Without a political specter in the picture, Ivanka Trump is soaring.
Monday on Instagram, the daughter of former President Donald Trump posted a video about her most recent adventure.
Ivanka Trump is pictured at the controls of a helicopter in a video titled “learning to fly,” accompanied by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ song of the same name. Express of the United Kingdom speculated that the location was off the coast of Florida.
The British tabloid noted that her piloting uniform for the day was a floral-print Dolce & Gabbana Majolica dress.
The comments on her post lauded her decision to post the video.
One poster read, “Brave like your dad,” while another proclaimed, “We lost this class and elegance and replaced it with drugs and nudists at the White House.”
People recently reported that Ivanka is adopting a more private lifestyle on purpose.
“Ivanka is spending precious time with her husband and her children, doing what she loves most, being a mother,” a source who was not identified by the magazine was quoted as saying.
“She feels there is no better way to honor her late mother than to nurture and love on her own children,” a source told the magazine. She passed away on July 14, 2022.
On the first Mother's Day following my mother’s passing, I hold space for the beautiful memories of my mom while cherishing the privilege of being a mother to my three amazing kids: Arabella, Joseph, and Theo.
Sending so much love to all you superhuman mamas out there ! Happy… pic.twitter.com/SRvXkIv0DF
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) May 14, 2023
“While it has only been a year since Ivana passed, her role as both a remarkable mother and grandmother has left an impact on their lives and will forever be remembered,” the source said.
CNN reported in June that Ivanka Trump was removed from a lawsuit filed against the Trump Organization and members of the Trump family by New York State Attorney General Letitia James.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
“The allegations against defendant Ivanka Trump do not support any claims that accrued after February 6, 2016. Thus, all claims against her should have been dismissed as untimely,” a court order said.
As noted by the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Trump has spent much of her summer traveling. CONTINUE READING…