First daughter Ivanka Trump is celebrating Hanukkah and the Christmas season with family and friends. From a little holiday baking to lighting the Menorah, she is enjoying every moment. We picked some of her best photos to share with our readers, to help spread the holiday cheer.
You’re sure to want a snack after watching this short video of Ivanka baking cookies with her children. Her daughter Arabella (6) and her son Joseph (4) dance around to a cheerful tune in front of several batches of chocolate chip cookies.
She shared a similar photo earlier this year of her baking with the children. They were making the Jewish treat “hamentashen” for the annual Purim festival. Although, baking Christmas treats seems a much safer tradition than taking in some…
Winter Ice Skating
Last Sunday, the first daughter and her husband Jared Kushner spent the day ice skating with the children. Ivanka struck an adorable pose with Arabella which she shared with supporters on Instagram and Twitter.
As we’ve said before, faith and family are top priorities for the eldest Trump daughter. You can see just how important their Jewish faith is, in the photo of them…
Lighting the White House Menorah
Celebrating a “very special” Hanukkah, Jared and Ivanka watch as Joseph and Arabella help light the Menorah. What makes this Hanukkah special, is the fact the Trump family is making history.
The Trump administration is the first to have a Jewish family member in the White House. However, as important as family is to Ivanka, she also manages to take time out to celebrate the holidays with…
Friends and Supporters
Singer Joy Villa made headlines earlier this year by wearing a blue “Make America Great Again” dress to the Grammy awards. Villa looked stunning again while posing with Ivanka at the White House Christmas party. It’s too bad CNN decided to skip the event in protest.
Dressed in holiday red and silver, the two successful women were all smiles. The singer shared the photo on social media, thanking Trump for the fun times. “Celebrate good things with great people! My power sister @IvankaTrump, always a blessing to laugh with you,” she wrote.
Not surprisingly, Ivanka has always enjoyed celebrating the season. Not to mention, showing off her many talents. How do we know? Just look at this…
Blast from Christmas Past
As a young girl, the future first daughter performed in “The Nutcracker” at the famous Lincoln Center in New York City. While she often at discusses her love of performing on stage, Mrs. Kushner is satisfied with being a wife, mother, and rising star in Washington politics.
Maybe one day, Americans will wish “President Ivanka Trump” a Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah?