Ivanka and Jared go to work after DACA protests

Ivanka rushed to work Tuesday morning while seemingly hiding in an SUV just hours after DACA protesters stood outside of her luxurious D.C. home begging her and Jared to stop the president from ending the program.

Secret Service agents were photographed putting car-seats into a black SUV that was eventually backed into the home's garage where Ivanka reportedly got in before departing. 

Her husband, Jared Kushner, was photographed smiling while exiting their home on Tuesday sporting a business suit. He got into a waiting vehicle to head to the White House. 

On Monday night, over a dozen people gathered outside of their home holding candles during a vigil while peacefully protesting against the  administration ending  an Obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who arrived as children to live and work in the US without fear of deportation.

'Jared = Ivanka Please Protect Dreamers Keep DACA!', a sign held by a member of the group read. 

A photo shared to Twitter of the group said they were 'concerned community members' from Washington, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Idaho and Virginia. 

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In a rush? Ivanka Trump rushed to work Tuesday morning while seemingly hiding in a black SUV just hours after DACA protesters stood outside of her luxurious D.C. home begging her and Jared to stop the president from ending the program

In a rush? Ivanka  rushed to work Tuesday morning while seemingly hiding in a black SUV just hours after DACA protesters stood outside of her luxurious D.C. home begging her and Jared to stop the president from ending the program

Secret Service agents were photographed putting car-seats into a black SUV that was eventually backed into the home's garage where Ivanka reportedly got in before departing

Secret Service agents were photographed putting car-seats into a black SUV that was eventually backed into the home's garage where Ivanka reportedly got in before departing

Her husband, Jared Kushner, was photographed smiling while exiting their home on Tuesday sporting a business suit. He got into a waiting vehicle to head to the White House

Her husband, Jared Kushner, was photographed smiling while exiting their home on Tuesday sporting a business suit. He got into a waiting vehicle to head to the White House

On Monday night, over a dozen people gathered holding candles in front of their home while peacefully protesting against the Trump administration ending an Obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who arrived as children to live and work in the US without fear of deportation

On Monday night, over a dozen people gathered holding candles in front of their home while peacefully protesting against the administration ending an Obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who arrived as children to live and work in the US without fear of deportation

A photo shared to Twitter of the group (above) said they were 'concerned community members' from Washington, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Idaho and Virginia

Protester pictured above

A photo shared to Twitter of the group (above) said they were 'concerned community members' from Washington, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Idaho and Virginia

Neither Ivanka or Jared, who both work for her father as advisers in his administration, have commented about his announcement ending DACA, which stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. 

On Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions formally announced that is ending the program and said it is an 'unconstitutional exercise of authority' by the executive branch and amounts to 'unilateral executive amnesty,' in a press statement. 

The administration is rescind the policy that created the program, Sessions said.

It's up to Congress to pass legislation extending the policy if it see fit, the DOJ official stated.

'We are people of compassion, and we are people of law. But there is nothing compassionate about the failure to enforce immigration laws,' Sessions said.

Sessions did not say how long the 'wind down' that DHS is enacting would take. 

A weekend report said was planning to eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals scheme that his predecessor implemented five years ago at the conclusion of a six-month waiting period.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Tuesday that the Trump administration will 'wind down' the Obama-era program during a news conference 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on

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