Media Blasts Jared Kushner, Ivanka Trump for Visiting Jersey Shore as Ian Struck Florida

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LONG BRANCH, NJ – In the eyes of the mainstream media, a family visiting the Jersey Shore on a beautiful fall afternoon in Long Branch to celebrate a religious holiday together with their in-laws is bad. This week, the mainstream media criticized Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump for visiting the shore and spending a day here as a family, enjoying the sights and amenities.

“Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump were seen enjoying some fun in the sun in New Jersey this week as category 4 Hurricane Ian threatened to batter Florida’s west coast back home,” the Daily Mail reported.

As Hurricane Ian battered their home state of Florida, the couple took some time off in New Jersey. So did the paparazzi who photographed the family and children’s every move while out in public at the Jersey Shore.

It’s not clear why the Daily Mail stalked the family’s beach outing. We sent emails to find out, but they went unanswered. The Kushner family gathered in New Jersey this week to celebrate the Rosh Hashanah holiday and spent some downtime doing things people from Jersey like to do in the fall.

The Daily Mail even published a voyeuristic video of the couple’s children claiming the rocks along the beach.

“The former White House advisors dressed comfortably and casually for the crisp fall weather, opting for light knits and athleisure and ditched their shoes as they frolicked under the sun,” the article went on, sharing more snapshots of the family and their children at the beach. “Jared’s parents, Charles and Seryl Kushner were also seen Tuesday enjoying the balmy afternoon from the balcony of their house overlooking the ocean.”

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Later, photos of the family spending time on the balcony of their beachfront home were also shared.

The article criticized the family for abandoning their new home in Florida as Ian struck. However, according to sources within the Trump family circle, they were already planning to celebrate the Jewish holiday in New Jersey long before Ian formed.