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Marie Claire finds hidden message about Ivanka Trump’s political future — in her hair color

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White House senior advisors Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump stand behind the president in the Oval Office (Twitter)

Palace intrigue has gripped this White House, especially surrounding senior advisor and first daughter Ivanka Trump.

Ivanka, and her husband and fellow senior advisor Jared Kushner, have been given unprecedented responsibility and access.

The two — nicknamed “Javanka” — seem to have full immunity in the power struggles that have defined Trump’s chaotic White House.

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The British edition of Marie Claire magazine is wondering if Ivanka’s changing hair dye could be a political warning to her adversaries that she is gaining even more power in the administration.

“Now, there’s even more speculation about where she’s heading – especially after a recent image change. The change in question? Blonder. Much blonder,” the magazine noted. “Ivanka’s hair has steadily been getting increasingly blonde since she took up her post, but the latest change has turned it icy white.”

The British magazine interviewed “celebrity colourist” Kyle Whit, who has previously worked with Ivanka.

“The blonde, blonder, blondest progression of Ivanka’s hair color is not an uncommon one,” Whit argued. “Carolyn Besset going platinum when she married John Kennedy Jr. comes to mind.”

“The maintenance level is so much higher with these types of blondes, which is a status symbol in and of itself, that you can afford the time and expense uber blonde shades require,” he continued. “Strong color like a solid cool blonde tells the world you’re a strong woman with strong opinions.”

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Trump attacks 2 GOP governors on flight to Georgia rally: ‘Republicans will NEVER forget this’

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Republicans have been "working frantically behind the scenes" to keep President Donald Trump on message during his Saturday campaign rally in Georgia, but the efforts do not seem to be working.

GOP strategists hoped Trump would make the case for the two GOP senators in the January runoff elections that will decide control of the U.S. Senate, but Trump has continued to fixate on his delusions that he won the presidential election.

Aboard Air Force One on the flight to the rally, Trump attacked two GOP governors: Brian Kemp of Georgia and Doug Ducey of Arizona -- and seemed to threaten political retribution for the pair not going along with the president's debunked conspiracy theories about the election.

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Trump holds large rally in Georgia — one day after the Peach State set a new coronavirus record

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President Donald Trump departed the White House on Saturday for an evening campaign rally in Georgia -- despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump is ostensively making the trip to support Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and interim Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) in the January runoff elections that will decide control of the U.S. Senate. However, Republicans fear Trump will use his speech to continue bashing GOP Gov. Brian Kemp.

Trump's visit also comes against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Panicked Republicans ‘working frantically behind the scenes’ — but Trump just keeps attacking GOP Gov Brian Kemp

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Republicans are worried that President Donald Trump will pour gasoline on the intraparty inferno burning in Georgia.

Trump is officially traveling to the Peach State for a rally in support of the two Republican senators in January runoff elections that will decide control of the U.S. Senate.

Republicans worry Trump will continue to attack Republican Gov. Brian Kemp as he has on Twitter.

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"Trump is to headline a campaign rally for Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in the state Saturday night — his first major political event since before the Nov. 3 election. GOP officials are working frantically behind the scenes to try to keep the president on script at the rally, worried that he will use the forum to attack Kemp and other state GOP officials who have resisted his pressure, according to a person familiar with the discussions," The Washington Post reported Saturday.

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