Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner shortly followed Donald Trump into the White House after the inauguration in January of 2017. The First Daughter and her husband have since become Senior Advisors to the United States President.

Despite having the same position, the couple has respective focal points in terms of their jobs, as per reports. While Ivanka Trump focuses on the economic empowerment of women and education, Jared has been working on several issues relating to the government.

Upon landing their positions, they have received tons of criticisms and became the faces of many controversies. This is why they have no salaries since then.

Following the new job posts, they have since relocated to Washington D.C., alongside their three kids. But, the case is different for Melania Trump. As reported, it took almost half a year before she and Barron Trump moved into the White House.

Previous claims explained that the First Lady waited for her and Donald Trump's son to finish his academic year before moving out of their New York apartment. But, new claims have suggested other details about the delayed relocation, according to the Daily Mail.

In a new unofficial biography of the First Lady titled, The Art of Her Deal: The Untold Story of Melania Trump, it is said that Melania utilized the time to "renegotiate" the terms of her and her husband's prenup. Amid this period, the author also alleged that Ivanka Trump made a move against the First Lady.

As explained, the First Daughter reportedly "plotted" and tried to grab the East Wing office while Melania Trump was still in New York. It is asserted that she tried to "rename" the First Lady's official wing in the White House as the "First Family's Office."

The details of the narrative are reportedly explained in the new and upcoming unofficial biography, which is set to arrive on June 16. The claims reportedly emerged after The Washington Post published excerpts of the material. Several reporters from the publication are also said to have shared "additional tidbits" from the upcoming book.

Aside from the issue regarding the renaming of the East Wing, the book also reportedly contains new details of the "tension" between Ivanka Trump and Melania Trump.

After the claims went viral, the White House and the East Wing released official statements to contend the allegations. Deputy Press Secretary, Judd Deere reportedly told the Daily Mail that the media is "running untrue information." Meanwhile, Melania's Chief of Staff, Stephanie Grisham reportedly called out the book and said that the material "belongs in the fiction genre."