Without a doubt, former US President Donald Trump will make another run at the top seat in the 2024 elections. The past weeks have been filled with speculations on whether the 74-year-old will be the main ticket. If not, it could be anyone from his bloodline but the main name may be pulling out.

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner have reportedly been missing from the inner circle, both allegedly passing on politics per sources in a report from CNN. Both have not been saved a seat on the team of Trump’s planned next presidential run, some suggesting that both have gotten burned out by their time in Washington before the change in presidency.

“The drama of politics wore him down,” a source said. “Eventually, Trump wears everyone down.”

Between Kushner and Ivanka Trump, the latter likely got took a heavier toll. In fact, the daughter of Donald Trump has suffered from political fatigue, even asking friends and colleagues not to mention or ask anything related to her time in Washington.

But between her and Kushner, this is not expected to last long. Some still see her as someone likely to be pushed by Donald Trump in the event the former US president decides to let someone younger from his family run for office. Initially, she was mentioned to be running for a governor’s seat but others feel she could be running for the presidency. This remains to be seen.

As for Kushner, it remains to be seen if he will still be around. If Ivanka runs, he is likely to render the support for his wife. However, questions remain as to what capacity since he already took a hit devoting his time to the White House and sacrificing some business ventures. It is hard to depict he will continue to do so with most believing he is now trying to pick up the pieces and get his business side back on track. In a previous post, it was mentioned that Kushner has been left with several millions of dollars in debt.

White House Chief spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany (L), Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner greet President Donald Trump following a campaign rally on November 01, 2020 in Washington, Michigan. White House Chief spokesperson Kayleigh McEnany (L), Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner greet President Donald Trump following a campaign rally on November 01, 2020 in Washington, Michigan. Getty Images | John Moore