Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner ‘need not apply’ to snooty Florida country club

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Following her “American patriots” tweet Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner “need not apply” to the upscale Indian Creek Country Club near their $30 million on a plot of land on the exclusive Florida island, nicknamed “The Billionaire’s Bunker.”

The island community – one of the wealthiest in the US – has just 29 residences, and residents include Julio Iglesias, Carl Icahn, Tom Brady and Gisele – but owning a home there doesn’t mean you get automatic membership to the country club.

A local source sniped, “You have to be nominated and make a formal application. But it only takes one member to object against any new member, and many members are objecting particularly after the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

“Jared and Ivanka can lunch with their fellow ‘patriots’ at Mar-a-Lago.

“The Indian Creek Country Club members are very picky and the word is that Javanka need not apply.”

Ivanka – who was at the side of her father President Donald Trump in DC as he made his incendiary speech to protesters before they descended on the Capital – was heavily criticised for calling the mob “American Patriots” in a tweet that she deleted, even though she also called for an end to the illegal behavior.

And as Trump prepares to leave office, Ivanka and husband Jared have been planning their post-administration life.

Page Six exclusively revealed the couple bought a $30 million-plus lot of land on Miami’s uber-swanky and high-security Indian Creek Island.

At the center of the island is the Indian Creek Country Club, once referred to as “Miami-Dade County’s most exclusive, and controversial, private society.”

The 300- member club, built in 1930, has an 18-hole golf course, a restaurant and initiation fees exceed $150,000. It is run as a separate entity to the wealthy residents of the island.

The club has been mired in controversy in the past for its prior practise of permitting only a handful of Jewish people and people of color to its membership.

In 1999 Bill Clinton was criticized for golfing there. Then the following year then-Governor Jeb Bush canceled a tee time there after talking to the island’s Jewish mayor, Leonard Miller.

A separate source said Ivanka and Jared had already been made to feel very welcome on the island, which is largely Republican, and they had received numerous invitations to dine with their future neighbors.

The source added they had not applied for a membership at the Indian Creek Country Club, and the Trump National Doral Golf Club – which has four PGA golf courses – is nearby in Miami.

Plus, their house on the island would take around two years to build, and in the meantime the couple would be residing at another property in the Miami area.

A rep for Ivanka and Jared didn’t comment.

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