When Donald Trump moved into the White House, his family came too. And while that\u2019s tradition, the immediate desire of his daughter, Ivanka to be elevated to a status similar to that of First Lady, was pretty unprecedented. It even reportedly led to some power struggles with actual First Lady, Melania Trump.Many have wondered though, what is it exactly that Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, actually do in the White House? Their official titles are senior advisors to the president. But according to Trump\u2019s niece, Mary, apparently this means very little in reality.Mary, recently penned bestselling tell-all book 'Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man', which the Trump family attempted to block from publication. During an interview with the Washington Post, she was asked about Ivanka\u2019s supposedly \u201cmoderating\u201d influence on her uncle. Mary wasn\u2019t convinced. "I think she's the one who disproves that on an almost-daily basis," Mary replied. \u201c[Ivanka] doesn't do anything. She spouts bromides on social media, but either she tries to have an impact and fails, or just isn't interested in having an impact\u201d. Mary Trump\u2019s comments highlight the bafflement that Ivanka\u2019s role within the Trump administration has been met with, given she has no specific expertise beyond the business sector.There was ridicule when Trump was accompanied by Ivanka to the 2019 G20 summit of world leaders and she was videoed seemingly attempting to insert herself into conversations.[twitter_embed https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1145074623035449357 expand=1]At the time, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted \u201cbeing someone\u2019s daughter isn\u2019t actually a career qualification\u201d.[twitter_embed https://twitter.com/i/web/status/1145164720242118656 expand=1]The message doesn't seem to have reached the Trump family yet.