Ivanka Trump sounds off on 2024 presidential run: 'Politics is a tough business'


Ivanka Trump tempered expectations of those expecting her to run for president someday on Wednesday, during a "CBS This Morning" segment.

A "CBS This Morning" interview between host Gayle King and the president's eldest daughter aired on Wednesday, and included a moment where King asked Trump if she was considering her own future presidential campaign.

"Should voters get their Ivanka 2024 campaign signs out?" King asked, adding for context that the "speculation has already started."

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"No," Ivanka Trump responded. "Politics is a tough business. Politics is a tough business."

Ivanka Trump has played an increasingly visible role in her father's White House since he assumed his Oval Office role this past January. The first daughter recently became an official federal employee, working as a special assistant under President Trump.

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Ivanka Trump helped coordinate recent meetings between Merkel and German business leaders during the chancellor's U.S. visit, and has focused her White House efforts on women's leadership and empowerment in multiple ways since her father's presidential inauguration.

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