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Donald Trump has made history as the first US president to be impeached for a second time sealing his place as one of history's most divisive political figures.
Since losing the election and refusing to concede, false claims of vote-rigging, the Capitol riots and those tweets that led to Trump being booted from social media, any remaining political capital held by the First Family has taken a nosedive.
Hopes of future political runs by either Trump or his daughter Ivanka were then left in tatters when the House of Representatives voted in favour of impeachment in the very chamber that was over-run by rioters on January 6.
It concludes a rollercoaster four years for the First Family and while the drama is far from over, we can look back at how the Trump presidency has affected the family members he brought along for the ride.
However, it's not over yet as a trial in the Senate, scheduled for after Joe Biden is sworn in, will determine not only Trump's future, but the future of his ferociously ambitious family.
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The First Lady seemingly went to ground in recent weeks as the post-election drama snowballed and the Capitol building fell to rioters.
She later spoken out to condemn the attack, which left five dead, saying she was "disappointed and disheartened with what happened."
Melania has remained at her husband's side throughout his turbulent presidency, but her "cold" body language has been regularly interpreted as signs of discord within the marriage.
Melania looked grim-faced during her husband's 2020 election speech as he refused to concede
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Pictures of her at Trump's inauguration back in 2017 seem to show her as the loyal wife standing proudly by her husband's side as he was sworn in.
However, as time went on her refusal to hold Trump's hand at public events, to lightning fast smiles that disappeared as soon as his back was turned – continued to be picked up and debated.
Mysterious Melania has kept the public intrigued and continues to do so as the presidency comes to a shambolic end, with many predicting it could spell the end of more than just Donald Trump's time in office.
Melania was last pictured on December 31, clutching her husband's hand as they returned to the White House for New Year's Eve
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Putting any potential marriage drama aside, reports suggest Melania is actually keen to follow in the footsteps of other First Ladies by releasing a book.
Although it's unlikely to be a memoir in the style of Michelle Obama's best-seller Becoming or a juicy tell-all, reports suggest Melania has held "preliminary discussions" with publishers and is keen to put pen to paper.
CNN reports the project is more likely to be a "photo-centric coffee table book about White House hospitality history" or "centered on the design projects she has completed while first lady".
The couple's son Barron, 14, remains at school in Florida and the site reported it's likely Melania will be heading to the Sunshine State once her time in Washington, DC. is done.
The movers had already packed up and it looks like Melania will soon be able to put her feet up back in the family resort of Mar-a-Lago.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner
Donald Trump with his son-in-law Jared Kushner and his daughter Ivanka at a campaign rally back in 2016
After her dad's election, Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner picked up and moved from New York to Washington, DC. to take plumb jobs in the White House.
Ivanka made her name working for Trump's various businesses, and finding her feet with her own fashion and jewellery brands as well as working as a model before becoming an Advisor to the President.
She also became the head of the new Office of Economic Initiatives and Entrepreneurship, while her husband was also ushered in as one of Trump's official advisors.
Ivanka pictured at a rally in Georgia two days before the Capitol riots
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The Trump clan together after he announced his candidacy for POTUS
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After her dad's election defeat and subsequent impeachment, Ivanka and Jared went very quiet and are rumoured to have become social outcasts among their circle of elite friends in New York, with a source telling Vanity Fair : "The stink of his family is nearly impossible to get off.
"How do you associate yourself with the worst, most toxic people in U.S. history?"
Another source added to CNN the pair have been trying to do damage control in a bid to protect their future careers.
Ivanka was seen supporting her dad in public after his election loss
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They said: "They're trying to keep what little is left for them in terms of sellable currency as Trumps."
Now they're rumoured to be plotting a move to Florida, the state where Ivanka was said to have been plotting a political run of her own.
They are believed to have bought some land close to Miami – in an area known as Billionaire's Bunker – where they can build their own private estate as Ivanka reportedly plots to challenge Senator Marco Rubio for his Florida seat in 2022.
However, only time will tell whether Ivanka will be able to launch her own political career off the back of her dad with many reports suggesting it'll be an uphill battle now.
Donald Trump Jr.
Donald Trump, Jr. with Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump in the family offices of Trump Tower in New York
Don, Jr. is Trump's eldest son and has been busy running his dad's business back in New York over the last four years.
An ardent supporter of Trump, Don was among the family members who stood by him after the Capitol riots and the president's subsequent booting from Twitter.
He shared a screengrab of Trump's suspended account and wrote: "You’re watching Orwell’s 1984 play out in real life."
Rumours had suggested Don, Jr. was eyeing a political run of his own in the coming years – with some saying he might make a presidential bid in 2024 if his dad doesn't go for it.
Donald Trump, Jr. speaking at a rally for his dad two days before the Capitol riots
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With his dad's impeachment trial heading to the senate, the outcome could determine the political future for both of them.
If Trump is found guilty, senators could vote to ban the former president from holding office again in the future – leaving the coast clear for Don, Jr. to take his dad's place in 2024.
However, with Don Jr.'s fervent support of his dad in the aftermath of the Capitol riots and his other entanglements with Trump Senior's affairs, there may be little goodwill left to boost Don onto the political ladder.
Eric and Lara Trump
Eric Trump and his wife Lara at a rally for his dad last summer
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Donald Trump's second son Eric has also been helping manage the business while their dad was running the country.
Like his brother, Eric has been a vocal supporter of his dad – even slamming the backlash over his Capitol riots tweets as part of a "cancel culture".
While Eric doesn't seem to harbour any political ambitions of his own, his wife Lara has been rumoured to be considering running for a senate seat in her home state of North Carolina in 2022.
She's a personal trainer and former TV producer, and has also been an outspoke supporter of her father-in-law.
While their close ties to the twice impeached Trump may not damage any of Eric's prospects, it could put a downer on Lara's plans to run for office.
Tiffany Trump has not been as closely involved in her dad's political affairs as her siblings
Tiffany is Trump's only child from his second marriage to TV star Marla Maples, and has regularly been subjected to gossip suggesting she's the black sheep of the family.
She dabbled with music and modelling – and even interned at Vogue, but went to college and got a law degree.
Unlike her elder siblings, Tiffany has mostly shied away from involving herself in her dad's political career.
Tiffany regularly shares snaps from her holidays with her 1.3 million Instagram followers
She made appearances at the Republican National Convention in 2016 and 2020, and appeared on 60 Minutes with her half-siblings, but she's been less outspoken politically than the other Trump children.
Tiffany was also the only Trump off-spring, apart from young Barron, not to be a part of her transition team when he first took office.
With a law degree under her belt, it's likely Tiffany won't have to look too hard for a job when she decides on a path to follow.
However, until then she's sure to keep her 1.3 million Instagram followers entertained with her regular pictures of her lavish holidays and adorable pet cats.