The Women's March on Washington has already made history as perhaps the biggest post-inauguration protest march in D.C. in history.
But while the Trump family is apparently staying far away from the massive protest, at least one member of the extended family was reportedly spotted in the middle of the action.
Venture capitalist Joshua Kushner, the brother of Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, was spotted in D.C. amid thousands of marchers, many of whom may have been unaware of who was in their midst.
— Benjamin Freed (@brfreed) January 21, 2017
The photo, which was taken by Washingtonian food reporter Jessica Sidman, was posted on Twitter by fellow Washingtonian reporter Benjamin Freed. According to the publication's report, Joshua Kushner told other marchers on site that he was there "observing."
Despite his connection to the Trump family, Joshua has in the past (through a spokesperson) claimed that he would not vote for Trump. Additionally, high-profile fashion model Karlie Kloss, who has been closely linked to Joshua Kushner, took to Instagram months ago to voice her support for Hillary Clinton.
A post shared by Karlie Kloss (@karliekloss) on Nov 8, 2016 at 5:07am PST
So while the Trump family has mostly presented a united front, on a historic day in D.C. at least one extended member of the group lent his presence to one of the biggest protests ever held in the nation's capital.