Ivanka Trump ‘Not Wanted’ posters appear across New York City

Graeme Massie
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Ivanka Trump should not expect a warm welcome back in New York after a string of “Not Wanted” signs appeared across Manhattan (Getty Images)
Ivanka Trump should not expect a warm welcome back in New York after a string of “Not Wanted” signs appeared across Manhattan (Getty Images)

Ivanka Trump should not expect a warm welcome back in New York after a string of “Not Wanted” posters appeared across Manhattan.

Donald Trump’s daughter has faced fierce criticism for not preventing her father implementing a string of controversial policies, including child separation at the US border.

Now the frontier-style signs have appeared in Ms Trump’s former hometown just weeks before her father is due to leave the White House.

They are the work of the Good Liars comedy duo of Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler and mock among other things Ms Trump’s “fake posh” accent.

Her husband, senior White House advisor Jared Kushner, also gets targeted and is referred to as fictional supernatural character Slender Man.

Ms Trump and Mr Kushner are reportedly already thinking of avoiding a return to New York and have eyed relocating to either New Jersey or Florida in January.

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A former friend of Ivanka’s anonymously told Vanity Fair that Ms Trump would face being shunned by Manhattan’s social elite if she tried to return to the city.

“Everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy — or who doesn’t want their friends to shame them both in private and public — will steer clear,” they said.

Watch: Ivanka and Jared Kushner’s D.C. exodus may come with obstacles after a divisive presidential term

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