Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner just celebrated their tenth wedding anniversary in October. The couple, currently, has three kids – Arabella, 8, Joseph, 6, and Theodore, 3. Ivanka and Jared are, often, regarded as the “nicer” counterparts of President Donald Trump. However, a former business associate claimed that the former New York Observer publisher has some similarities with the POTUS.

“Jared is as sinister as Donald Trump is,” a source told author Vicky Ward. "He’s not a pussycat, although he appears very pasty, well dressed, well put together, and always saying the right thing, doing the right thing. He’d be tough, too,” it went on.

Vicky added that Ivanka Trump’s better half is said to be not that interested in real estate and was poor with the details. There were also reports saying that Jared Kushner was an “imperious delegator” as he, allegedly, refers workers to someone else when asked about significant business details.

The writer even claimed that Jared Kushner has “unrealistic expectations” for the Public Relations firms that the Kushner Companies signed up. “The company burned through six publicity firms in about six years, because Jared and his father demanded the impossible of their publicists,” Vicky Ward wrote. “They wanted the media to take dictation, and they went berserk if they didn’t get what they wanted,” she continued.

News editor Elizabeth Spiers also told Vicky that Ivanka Trump’s hubby does not respect journalists and had no interest in good journalism. She said Jared is fond of attacking those who upset him and his close pals. Elizabeth added Jared did not understand public service. The couple has yet to comment on these allegations.

Meanwhile, Ivanka Trump is expected to visit Indianapolis this week for the National Council for the American Worker’s quarterly meeting. Aside from the first daughter, other personalities expected to grace the council meeting include Apple CEO Tim Cook, Siemens USA CEO Barbara Humpton, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

"Our mission is straightforward: To ensure inclusive growth and opportunity in our booming economy by creating pathways for all Americans to acquire the skills needed to secure and retain good-paying jobs," Ivanka Trump said in a statement to FOX Business. "I look forward to visiting Indianapolis and meeting with the Board to advance our efforts to educate, train and invest in the American workforce," she added.

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32. (tie) Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner: The First Daughter's wedding four years after her father's was also reportedly $1 Million, after saving on venue fees by marrying at Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey. The couple is pictured on their wedding day on Oct. 25, 2009. Brian Marcus/Fred Marcus Photography via Getty Images