Transcript for Ivanka Trump security detail affects Washington neighbors
So looks like the block where Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner live in Washington now could benefit from a little diplomacy. Neighbors have complaints since members of the first family moved in. We have more from Washington. Hi, Stephanie. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Dan and Paula. You know, everybody is somebody in this neighborhood. So Ivanka Trump moving in with her family is not the big deal. It's what come along with being the first daughter and a senior adviser to the president. You moogt expect your neighbor to steal your newspaper. Did you take it? No. Reporter: Or make too much noise. Keep it down. Reporter: But residents on this posh D.C. Street saying security details assigned to Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are make it hard to park and crowding the street. All of a sudden, we can't walk down our block. Reporter: With neighbors like former president Obama and his wife, sex tear of state Rex tillerson moving in down the street, the Clintons, Donald Rumsfeld, Al former resident es here. Diplomatic congestion is nothing new. It's been kind of exciting. Something new for the neighborhood. Reporter: One come so upset about no mark signs in front of her house, she took her complaint to city hall. Citing parking issues, trash, and noise. And they reached a compromise. For now. Taking down some of the the no parking signs the. We don't want no marking signs in front of someone's home in a residential neighborhood. Translator: Secret it's says they try not to cause disruption. Some residents say they don't mind the extra level of protection. They feel more secure. Dan, Paula? You know what helps with this neighborhood diplomacy. Take 'em a coffee cake. I'm sure Jared son it as we speak. Why does visit to be Jared? She would bring them a coffee cake or a banana cream pie. Something like that.
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