Ivanka Trump Has A PERFECT Secret Service Name, Melania’s Fits Her Like A Glove

The Secret Service refers to Donald Trump as “Mogul.” Ivanka and Melania have names that are even better!

Wouldn’t Ivanka Trump make for a PERFECT White House Chief of Staff? We think so, and it is good to hear that the Secret Service is taking care of her, and of course, Melania Trump and the rest of the family.

No one outside of the Secret Service truly knows how they come up with code names, or call signs, for those that they protect, but whoever did it in the case of the Trump family deserves a raise.

Ivanka Trump is referred to as “Marvel,” as she truly inspires images of comic book heroine beauty.

Melania Trump is known as “Muse,” a moniker that is also suits her stunning features and striking good looks.

Recently, The Washington Post ran a story on a few other choice names:

If news reports are to be believed, we now know the Secret Service code names of the 2016 presidential contenders and their families. This is a tradition in the presidential campaign process: reporters competing to figure out which one-word term will hover around the future president for the next four years.

Without further ado, the Clintons will retain their code names from the last time they lived in the White House. Hillary Clinton is “EVERGREEN” and Bill Clinton “EAGLE.” Donald Trump is “MOGUL,” according to reports, and Melania Trump “MUSE.”

The vice presidents get code names, too: Mike Pence is “HOOSIER” — a little on the nose — and his wife “HUMMINGBIRD.” Tim Kaine is “DAREDEVIL,” somewhat ambitiously. His wife’s? To be determined. We know it almost certainly starts with a D, given the pattern the Secret Service follows. But for now, it remains a secret.

If you are truly into learning more about the Secret Service Code Names of other VIP’s, check out the great work done over at Time:


President Barack Obama opted for this moniker after being presented with a list of names beginning with the letter “R.” As custom dictates, the rest of his family’s code names will be alliterative: wife Michelle is known as “Renaissance;” daughters Malia and Sasha are “Radiance” and “Rosebud,” respectively.


Kennedy’s moniker meshed well with the “Camelot” theme of his Administration. It also works as a play on “Lancelot,” King Arthur’s notoriously womanizing knight.


For a chief executive undone by the late-night break-in at the Watergate Hotel, and the subsequent coverup, Nixon’s Secret Service nickname — a device that reveals all — is deeply ironic.


The former Georgia governor, a devout Baptist, taught Sunday school even while occupying the Oval Office; his code-name was a fitting choice.


As a presidential candidate in 1980, the Lion of the Senate (and pale, Irish-Catholic New Englander) had to suffer this code-name.


For a president who once starred in Westerns, this moniker was a perfect fit.

For more names, continue reading at Time.


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