Clearly, there is bad blood between the families of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. It wasn't always like this, however. Bill and Hillary Clinton famously attended the Trump and Melania Knaus wedding.
Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump grew up in the spotlight as teenagers and became friends. However, the friendship did not survive the 2016 elections.
Clinton told Bravo host Andy Cohen earlier this year: “I haven't spoken to her since 2016, and Andy, I have no interest in being friends with anyone who is not only complicit but actively participates in this government's daily collision of cruelty and incompetence. "
And now Clinton isn't holding back her feelings about the Trump family and how they treated the intelligence agents charged with protecting them.
The former first daughter shared an article in the Washington Post about more than 130 intelligence agents who have either contracted COVID-19 or been in quarantine due to their contact with the Trumps.
Clinton wrote: "Shame on you, Donald Trump, and your family. You are putting those who swore to protect you at risk with your ruthless, dangerous choices. I hope every intelligence agent and their family members receive the same care as you when they contract COVID-19. "
Shame on you @realDonaldTrump and your family. You are putting those who swore to protect you at risk with your ruthless, dangerous choices. I hope every Secret Service agent and their family members receive the same care as you when they contract # covid19. https://t.co/XJqDCzSRrK
– Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) November 13, 2020
Neither Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump, nor the White House have commented on Chelsea Clinton's criticism.
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