Ivanka Trump is offering her thoughts as we embark on another day in this, as she puts it, “brave new world.”
Trump took to Twitter on Monday morning to address the American people in an at-home video from Washington D.C. Sitting in her living room, the adviser to the president thanked first responders and other workers on the front line.
“It’s Monday morning here in D.C. as we wake up to this brave new world. For those who are self-isolating and self-quarantining and following the CDC guidelines, we thank you as your weekend blends into your weekday. For our heroic first responders, health-care professionals and the front line in this effort to keep our nation functioning, our grocers and our truckers who are ensuring our strong food supply, we thank you and we send our collective prayers for your safety and thoughts and gratitude your way,” Trump said in the video.
She added, “We’re all in this together. We’ll emerge from this stronger than ever before and maybe more deeply and profoundly connected with our own humanity and our core values. So I wish you a good beginning to the week. Let’s do everything we can to stop the spread, and let’s remember that we are all united in this together.”
As of Monday morning, there have been over 15,000 Americans with confirmed cases of the coronavirus and more than 200 fatalities, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Affecting thousands across the globe, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global health pandemic on March 11, causing the CDC to advise that gatherings be limited to small groups and states such as California and New York to order all nonessential workers to stay at home.
While Ivanka oftentimes is spotted alongside her father, President Donald Trump, at meetings, press conferences and more, the adviser has reduced her appearances at the White House amid the current health crisis.
One of her most recent events at the White House included an appearance with Kim Kardashian. The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star brought along Judith Negron, Crystal Munoz and Tynice Nichole Hall, three mothers to whom the president granted clemency in February.
For the occasion, Ivanka paired a short-sleeved black dress with heels that resembled Saint Laurent’s Zoe pumps.
Ivanka Trump’s choice of footwear varies from eco-friendly Rothy’s flats to sleek pumps from brands like Gianvito Rossi, Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik. She has also previously worn styles from her now-defunct eponymous shoe label.
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