Ivanka Trump's New Neighbours Say She's 'Completely Ruined The Neighbourhood'

However, from the serious security presence - with even a trip to the playground requiring three vans - to the family's inability to learn the weekly rubbish pick-up schedule, the residents of the DC neighbourhood of Kalorama have had enough.

A source close to President Trump told CNN that the commander-in-chief was frustrated with his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner's decision to go on a vacation in the heat of the debate over ObamaCare repeal.

Trump and Kushner's neighbors were happy to rat out the couple to The Washington Post over the fact that they can no longer park in front of their homes due to the crop of new "No Parking" signs and the constant fleet of Secret Service vehicles. Another neighbour Rhona Wolfe Friedman said their cars had been in the restricted areas for hours at a time.

Neighbors of Ivanka Trump are speaking up against the new comers following President Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election. "They've completely ruined the neighbourhood".

In the letter she said, "there are more of them than I have ever seen".

An elected neighborhood commissioner speculated politics may have something to do with it, before that noting that Secretary of State - and fellow neighborhood newbie - Rex Tillerson's situation is "much less intrusive". Both work in the White House as advisers to the president.

But the security surrounding the six-bedroom house that Trump and Kushner rent?

Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Bowser, said city workers installed the "No Parking" signs at the request of the Secret Service, prompting immediate complaints from five neighbors. "Suddenly, the parking enforcement has disappeared".

On Friday, the mayoral aides negotiated a deal with the Secret Service to remove two of the four "No Parking" signs thanks to the neighbors' complaints.

She declined to answer specific questions about the level of protection the family receives, citing agency policy.

"We love the neighborhood and our family has received an incredibly gracious welcome from our neighbours".

"I started screaming", Friedman said.

NY [U.S.]: After facing major embarrassment by having to pull the heath care bill, it has emerged that President Donald Trump is upset with his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner for being notably absent during the crucial week.

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