Ivanka’s neighbors annoyed with roaming security

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As a new resident of Washington D.C., Ivanka Trump has apparently already become a nuisance to her neighbors.

Living in the Kalorama district, Ivanka’s mandatory security outfit and the attributed effects of a permanent protection detail have given the neighbors of the president’s daughter reason to speak out.

Marti Robinson, an ex-Obama appointee, lives across the street from Ivanka and her husband, presidential aide Jared Kushner. Robinson says the family has “completely taken over the whole street,” citing constructed barricades and roving security workers.

“As if they have the authority!” Robinson said. She also mentioned that the bustle of the neighborhood “has truly ruined my peaceful enjoyment of my house.”

“It is every bit as disruptive as if a very active business was allowed to come into this residential neighborhood,” Robinson added.

It is believed that Robinson and several other neighbors delivered a note to the family, welcoming them to the area and expressing their understanding of the need for lingering protection units. The neighborhood is no stranger to high-profile figures, as the Obama family is also known to reside in the area.

However, neighbors within close proximity to Ivanka have grown tired of the circumstances surrounding their residences.

One neighbor was said to have “started screaming” at the sight of installed “No Parking” signs being propped in front of her house. Others have gone as far as writing a letter to Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser regarding the newly-presented inconveniences. The local Advisory Neighborhood Commission was also contacted.

In regards to the “No Parking” signs, a spokesperson for the Secret Service said the agency is devising “every effort to collaborate with businesses and residents to minimize disruptions, while simultaneously maintaining the highest level of security for the individuals we are mandated to protect.”

H/T: The Hill

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