The internet is gushing over pictures of Ivanka Trump after the First Daughter was captured leaving Air Force One at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland on Thursday.
Images show the mother-of-three strutting the tarmac with the elegance and grace of a born leader, rocking a black turtleneck and calf-length wool coat.
Ivanka accessorized her black and camel ensemble with a pair of dangling pearl earrings that grazed the top of her turtleneck.
The pictures were taken after Ivanka returned from Pennsylvania where she accompanied her father on a tour of the H&K Equipment factory in Coraopolis.
The event aimed to promote the president’s tax and economic plan that passed the House and Senate along with a partisan vote late last month.
President Donald Trump welcomed his daughter behind the lectern, extending a friendly arm towards her, and both seemed in high spirits during the visit, with Ivanka smiling as she addressed the attendees.
Four hours earlier, Ivanka was fresh-faced and sporting pink leggings from high-end sportswear brand Ultracor, which featured silver roses on the legs, as well as black Puma sneakers, and a black long-sleeve top.
Her long blonde hair was pulled back into a messy bun at the nape of her neck, and she protected her eyes from the early morning sun with a pair of sunglasses.
As she stepped out of the backseat of her Secret Service vehicle, she carried a green apple in one hand and her cellphone in the other.
In Michael Wolff’s recently released book ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,’ the author claims that Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner have a pact that she will run for president if the opportunity arises.
Wolff also writes that Trump believes that Kushner is a ‘suck-up’ and has griped that the couple shouldn’t have moved to Washington.
After its release earlier this month, the White House press secretary swatted the entire book down as ‘trashy tabloid fiction’ filled with ‘false and misleading accounts.’
In one chapter of the book, Wolff says that Jared and Ivanka took West Wing jobs, ‘over the advice of almost everyone they knew.’
‘It was a joint decision by the couple, and, in some sense, a joint job,’ the excerpt states. ‘Between themselves, the two had made an earnest deal: If sometime in the future the opportunity arose, she’d be the one to run for president.’
‘The first woman president, Ivanka entertained, would not be Hillary Clinton; it would be Ivanka Trump.’
The proposal, which was not directly sourced to anyone, elicited horror from foe Steve Bannon, who the author did interview.