"The powerful first daughter has secured her own office on the West Wing's second floor - a space next to senior adviser Dina Powell, who was recently promoted to a position on the National Security Council". In addition to an office, Ivanka will also receive security clearance and government-issued communications devices this week.
Like her siblings Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, Ivanka as taken an active role in her father's business interests over the course of her life, both in his real estate empire and reality TV show, "The Apprentice".
Richard Painter, a chief White House ethics lawyer for George W. Bush, told the AP the move meant that Ms. Trump, "like her husband, has to follow the rules".
Ivanka Trump may have distanced herself from the company that bears her name, but a new lawsuit claims the company still has an unfair advantage because of it.
Her husband, Jared Kushner is employed by the President as a senior advisor.
Considering all of the above, Ivanka Trump could emerge as the most powerful first child of all time, partially because she commands her father's attention when she speaks to him, a family friend told CNN a week after the president was sworn in to office.
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"They're not saying she's going to voluntarily subject herself to ethics rules to be nice", said Norm Eisen, the former ethics czar under Obama.
While Ivanka Trump has been the face of her brand, her new deal bars the company from using her image to promote clothing, shoes, and other items.
Since her father was elected, Ms Trump has raised conflict of interest questions by appearing at meetings with world leaders, including with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in November.
In an email to NBC News, a rep for the Ivanka Trump brand declined to comment on the lawsuit.
However, her attorney added she will not hold an official position and will not accept a salary.
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