Ivanka Trump was dressed to impress in a silky blue frock as she enjoyed a date night with her husband, Jared Kushner, in Miami on Wednesday.
The former White House senior advisers, both 40, were spotted leaving Arte Surfside, the luxury oceanfront condo building they have called home for the past year.
Ivanka took advantage of the warm Florida weather and bared her legs in a short shirt dress featuring a collar and cuffed sleeves.
She topped off the look with a pair of silver pumps with stacked heels and earrings that peeked out from underneath her blonde hair.
Ivanka appeared to be carrying a black clutch when she stepped out of the building, with her husband following behind on his cellphone.
Ivanka Trump, 40, dressed up in a silky blue frock for a date night with her husband, Jared Kushner, in Miami on Wednesday
The former White House senior adviser paired her short shirt dress with a pair of flashy silver pumps with stacked heels
Jared was dressed more casually in a light gray sweater and slim-fit chinos, which he paired with gray sneakers.
He also had on a watch and a red string bracelet on his left wrist, the same type that Ivanka has worn on numerous occasions.
Although they haven’t spoken about its purpose, it does bear a resemblance to the type of red string that Kabbalah practitioners wear to ward off the ‘evil eye.’
Ivanka had a bright smile on her face when they were greeted by their driver at 7 p.m. The parents of three were presumably headed to dinner, though their destination remains unclear.
Since moving to Miami, Jared has launched a new global investment firm, Affinity Partners, and has raised more than $3 billion in committed funding from international investors.
He plans to invest in American and Israeli companies that are looking for international expansion opportunities in India, Africa, the Middle East, and other parts of Asia.
The move raised eyebrows among ethics experts, given his rapid transition from advising the White House and liaising with world leaders to seeking investments from them for his own firm.
The Wall Street Journal reported that in the past few months, Jared — the New Jersey-born scion of a wealthy real estate developing family — has met with the crown princes of Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi and other high-powered officials.
Jared, 40, was dressed more casually for their night out in Miami, where they have been living for the past year
The investor threw on a light gray sweater over a white T-shirt and a pair of chinos
Jared, the New Jersey-born scion of a wealthy real estate developing family, topped off the look with a pair of gray sneakers
Ivanka often accompanied him on trips to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar that were both for business and pleasure, sources told the newspaper.
The couple has kept a relatively low profile since moving to Miami, and they have rarely been seen out on the town without their children.
They have a daughter, Arabella, 10, and two sons, Joseph, eight, and Theodore, five. Their kids are currently enrolled in a local Jewish school that is located just a short distance from Arte Surfside.
Ivanka converted to Judaism to marry her husband Jared Kushner, who is a Modern Orthodox Jew, and they are raising their children in the same faith.
While they appear to be enjoying life in Florida, the time they spent working in the White House isn’t entirely behind them.
The former first daughter is in discussions with the House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection to speak with them, her office confirmed to DailyMail.com.
‘Ivanka Trump is in discussions with the committee to voluntarily appear for an interview,’ a spokesperson for Ivanka said.
The panel asked her last month to voluntarily come and speak with them about what she saw that day. Ivanka, the daughter of former President Donald Trump, was with her father at a rally where he addressed his supporters before they marched on the Capitol. She was in the White House as the events unfolded.
Ivanka wore her blonde hair loose around her shoulders, and her earrings shimmered in the light
The former first daughter had a bright smile on her face as she and Jared left Arte Surfsid, their luxury oceanfront condo building
They were greeted by their driver at 7 p.m. and were seen getting into the back of a black SUV
The parents of three were presumably taken to dinner, though their destination remains unknown
She has yet to agree on a date when she might talk with the committee and the panel has made no threat of an imminent subpoena, the New York Times reported, citing committee sources.
Ivanka served as an adviser to her father during his White House tenure. She, her husband Jared, and their three children moved to Miami after the Trump administration ended.
She has stayed out of politics, opting not to challenge Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, and rarely posts to her social media accounts.
The former president has not requested that his daughter defy the committee’s requests, as he has done with his other top aides, the Times noted.
It would unlikely for Ivanka to take any steps that her father did not approve of as the two are extremely close.
The former president has ordered other aides — including Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff; Dan Scavino Jr., a deputy chief of staff; and Stephen K. Bannon, an adviser — not to speak to investigators.
Meadows and Bannon have been found in contempt of the House. The Justice Department is investigating Bannon and has yet to decide if it will do the same for Meadows.
Trump blasted the panel after it requested to speak to Ivanka. The panel also has requested to hear from Eric Trump, the former president’s son who ran the business empire, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, an adviser to Trump’s presidential campaign and the fiancée of his oldest son Don Jr.
