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New York comedy duo plasters city with ‘Ivanka not wanted’ posters

A pair of New York comedians have appropriated and subverted the classic western-style “Wanted” poster to make a statement about Ivanka Trump.

While those posters helped law-abiding citizens identify and detain the bad guys, Jason Slvig and Davram Stiefler — known as the “Good Liars” — are saying that Ivanka is a bad guy, too, but that they don’t want her around.

The signs identify the first daughter as blond, possessing a “fake posh accent” and dead behind the eyes.

They also refer to her husband, White House adviser Jared Kushner as “slenderman,” a fictional monster often depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall human in a black suit with a featureless face.

A former friend of Ivanka’s anonymously told Vanity Fair that the couple would not be welcome in their old social circles in Manhattan.

“Everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy — or who doesn’t want their friends to shame them both in private and public — will steer clear,” the friend said.

While Kushner and Trump have not announced whether or not they will be returning to their former home on Park avenue in Manhattan, the Real Deal reported that the two have been making significant renovations to their home in Bedminster, New Jersey.


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