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The party must go on? Ivanka wishes Jared Kushner a happy 40th birthday and shares photo of him celebrating with their three kids - as Dems prepare to impeach her father over Capitol riot

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The party must go on? Ivanka wishes Jared Kushner a happy 40th birthday and shares photo of him celebrating with their three kids - as Dems prepare to impeach her father over Capitol riot

  • Ivanka, 39, posted a photo of Jared Kushner and their three children posing in front of a huge birthday cake on her Instagram account on Sunday 
  • In the caption, she wished 'her love' a happy 40th birthday 
  • The post came as Nancy Pelosi said the Democrats will proceed with the impeachment of Donald Trump if Mike Pence doesn't use the 25th amendment
  • During an appearance on 60 Minutes, hours after Ivanka shared her birthday tribute, Pelosi slammed those who took part in the Capitol riot
  • Ivanka came under fire on January 6, the day of the riots, when she described the violent MAGA protesters as 'patriots' in a tweet  
  • The following day, moving trucks were seen outside Ivanka and Jared's home in Washington, D.C. further fueling speculation that they are planning to move
  • Ivanka Trump set aside any concerns about her father's potential impeachment on Sunday in order to celebrate her husband Jared Kushner's 40th birthday at home with their three kids. 

    The 39-year-old First Daughter took to Instagram to mark the occasion, sharing a photo of Jared posing with their children, Arabella, nine, Joseph, seven, and Theodore, four, in front of a large birthday cake - her first Instagram post since a mob of MAGA protesters stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday.  

In the image, which she captioned simply, 'Happy 40th Birthday my love,' Jared and his children are seen posing in a room that is filled with party decorations - alongside a table topped with an enormous multi-layer birthday cake and several other baked treats. The post was met with mixed reactions, with some of Ivanka's close friends and  family members sending their own well wishes to Jared in the comments section, including Don Jr's partner Kimberly Guilfoyle, who wrote: 'Happy birthday Jared!' 

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Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders chimed in: 'Happy happy birthday Jared!!!'  

However others were quick to point out the poor timing of the celebratory post, with one commenter questioning why Ivanka has failed to speak out more about the MAGA mob who laid siege to the Capitol on Wednesday. 'Why haven’t you said anything about what happened on January 6? You seem awfully quiet,' the Instagram user wrote.  

'Your actions are shameful!!!' another commented. 'An insurrection and birthday in one week. Your busy Ivanka,' a third chimed in. Ivanka's birthday tribute to her husband comes just days after the senior White House adviser was slammed for referring to the MAGA mob as 'American patriots' in a since-deleted tweet. ‘[A]ny security breach or disrespect to our law enforcement is unacceptable,’ she tweeted to the mob. ‘The violence must stop immediately. Please be peaceful.’


Ivanka then went back on herself after deleting the post, responding to one user who asked if she was calling the mob ‘patriots’ that: ‘No. Peaceful protest is patriotic.’President Trump is continuing to face furious fallout in the wake of the riot, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announcing on Sunday, just as Ivanka posted her birthday photo of Jared, that the Democrats will proceed with the impeachment of her father unless Mike Pence uses the 25th amendment to remove him from office.

Pelosi made the announcement in a letter to colleagues, framing it as an ultimatum to Pence to invoke the powers of the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office. If not, she said, the House would proceed with impeachment, which would make Trump the only President to be impeached twice. 'In protecting our Constitution and our Democracy, we will act with urgency, because this President represents an imminent threat to both,' she said, and added: 'The horror of the ongoing assault on our democracy perpetrated by this President is intensified and so is the immediate need for action.'   

Reference: The Guardian: Arwa Mahdawi 

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