively tell Page Six — and she could also be planning a potential political career in Florida as her home base.
Trump has previously published two tomes — “The Trump Card” and “Women Who Work” — but a source tells Page Six of the first daughter and presidential adviser: “She has been keeping extensive notes on her time in the White House,” and could pen her third book “based on her time in the West Wing.”
The source added, “Ivanka has been known to correct friends who mistakenly thought she worked only in the East Wing.”
The source said of the book: “She wants to set the record straight on a long list of issues, including confronting her critics head-on.”
Ivanka would take on criticism, the source said, that “she was out of her depth as the president’s adviser, the constant rumors she was being marginalized by her dad, the supposed tension with [stepmother] Melania, and the very important things she got done with women’s issues, family leave and more.”
The source added, “She will also address what she says is the targeting of her life and business by the liberal media, [Democratic] politicians and the New York attorney general.” The AG’s office last month reportedly sent a subpoena to the Trump Organization for records, including ones related to Ivanka’s consulting fees, and she tweeted, “This is harassment pure and simple,” and called the move, “100% motivated by politics, publicity and rage.”
But another source told us of any book plans: “She has a consequential role as a close adviser and daughter, so yes, she has been approached regarding a book. It’s one of the number of options available to her, but it’s nowhere near top of mind or imminent. Certainly no outlines or proposals. She’s hyper-focused on her family, and the work she’s doing at the White House.”
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As far as a future in politics, our first insider said of Ivanka, “She wants one!” — and that she could use her new home base of Florida to run for office there.
The first source also said that any book plans would happen, “once she gets resettled in Florida, and New York, and has time for meetings.”
Page Six exclusively reported that Trump and husband Jared Kushner have bought a $30 million-plus lot of land on Miami’s Indian Creek Island.