Being in power, it comes as no surprise that Melania Trump and stepdaughter Ivanka Trump would have some tension between them. Though most speculate that this is hardly surprising, a former informal adviser has just added some fuel to that fire when she revealed that all was not smooth between the two from the first day that Donald Trump was sworn into office.

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff was an unpaid and informal adviser to the First Lady in the East Wing of the White House until 2018. She left the position after she was being pointed out by the Trumps as the one behind the alleged financial improprieties of the President’s inaugural committee.

Wolkoff released a book titled “Melania & Me: The Rise and Fall of My Friendship with the First Lady. The book included claims that there was bad blood between Melania and Ivanka.

The issue got more attention when Wolkoff appeared on The New Abnormal podcast hosted by Rick Wilson and Molly Jong-Fast of the Daily Beast. To back up that rift between Melania and Ivanka, she recalled an incident that happened in January 2017, not long after Donald Trump was officially seated into office.

This was about the time when an executive order banning the entry of foreigners from seven Muslim countries was made. Protests raged at that time and Wolkoff shared how Ivanka Trump hosted a White House screening of the movie, “Finding Dory” on Jan. 29.

Wolkoff termed the move by Ivanka as “tonedeafness,” pointing out how the stepdaughter preferred to do that than worry about children being separated from their parents.

Aside from that, the friction between Ivanka and Melania was explained as well. Wolkoff claims that Ivanka would interfere in Melania’s affairs by hiring staff picks that were being vetted for the East Wing and luring them to the West Wing.

The move allegedly angered Melania, reaching the point of her referring to Ivanka and her allies as "snakes."

Pero sources, Wolkoff’s claims were disputed. The same unnamed sources brand this is another sad attempt to profit off of the Trumps.

Ivanka Trump WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 04: Advisor and daughter of the president Ivanka Trump listens during an event to highlight the Department of Justice grants to combat human trafficking, in the Indian Treaty Room of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on August 4, 2020 in Washington, DC. Drew Angerer/Getty Images