After an initially welcoming reception, residents of D.C.'s Kalorama neighborhood have taken to writing emails to city officials protesting the installation of several "No Parking" signs that have extended past Trump and Kushner's house to the fronts of their own homes to accommodate Secret Service vehicles, according to the Washington Post.
Neighbours of Trump, her husband Jared Kushner and their three children have complained of footpaths being closed, public parking overrun and that the family and their staff haven't learned the garbage collection schedule for their $7.2 million home. Among the complaints is the huge security presence required for the family. even a trip to the playground allegedly requires three vans. While Ivanka has not been given specific titles she is also seen as having the president's ear and is expected to move into a White House office.
The Washington Post reports that another long-time resident who lives nearly directly across from Ivanka Trump was happy enough to welcome Donald Trump's daughter and White House assistant to the community when Ivanka and Jared first arrived.
According to those who live in the wealthy Washington community of Kalorama, trying to carry on the business of daily life has been rendered almost impossible by the addition of Trump's daughter to the neighborhood. Among those reportedly in attendance was Fox News anchor Chris Wallace.
"Maybe some of the upset has to do with politics a little".
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. "It's much less intrusive", said Ellen Goldstein, an elected neighbourhood commissioner.