The author of a new book focused on the President’s daughter Ivanka Trump and son-in-law Jared Kushner, and warns of the danger that she believes the two White House advisers represent given the influence they have on the Trump administration.
The so-called first daughter Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner seem to fear the release of this new book titled "Kushner, Inc.", written by Vicky Ward, which recounts the underlying reasons for the arrival of the couple, better known as "Javanka", to the White House.
The volume portrays the couple as an entity that forces the employees of the White House to their will and plans attacks on their enemies.
Vicky Ward says that Trump and Kushner only participate in the administration to enrich themselves and their families, and are not caring for others. The author adds that she now smiles when she sees Trump’s slogan since she believes that her book is her own way of "Making America great again".
The controversial volume will be released on Tuesday, but since last week press secretary Sarah Sanders said the book is pure "fiction."
"It's sad, but not surprising, the media will spend time promoting a book based on shady anonymous sources and false information, instead of all the incredible work that Jared and Ivanka are doing for the country," Sanders said.
Kushner's representatives also rejected the book in a statement to ABC News - which gave an exclusive preview last week - and wrote that the work is "fiction rather than a serious attempt to get the facts."
Ward defended his report of the book and said that she interviewed 220 people and that, while referring to many anonymous sources, each theory had at least two sources.
"I think you can not underestimate the dangers of these two," Ward told CNN's John Berman during an interview on "New Day." "And I think that actually (President Donald Trump) knows it."
Ward believes the current president's daughter and her husband are dangerous mainly because of Kushner's strong involvement in the administration's foreign policy, including efforts to negotiate a peace agreement in the Middle East.
"Instead of resolving the peace in the Middle East, Jared almost gets us into a war in the region," she said, as she described how Kushner took over the State Department from then-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Ward also condemned the way in which Kushner made decisions on many international relations when Tillerson was secretary of state, everything appears detailed in her book as well as Kushner's relationship with the prince of the Saudi crown Mohammed Bin Salman, also known as MBS.
According to Ward, Tillerson blamed Kushner for Trump's initial support for the blockade of Saudi Arabia. He also repeatedly rejected the requirements of the daughter and counselor of the president to travel on Air Force planes; due to his refusal, Tillerson ended up fired by Trump.
Many of Donald Trump’s statements about Ivanka go beyond admiration and are inappropriate to the point that they're disturbing. In one of his interviews, he said that if Ivanka weren't his daughter, maybe he'd date her. In another interview, he also referred to her as "hot."
This echoes what Ward claims in her new book, Kushner, Inc. “Greed. Ambition. Corruption. The Extraordinary Story of Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump”.