Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner have reportedly spent more than $100,000 on accommodations for their Secret Service detail so they may not use the couple’s washroom.
As per the details, Ivanka and Jared have spent a huge amount for their Secret Service as they are prohibited from using the bathrooms in their mansion.
Law-enforcement officials told The Post that the president’s daughter and his son-in-law barred the Secret Service agents from using their 6.5 bathrooms when they first moved into their home in the wealthy Kalorama neighborhood of Washington, DC, in 2017. Instead, the agents are offered a place on the sidewalk.
However, some neighbors complained about that “place”. The agents were compelled to use bathrooms in former President Barack Obama’s garage nearby, at the vice president’s compound a mile up Massachusetts Avenue, and at businesses in the area.
But, the Federal government finally decided to rent the washroom in September 2017. The government has begun renting a $3,000-a-month studio apartment across the street from the Trump/Kushner residence for the agents’ bathroom requirements. The Federal government has so far spent more than $100,000 on rent for the basement apartment. It is expected to spend a total of $144,000, as the lease goes by the end of September.
However, a White House spokesperson Judd Deere denied that Trump and Kushner had prohibited their Secret Service detail from using the bathrooms in their house.