Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, appeared to be pretty elitist when her father was in office as they allegedly refused to allow their Secret Service officers to use any of the bathrooms in their home, per The Washington Post. The couple paid a pretty penny for the large home: $15,000 per month, to be exact, which went into the pocket of a ??Chilean billionaire named Andrónico Luksic, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The couple was blessed with six bathrooms in their mansion, which sat in the swanky neighborhood of Kalorama in Washington, D.C. But they reportedly kept all the toilets to themselves whenever their protection officers were around. This left the officers having to drive “a mile” to the official home of the vice president, which has a facility for guards. And when they simply couldn’t hold it, they sometimes had to count on the kindness of neighbors and local restaurants.
??”I think it was very clear that they just needed a place to take a shower, take a break, use the facilities, have lunch,” charitable neighbor Kay Kendall told The Washington Post. “I’m happy to be able to have helped them.”
Nowadays, Trump and Kushner have holed up in a $24 million abode in the Miami-neighboring Indian Creek Island, according to The Real Deal. It’s got a whopping 8.5 bathrooms, but it’s unclear whether the couple is being more generous with their potties this time around.