Ivanka Trump has already moved on from climate deal: report
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First daughter Ivanka TrumpIvana (Ivanka) Marie TrumpTrump Jr. dismisses conflicts of interest, touts projects in Indonesia Ivanka Trump talking to lawmakers about gun reform legislation: report Assistant secretary of State resigns after immigration clash: report MORE is moving on after her father announced his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate accord on Thursday despite previously lobbying President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump watching 'very closely' as Portland braces for dueling protests WaPo calls Trump admin 'another threat' to endangered species Are Democrats turning Trump-like? MORE to remain a party to the agreement, Politico reported.

Ivanka Trump was reportedly a leading figure among a group of Trump administration officials pressing the president to keep the U.S. in the pact. Her husband and senior Trump adviser, Jared KushnerJared Corey KushnerTrump Jr. dismisses conflicts of interest, touts projects in Indonesia Trump administration releases new 'public charge' rule making it easier to reject immigrants The road from Jerusalem to Riyadh still runs through Ramallah MORE, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also lobbied to stay in the agreement.

On the other end of the spectrum were White House chief strategist Steve Bannon and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt, whom Ivanka Trump had personally met to discuss the Paris agreement.

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Neither Ivanka Trump nor Kushner were present at the ceremony held at the White House to announce the president's decision on the deal. According to Politico, Ivanka Trump was out of the office for the Jewish holiday Shavuot, while Kushner had gone in for a meeting.

Both the first daughter and Kushner are seen as moderating influences in Trump's White House, standing in contrast to right-wing figures like Bannon. But the withdrawal from the climate deal has shaken the confidence of some who thought Ivanka Trump could swing President Trump's position on the pact.

"With Ivanka, we thought at least we'll always have Paris," Democratic strategist Rebecca Katz told Politico. "But that turned out to be fiction, too."