Ivanka Trump's new neighbors: Noise, security disruptions have 'ruined the neighborhood'
By: Maria Mercedes Galuppo
Ivanka Trump's new neighbors in Kalorama aren't thrilled with the "three-ring circus" she and her family reportedly brought to the Washington, D.C. neighborhood.
She and her husband Jared Kushner recently moved there, and the ensuing noise, trash and traffic issues have neighbors riled up, according to the Associated Press reports noise.
Marietta Robinson, an appointee of President Obama's, lives across the street from the Trumps. She tells the AP family has "completely ruined the neighborhood," the same one where Obama and his family have lived since leaving the White House.
Robinson claims Secret Service vehicles outside the $5.5-million house have disrupted the neighborhood and that Trump goes to and from her home with a four-vehicle motorcade.
Residents have contacted Mayor Muriel Bowser with several complaints, including new "No Parking" signs put up on the street. Since the complaints, those notices have been removed.
An elected neighborhood commissioner speculated politics may have something to do with it, before that noting that Secretary of State — and fellow neighborhood newbie — Rex Tillerson's situation is "much less intrusive."