Ivanka Trump was dressed to impress in a light blue dress as she took a morning hotel meeting near Miami Beach, on Friday, ahead of her father’s possible indictment next week.
The former White House senior adviser was spotted walking through the lobby of the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Surfside, Florida, at 11 a.m. wearing a summer frock featuring a front cutout and a tied knot at the bust.
Ivanka, 41, paired the look with strappy white sandals with a three-inch heel, a taupe leather handbag that hung from her wrist, and pearl stud earrings.
She held her cellphone and a small stack of papers that were connected with a red paper clip as she headed to her meeting with a serious look on her face.
Ivanka Trump, 41, was spotted heading to a meeting at the Four Seasons Hotel at The Surf Club in Surfside, Florida, on Friday morning
The former White House senior adviser walked through the lobby clutching her cellphone and a stack of papers
Ivanka was dressed wearing a light blue summer frock featuring a front cutout and a tied knot at the bust
Ivanka’s long blonde hair was styled in loose waves around her shoulders, and she appeared to have done full glam for the meeting.
The former first daughter also had on a red string bracelet, which she has been wearing off and on for years
Although she hasn’t spoken about the purpose of the bracelet, it does bear a resemblance to the type of red string that Kabbalah practitioners wear to ward off the ‘evil eye.’
Ivanka’s visit to the Four Seasons Hotel follows her trip to Jerusalem with her husband, Jared Kushner, and their six-year-old son, Theodore.
She documented their pilgrimage on Instagram last week, sharing pictures of them participating in sunrise prayers at the Western Wall, which is considered the holiest site in Judaism where Jewish people are allowed to pray.
Ivanka, who was raised Christian, converted to Orthodox Judaism to marry Jared in 2009, and they are raising their children in the same faith. The couple’s daughter, Arabella, 11, and oldest son, Joseph, nine, did not appear to be with them.
She paired the look with strappy white sandals with a three-inch heel, a taupe leather handbag that hung from her wrist, and pearl stud earrings
Ivanka’s long blonde hair was styled in loose waves around her shoulders, and she appeared to have done full glam for the meeting
The former first daughter officially quit politics last November, saying she would not be a part of her father’s reelection campaign
Ivanka’s visit to the Four Seasons Hotel follows her trip to Jerusalem with her husband, Jared Kushner, and their six-year-old son, Theodore
It’s unclear when she arrived home from her latest getaway, but her Friday meeting comes as her father, former President Donald Trump, waits to find out whether he’ll be indicted by the Manhattan district attorney’s office next week in the Stormy Daniels hush-money case.
Trump allegedly paid Daniels $130,000 in the midst of the 2016 presidential campaign, instructing her to stay quiet about their affair, with sources telling DailyMail.com that his goal was to make sure it didn’t get back to his wife, Melania.
The Wall Street Journal first reported the existence of the payment on January 12, 2018 — just one year into Trump’s presidency. The ex-president’s personal attorney at the time, Michael Cohen, released a statement a month later acknowledging the payment for the first time.
While Trump initially said he’d be arrested on Tuesday — and encouraged his supporters to ‘protest’ — grand jury proceedings have wrapped for the week, so a potential indictment won’t be coming until Monday at the earliest.
On Friday, emergency teams responded to reports of a package containing a suspicious powder mailed to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office.
The New York Police Department said the powder was found in an envelope addressed to ‘Alvin’ that was delivered by USPS that day.
Ivanka documented their pilgrimage to Jerusalem on Instagram last week, sharing pictures of them participating in sunrise prayers at the Western Wall
She posted a photo of herself deep in prayer with her forehead and hand resting on the women’s section of the wall
It’s unclear when Ivanka arrived home from her latest getaway, but her Friday meeting comes as her father, former President Donald Trump, waits to find out whether he’ll be indicted by the Manhattan district attorney’s office next week in the Stormy Daniels hush-money case
The powder was discovered around noon in the basement mail room of the 80 Centre Street office and was determined to be non-hazardous.
A pair of bomb threats were also called into the courthouse earlier this week, delaying proceedings at least once.
The suspicious mail follows Trump’s unrelenting social media attacks on Bragg this week.
On Truth Social Thursday, the ex-president shared an article about Bragg that was illustrated with a picture of himself holding up a baseball bat next to an image of the Democratic DA raising his hand in a defensive position.
And then overnight, Trump called Bragg a ‘degenerate psychopath,’ as he gave the chilling threat that there would be ‘death & destruction’ should he be charged with a crime.
‘What kind of person can charge another person, in this case a former President of the United States, who got more votes than any sitting President in history, and leading candidate (by far!) for the Republican Party nomination, with a Crime, when it is known by all that NO Crime has been committed, & also known that potential death & destruction in such a false charge could be catastrophic for our Country?’ Trump posted to Truth Social a little after 1 a.m. on Friday.
Trump Trump has deployed controversial rhetoric all week while attacking Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (pictured arriving at his office on Thursday) on social media
On Friday, emergency teams responded to reports of a package containing a suspicious powder mailed to Bragg’s office (pictured)
‘Why & who would do such a thing? Only a degenerate psychopath that truely [sic] hates the USA!’ he said, pointing a finger at Bragg.
Trump has deployed controversial rhetoric all week while posting on Truth Social about the possible indictment, which would be historic, as no other former president has ever been charged in a criminal probe after leaving office.
‘EVERYBODY KNOWS I’M 100% INNOCENT, INCLUDING BRAGG, BUT HE DOESN’T CARE. HE IS JUST CARRYING OUT THE PLANS OF THE RADICAL LEFT LUNATICS. OUR COUNTRY IS BEING DESTROYED, AS THEY TELL US TO BE PEACEFUL!’ he posted on Thursday.
On Friday morning, he simply wrote: ‘PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT!’
Meanwhile, Ivanka appears to be distancing herself from her family after officially quitting politics in November, saying she would not be a part of her father’s reelection campaign.
Earlier this month, she asked for a delay in bringing New York Attorney General Letitia James’ $250 million fraud lawsuit against The Trump Organization to trial.
On Truth Social Thursday, Trump shared an article about Bragg that featured a picture of himself holding up a baseball bat next to an image of the Democratic DA raising his hand
Trump called Bragg a ‘degenerate psychopath’ early Friday morning, as he gave the chilling threat that there would be ‘death & destruction’ should he be charged with a crime
Ivanka left the Trump Organization in 2017 to join her father’s White House administration.
Her lawyers argued that the fraud complaint ‘does not contain a single allegation that Ms. Trump directly or indirectly created, prepared, reviewed, or certified any of her father’s financial statements.’
Ivanka and Jared were also both issued subpoenas last month by the special counsel investigating Trump’s effort to overturn the 2020 election and his role in the January 6 Capitol riots.
The former first daughter was in the White House during the Capitol riot and urged her father to address his supporters. She was also in the Oval Office when the then-president asked Pence to block or delay the congressional vote to certify the election.
Jared flew home from the Middle East as Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, and he also tried to get his father-in-law to tell them to go home.
Both were featured prominently in hearings by the House January 6 Committee after providing videotaped testimony. She made headlines with her comments backing former Attorney General Bill Barr’s insistence there was no widespread fraud in the election.
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