New posters that have popped up in New York recently reveal Ivanka Trump and her family should not expect a warm welcome if they decide to relocate to the city.
In the wake of Donald Trump's crushing November 3 election loss, attention has turned to the Trump clan's next move, with many speculating the first daughter plans to return to New York with her husband Jared Kushner and their three children.
But comedy duo The Good Liars have made their feelings on that option very clear by creating savage "Not Wanted" posters mocking the couple, who both served as White House advisers during Trump's single term in office.
The Good Liars (comedians Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler) created the posters which have gone viral on social media after they were plastered across the city in recent days.
The flyers, which mimic traditional wild west "Wanted" posters targeting outlaws, feature a photo of the 39-year-old and state: "Ivanka Trump: Not Wanted in New York City".
They also mock her "fake posh" accent, describe her eyes as being "dead behind" and claim she is married to "Slenderman" – a fictional, creepy character that originated as a creepypasta internet meme.
A separate poster has also been created for Kushner, describing him as a "rich kid slumlord with no medical or government experience in charge of the lives of millions of Americans during a global pandemic".
It also describes him as looking like Slenderman and lists his skin colour as "weirdly pale".
The stunt comes as rumours regarding the couple's post-White House move continue to swirl, with reports indicating they may retreat to their "cottage" on the grounds of the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey – an hour from Manhattan.
And last year, a lengthy profile in the Atlantic claimed Ivanka was "intent on returning to New York when her time in the White House is over … Invitations to the Met Gala, dinners with girlfriends at Italian restaurants, charity events – she is said to be certain that they're 'all waiting' for her."
However, a slew of insiders have spoken to US media outlets in recent weeks to claim she won't find it easy to return to her former high society set.
"In an odd way, [Ivanka and Jared] will even have a harder time than Trump himself in New York," brand management mogul Donny Deutsch told The New York Times, while one of "Javanka's" former friends told Vanity Fair in a separate piece: "Everyone with self-respect, a career, morals, respect for democracy, or who doesn't want their friends to shame them in private and public will steer clear."
Meanwhile, speculation is mounting Ivanka Trump is planning to run for president herself, perhaps as soon as 2024, which could cement a Trump political dynasty.