No? Her father certainly seems to think it is, as does her brother, but Ivanka Trump tells the Associated Press that the whistleblower’s identity is “not particularly relevant.” With one caveat, Ivanka adds — only as it goes to motives. “That person’s identity is known,” Ivanka Trump says, “it’s all over the Internet,” but she carefully avoids using the name anyway:
Ivanka Trump on Friday echoed her father’s view that the House impeachment investigation is an attempt to overturn the 2016 election. But, in an interview with The Associated Press, she parted ways with President Donald Trump by calling the identity of the impeachment whistleblower “not particularly relevant.”
The Republican president and some of his allies have been pressing the news media to publicize the whistleblower’s name, but Ivanka Trump said the person’s motives were more important. And she declined to speculate on what they may have been.
“The whistleblower shouldn’t be a substantive part of the conversation,” she told the AP, saying the person “did not have firsthand information.”
She added that, “to me, it’s not particularly relevant aside from what the motivation behind all of this was.”