Posted June 09, 2018 08:31:01 As First Lady Melania Trump is set to arrive in Washington DC for a ceremonial inauguration on Friday, her daughter Ivanka is already in the mix for a few roles.
The first lady, who is also the daughter of former President Donald Trump, is the latest to step into the White House, following the resignation of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who has since returned to the State Department.
Her daughter, who graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism, has been an outspoken critic of Mr Trump, and in the past year she has been critical of the president’s treatment of her father and his controversial travel ban.
But it seems that she is also looking to play a role in the first lady’s inaugural parade, which will take place on Saturday morning, alongside other first ladies.
Ms Trump’s daughter has been photographed wearing a short-sleeved white dress with a white ribbon at the White house, and is seen wearing a matching jacket with matching skirt and dress shoes.
She has also been photographed taking part in a reception to honour the first family in the Rose Garden, with her father, first lady Melania Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence, and other first family members.
It’s a role that Ms Trump would appear to have been born to play.
In a 2015 interview with People magazine, Ms Trump described how her father used to “make me look like an idiot” for being “too conservative”.
“You know what’s funny?
The first time I saw him I was like, ‘What’s going on?'” she told the magazine.”
I was like a little kid.
I was a little girl.”
In the same interview, she also revealed that she was “furious” that the president, who had been “in a very good mood” the previous night, had not been in a “good mood” on Friday.
Ms White said: “It’s an amazing honor, because my father and I have been friends for years and years.
This is a great day for the country. “
But I also have to say, this is a very special day.
In an interview with the Washington Post, Ms White also revealed she was not allowed to speak to the press about her father’s first inauguration because of her First Amendment rights.””
And I think that it’s really important for the first ladies to step up, because we are all part of the American family.”
In an interview with the Washington Post, Ms White also revealed she was not allowed to speak to the press about her father’s first inauguration because of her First Amendment rights.
“There’s no place for the press in that event, because there is a First Amendment right to be free from the press,” she said.
“But I did see a couple things.
“So that was a really nice moment, and I thought it was a very classy gesture.””
Ms White also said she had not seen the president during the inauguration ceremony itself.””
So that was a really nice moment, and I thought it was a very classy gesture.”
Ms White also said she had not seen the president during the inauguration ceremony itself.
“No, I haven’t seen him at all, but I was really proud of him,” she told The Post.
“I thought it would be really nice to have him at the ceremony.”
Ms Trump is not the only first lady to be pictured at the inauguration parade.
Melania Trump also took part in the inauguration in January, alongside President Donald J Trump and his wife, Melania, who were also seen at the parade.
“The first time that I saw the president at the ballroom was at the inaugural ball, which was very nice, very nice,” Ms Trump told People magazine.
She added: “He’s so good at being the President that I think it would have been really nice if he was at that event.”
It is not clear whether Ms White will be involved in any of the official functions or ceremonies.