Ivanka Trump is 'rolling commercial' to and from the Olympics

Ivanka Trump has been making the most of her time in PyeongChang as the leader of the U.S. delegation for the Closing Ceremony, attending as many events as possible and even holding John Schuster’s son in her arms as the American skip helped curl his country to victory.

Ivanka Trump holds Luke Shuster, son of Team USA skip John Shuster, next to athletes Rebecca Hamilton and Cory Christensen, while watching the men’s curling gold medal game. (Getty)

The First Daughter was also in the crowd for the men’s big air final where American snowboarder Kyle Mack won the silver medal, so she tweeted him her congratulations — and he boldly took the opportunity to request a ride home with her on Air Force One.

I mean, he had to shoot his shot, right?

Unfortunately for him (and fortunately for the American tax payer), Ivanka and her crew are “rolling” home the same way they arrived: commercial.

Trump and her delegation, which includes White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, arrived in Seoul via Korea Airlines. So far, her trip has been a successful one.

From her meeting with  South Korea’s President Moon to  trying on bobsledder Lauren Gibbs’ silver medal, she’s remained busy since arriving at the Games. Luke Shuster wasn’t the only child of an Olympian that she hung out with, either. She invited the daughters of Nate Weber, an American bobsledder and Green Beret, to watch the event with her.

It’s very cool to see Ivanka and the athletes embracing the moment and enjoying every minute of their experience in PyeongChang.

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