Megan McCain, the daughter of the late Senator John McCain, launched a harsh attack on US President Ivanka Trump's daughter, and her husband, Jared Kushner, during a video in which she claimed they were uninvited to the funeral of her late father, Sen. John McCain. "Definitely, they ruined my father's funeral," McCain said. "They won't get anything from me." "They're not good people."

In another context of the attack, McCain said that Ivanka did not do much real work in the White House, and described its various initiatives as "vague." White House spokeswoman Jessica Dito responded to McCain on Wednesday, telling People magazine that the White House did not take McCain's criticism of the first daughter seriously. "All the rumors about what is happening inside the Trump family are utterly ridiculous," the spokeswoman said.

In addition, some reports claim that Senator Lindsey Graham, a member of Congress, has in fact invited Jared and Ivanka to attend McCain's funeral, although Megan herself "may not have known."

McCain, a Republican, has been a critic of the Trump administration and has indicated she may vote for former Vice President Joe Biden in 2020 if he is nominated for the Democratic Party.

“I thought my family had made it clear, or at least I did, that the Trump people were not welcome around me,” says Megan. “My father was very clear about the line between the McCain and the Trump family.”

Ivanka, 37, and Kushner, 38, have been White House advisers since early 2017. They married in 2009.