The first daughter and her husband are in their third season of “The Apprentice,” and Ivanka Trump has already won more than half the first-place votes of the season.
But that is only the beginning of the family’s power in this year’s first-ever televised competition for a high-ranking official in the United States.
The Trump family is one of a handful of U.S. presidents who are still active in the business world and not yet running for the presidency, a milestone that has been long in the making.
The first family has been in the spotlight since their patriarch, patriarch Donald Trump Jr., began running for president last year.
They are a very different type of president than the last.
In 2016, the Trumps were in the public eye for only a short time, and they were the first family to announce they were considering a run for president.
The Trumps have a history of political activism.
In the mid-1990s, President Bill Clinton appointed them to key posts in his administration, and in 2001, the family was named the “Nashville of the South” by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
The Trumps later donated millions of dollars to charities that advocate for civil rights.
In addition to their business ventures, the Trump family has also spent millions on political campaigns.
In 1992, the year before Bill Clinton was elected president, the couple spent nearly $2.2 million to defeat Republican presidential candidate George H.W. Bush in Florida.
That same year, they spent nearly half a million dollars on a failed Senate bid in California.
In the past few years, Ivanka Trump and her father have also taken a personal interest in politics.
The president has donated to political campaigns and candidates from both parties, and Ivanka has spoken out against Donald Trump during his presidency.
But despite all of that, it’s not clear Ivanka Trump will become the first president to win first-time votes in the televised competition.
In 2016, her father took first place with more than 80% of the first place votes of his campaign.
Ivanka Trump’s first place vote total of 16% in 2020 was the third-highest total of any woman in the first 10 presidential elections.
Ivanka Trump is the second-most-watched first-year host on television behind former first lady Michelle Obama, and her viewership is much higher than any other first-term host.
In 2020, the first daughter averaged nearly 5 million viewers per day on CNN, and the Trump campaign had a whopping 8.5 million viewers on Facebook.
The second-place vote tally for the Tramps in 2020 is even more staggering.
Ivanka, who has a total of 4.4 million viewers, was the second most-wanted person on the social media platform in the 2016 presidential election, according to a CNN report.
And that number is expected to double in the 2020 cycle.
The last first-day winner in the Trump-Ivanka family competition is Nancy Reagan, who in 1981 was the first woman to be the first lady of the United State.
In that race, Ivanka finished in third place, but she earned more than 40% of her first-round votes.
The two women share a history in politics and have been linked for years, but they are not on the same level as the Tramp family.
President Reagan was first elected in 1952 and has been a member of the U.N. Security Council for more than 30 years.
In 1984, the Reagan administration banned women from entering the White House.
That was because of the alleged threat of the Communist takeover of the Soviet Union, which had been predicted by many U.K. experts.
Reagan, however, never wavered from her position, and she served in the White White House from 1989 to 1993.
As a result, there is no record of the Trades winning first- or second-choice votes in any of the televised Trump-Trump family competitions.
Trump, who is a longtime supporter of abortion rights, has been one of the biggest opponents of abortion in the past.
During the 2016 election, he announced he would appoint Supreme Court justices to the court who would overturn Roe v.
Wade, which established the right to an abortion for any woman, regardless of her circumstances.
Trump has also opposed abortion rights legislation since he was elected.
The First Lady is a popular figure in the country.
She has been praised by politicians and celebrities alike, and President Trump has repeatedly praised her for her role in her husband’s administration.
Ivankas popularity in the U and abroad has also been increasing.
In recent years, she has taken a more hands-on role in the administration, working on issues like the Iran nuclear deal, North Korea sanctions and global trade.
In 2020, Ivanka and her brother, Eric, took over as the only two members of the Trump administration not to participate in the Celebrity Apprentice.
The show, which airs on NBC in the fall, is one-of-a-kind entertainment for the president, a reality show in which contestants compete for