A number of reports about Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, flooded news feeds over the weekend. One report leaked a small detail about how the first daughter's possible move back to New York City would be shaped by the administration. Rumors have come out of Washington that President Donald Trump has "advocated" for his daughter and son-in-law to "go," according to Vanity Fair. Prior to that report, there was a report by Axios in October that one of the scenarios would be the president announcing that his daughter is going back to her life in New York because she "paid too high a price" for him by moving to Washington, D.C.

According to Vanity Fair, three sources who've spoken to Trump say that he's "pressured" the couple to leave due to negative media attention. He's also been said to be unhappy with Kushner and some of the advice he's been given by him (such as firing former FBI Director James Comey).

Moving political roles around

The New York Times wrote a lengthy piece claiming that House Chief of Staff John Kelly wanted to oust Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. Kelly, however, told the Times that he was not “contemplating” getting rid of the power couple.

A small part of the Times article alleged that a plan was crafted to help Ivanka Trump move back to New York without it being obvious she's just up and getting out of politics.

The plan would be that she replace acting U.N ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, who would then replace Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. The rumors were denied by aides to the president, who said they never heard any of this "discussed internally." Haley will remain an ambassador in New York.

President allegedly uneasy as things are

Things in Washington are sticky (to put it mildly) when it comes to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner. President Trump expressed frustration over his daughter speaking out against GOP senate candidate, Roy Moore. He's been accused of having a sexual relationship with an underage girl several years ago.

Ivanka said that there's a "special place in hell for people who prey on children." Trump was reportedly irate that his daughter did this when he hasn't outright voiced his disapproval of Moore.

Jared Kushner is under scrutiny in Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian collusion during the 2016 election. The probe is heating up and Kushner's actions are still of interest to the investigation.

Any truth to the rumors?

As it stands, the senior advisers to the president will remain in Washington, D.C. Ivanka Trump isn't moving back to New York anytime soon. As the Times notes, now that Steve Bannon is gone as White House chief strategist, Ivanka and Jared are “likelier to stay for the foreseeable future.”

Jared Kushner told the Washington Times on Saturday that he and Ivanka Trump aren't going to "pull up stakes" and will stay in Washington. He said that his wife wants to look for a new house, which he considers a "good sign" that they'll be in D.C. for the long haul.