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Ivanka Trump looks stunning in low cut jumpsuit amid Donald China tariff drama

By newadmin / Published on Friday, 23 Mar 2018 07:37 AM / No Comments / 27 views

Ivanka Trump, 36, took part in a Generation Next forum at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington.

The White House senior advisor and mother of three participated in a panel discussion at the event, when the Donald Trump China tariff drama took place. 

The president has hit China with a huge $60billion tariff as payback for what he claims is years of unfair intellectual property theft, threatening to spark a huge trade war across the globe.

Meaning, Ivanka looked beautiful at the Generation Next Summit, wearing green.

The daughter to the President of the United States wore a dark green jumpsuit with wide legs.

The low cut jumpsuit tied around the waist. Underneath the piece the fashion entreprenear layered a black roll neck top.

To the look she added dazzling drop pearl earrings in gold.

Ivanka’s hair was perfectly blowdried, and she wore neutral eye make up and a nude lip.

As an advisor to her father Donald Trump, Ivanka undertakes many official trips across the country and abroad.

However, Ivanka Trump’s Instagram account opens her up to some criticism to those who are not fans of the mother-of-three, or her father. 

The blonde former-model was recently ridiculed after posting a photo of herself wearing lab goggles and rubber gloves during a science lab visit.

The followers described the First Daughter as “delusional” as she tried to re-enact a scientific experiment in the photo.

Ivanka wore a sexy, form-fitting skrit to the event, where she interacted with with students.

Ivanka Trump’s sexy skirt was created by a designer who us a favourite of Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Cheryl, David Koma.

It cost a whopping $1,025 or £730. Ivanka appeared at the Waukee Innovation and Learning Center today, and wore a tight, form-fitting top to meet students.

She met students at a roundtable discussion about education and job creation.

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