Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump beat up so-called "gossip" parents at their children's former school after reportedly complaining about the couple violating COVID-19 guidelines and attending White House events without masks have.
The couple, who have three children, had sent them to the Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School valued at $ 28,400 a year since moving to the capital in 2017. On October 19, they moved to the Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy in Maryland, where fees rise to $ 25,270.
At the time it was worded, the move soon after Donald Trump and other White House officials tested positive for the virus was due to Berman offering more one-on-one classes amid the ongoing pandemic.
But the Jewish Telegraphic Agency now reports how other parents had raised their concerns about the couple having attended events in support of the president and in close contact with people in functions where COVID-19 was common.
The school reportedly failed to reach a compromise with the couple on this matter and the children were withdrawn. A Milton spokesman confirmed: "You have retired from school."
White House spokeswoman Carolina Hurley told DailyMail.com Thursday, "Unnamed sources attacking a family's decision about what is best for their children in the middle of a pandemic are shameful.
"As with all families, school choices and education are profoundly personal choices and they don't owe an explanation to anyone, especially idle rumors that get the attention of the press."
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner will join Air Force One with their children Arabella and Joseph in September. The couple withdrew their children from the Jewish day school they attended in Washington DC after parents reportedly raised concerns that the couple was violating COVID-19 safety guidelines
Kushner takes his kids to school last month. The couple, who have three children, had sent them to Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School since moving to the capital in 2017. On October 19, they moved to the Melvin J. Berman Hebrew Academy in Maryland
A Milton spokesman pictured told the website: "You have retired from school." However, three parents said the move came after parents raised concerns the couple failed to follow rules set by the school to stop the virus from spreading
One nameless mother had said: “There were concerns about the safety of children as it was clear that the Kushner parents were violating public health recommendations.
"At the same time as the states were piling up and kids were going back to school, we saw the Kushners violating quarantine requirements."
Amy Coney Barrett's ceremonial nomination to the Supreme Court is believed to have been one of the events in the White House that triggered the alarm. Jared and Ivanka were believed not to have been involved in the event, but they came into close contact with who they were and later tested positive.
Ivanka was then seen maskless with the rest of her family at the presidential debate in Cleveland. Days later, her father and first lady Melania tested positive.
When the president tested positive on October 2, parents reportedly also asked for details of the last time he saw the couple and their children.
A maskless Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump arrive on the South Lawn for a ceremony at the White House in September. One nameless mother said, "At the same time as the states were piling up and children were going back to school, we saw the Kushners violating quarantine requirements."
Eric Trump and Senior Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump (right) are pictured maskless for the first presidential debate at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on September 29th
Maskless members of the Trump family (L-R) Eric Trump, Ivanka Trump, Tiffany Trump and Donald Trump Jr. in the audience just before Trump and Joe Biden take part in the first 2020 presidential election debate at the Samson Pavilion in Cleveland in September
Amy Coney Barrett's solemn appointment to the Supreme Court on September 26 is believed to have been one of the events in the White House that triggered the alarm
In his guidelines, Milton had requested: “Students and families are expected to follow all social distancing and masking requirements when away from campus to minimize the risk and risk of contracting COVID-19 reduce employee and / or employee exposure or MILTON's students to COVID-19.
"To reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure at school, the school urges all families to limit their participation in large public or private gatherings, events, and other activities to those where social distancing can be maintained and who do." Guidelines regarding masks to be followed.
"Families and students should avoid holding or attending large gatherings where adequate social distancing is not feasible."
Parents had raised concerns that the couple attended events in support of the president and were in close contact with people who attended events where COVID-19 was spread. The couple is pictured with Arabella and Joseph in September
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"Everything she brings out is calculated and well thought out because she always looks at the big picture."
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