Jared was on his cellphone and deep in conversation before they got picked up. Since moving to Miami, he’s launched a new investment firm, Affinity Partners, and has raised more than $3 billion in committed funding from international investors
He plans to invest in American and Israeli companies that are looking for international expansion opportunities in India, Africa, the Middle East, and other parts of Asia
The move raised eyebrows among ethics experts, given his rapid transition from advising the White House and liaising with world leaders to seeking investments from them for his own firm
‘It’s a very unfair situation for my children,’ the former president told the Washington Examiner in January.
In its letter, the U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol referred to Ivanka being present in the Oval Office on the morning of January 6th, when then-President Trump called Vice President Mike Pence to pressure him to try and hold up certification of the 2020 election.
‘The Select Committee wishes to discuss the part of the conversation you observed between President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on the morning of January 6th,’ the panel wrote to her.
The committee noted General Keith Kellogg, the retired general who served as a national security adviser to Pence and was also in the Oval that day, told them after Trump’s call to Pence, ‘[Ivanka Trump] turned to me and said, “Mike Pence is a good man.”’
‘Similarly, the Select Committee would like to discuss any other conversations you may have witnessed or participated in regarding the president’s plan to obstruct or impede the counting of electoral votes.’
The panel continued: ‘The committee has information suggesting that President Trump’s White House counsel may have concluded that the actions President Trump directed Vice President Pence to take would violate the Constitution or would be otherwise illegal.’
‘Did you discuss those issues with any member of the White House Counsel’s Office?’
Ivanka and Jared enjoyed an audience with former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, during their trip to Jerusalem in October
A spokesperson for Ivanka told DailyMail.com this week that she is in talks with the January 6th committee about cooperating with the Capitol riot investigation
Rep. Bennie Thompson (center), chair of the select committee investigating the January 6th attack, said the panel wants to hear from Ivanka, former President Donald Trump’s oldest daughter
They said they also wanted to speak with her about Trump’s response to the insurrection. They referenced a tweet Trump sent at 2:24 p.m. that day in which he said Pence ‘didn’t have the courage’ to do what needed to be done.
‘We are particularly interested in discussions inside the White House and with the President before and after his 2:24 p.m. tweet. Testimony obtained by the Select Committee indicates that members of the White House staff requested your assistance on multiple occasions to intervene in an attempt to persuade President Trump to address the ongoing lawlessness and violence on Capitol Hill,’ the panel wrote to Ivanka.
‘Testimony obtained by the Select Committee indicates that members of the White House staff requested your assistance on multiple occasions to intervene in an attempt to persuade President Trump to address the ongoing lawlessness and violence on Capitol Hill.’
And, they added, that White House staff ‘recognized that might be’ the one person who could get Trump to act.
The panel stated that Kellogg told them he had ‘very strongly’ recommended that Trump not do a live television statement on that day ‘because press conferences get out of control and you want to control the message.’
‘Apparently, certain White House staff believed that a live unscripted press appearance by the President in the midst of the Capitol Hill violence could have made the situation worse,’ the panel noted.
President Trump ultimately filmed a video statement from the Rose Garden that was posted online. He reportedly had to do multiple takes to get one staff would post.
Ivanka was with her father at his rally outside the White House on January 6th when he addressed his supporters before they marched on the Capitol
Ivanka was in the White House on the day of the riot and reportedly encouraged her father to ask his supporters to stand down
In its letter, the U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol referred to Ivanka being present in the Oval Office on the morning of January 6th
‘The Select Committee understands that multiple takes of the video were filmed but not utilized. Information in the Select possession suggests that the President failed in the initial clips to ask rioters to leave the Capitol. The Select Committee has sought copies of those unused clips from the National Archives,’ the panel noted.
‘You have knowledge bearing directly on the president’s actions or inactions on January 6th and his state of mind as the violent attack occurred at the Capitol. The Select Committee would very much appreciate your voluntary cooperation with its investigation on these matters,’ the panel wrote to Ivanka.
The committee also revealed it’s investigating whether or not President Trump ordered the National Guard to respond.
‘The Committee has identified no evidence that President Trump issued any order, or took any other action, to deploy the guard that day. Nor does it appear that President Trump made any calls at all to the Department of Justice or any other law enforcement agency to request deployment of their personnel to the Capitol,’ the panel wrote, saying they wanted to discuss that issue with her.
Finally, the panel said they wished to speak to Ivanka about efforts by White House staff and others — including Fox News host Sean Hannity — to have President Trump stop making statements claiming the election was ‘stolen’ from him.
They cite a text exchange between Hannity and then-press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, who has already testified to the panel, in which Hannity wrote to her: ‘Key now. No more crazy people.’
‘Yes, 100%,’ McEnany wrote back.
‘The Select Committee would like to discuss this effort after January 6th to persuade President Trump not to associate himself with certain people, and to avoid further discussion regarding election fraud allegations,’ the panel wrote to Ivanka.
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