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It sure sounds like Ivanka has laid the groundwork to flip on her father

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The House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol has interviewed nearly 500 witnesses so far and the AP just reported on some of the latest findings, including what Ivanka Trump allegedly said about Mike Pence hours before the insurrection.According to congressional testimony, after Pence refused to follow Donald Trump‘s orders to reject Electoral College votes on the morning of January 6, 2021, the former first daughter turned to retired Lt.

Gen. Keith Kellogg and said, “Mike Pence is a good man.”To which Kellogg, who briefly served as acting national security adviser in the Trump White House before becoming Pence’s national security adviser, responded: “Yes, he is.”Now, why is this significant?

To understand, we need to go back to something Mary Trump said on MSNBC last month.Related: Mary Trump makes another ominous prediction about Ivanka: “She’s in a very bad situation”Speaking to Alex Witt, Mary predicted that Ivanka will eventually flip on her own father if she feels it’s in her best interest.“She knows she has to come down on the right side of things,” she said. “Or, she’ll continue to stay her father’s ally, and have to see how that plays out.”Mary added that Ivanka is likely making a “calculation” as to what will “help her in the long run.”“She’s in a very bad situation because she must understand that if Donald feels it’s necessary, he will stop protecting her.”If it’s true that Ivanka called Pence “a good man” on the morning of January 6, then it suggests two things: 1.

Her moral compass might not be completely broken, just severely damaged, so maybe, just maybe, she’ll do the right thing, and 2.

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