On the arm of her husband, Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to her father, President Donald Trump, she arrived wearing a champagne dress and a matching sheer cape, all tied together with a metallic gold belt and clutch.
Earlier this week, at an event in Washington, D.C., on the ice at the Fort Dupont Ice Arena, Ivanka joined local youth-league hockey players and a few professional players from the D.C. Capitals hockey team to release the Trump administration’s first-ever National Youth Sports Strategy.
When she first arrived, she wore a pair of $695 heeled white pumps with a pointed toe from Gianvito Rossi. But when it came time to step onto the ice, Trump, a senior advisor to the president, swapped her heels for a similar but more practical style of white flats with straps across the top of the foot and around the ankle.
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When youth engage in sports, their life outcomes improve dramatically yet youth sports participation has ⬇️ in the past decade. We will reverse this trend! This Administration has implemented the 1st ever National Sports Strategy to increase access to sport and play so that all kids, regardless of age, gender, zip code or financial status, can participate and thrive!
Joining Ivanka for the announcement were Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar as well as Capitals players John Carlson and Tom Wilson.
The initiative aims to “increase access to sport and play so that all kids, regardless of age, gender, zip code or financial status, can participate and thrive.”
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