Is Ivanka Trump flying on Air Force One for the Olympics?

Tanya Edwards
Ivanka Trump at Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre on Feb. 24 in PyeongChang, South Korea. (Photo: Getty Images)

In a cute moment at the Olympics, first daughter Ivanka Trump revealed to U.S. snowboarder and silver medalist Kyle Mack that she’d flown commercial to the 2018 Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.

After attending the big air event where Mack won the silver medal, Trump tweeted out congrats to the Detroit-based boarder. Mack cheekily responded with a request for a ride back on Air Force One.

Trump quickly replied, “We’re rolling commercial, but you’re welcome to sit next to me! Or come visit us at the White House anytime! Congrats!”



President Trump’s elder daughter, who toured the Winter Olympics on Saturday, will be leading the U.S. delegation at the closing ceremony.

Photo: Getty Images

The delegation, including White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, spent time cheering on the U.S. men’s curling team on Saturday. And while Trump was bundled up and sporting a USA beanie while watching snowboarding, she wore a long red-and-black striped knit dress when cheering Team USA to its first Olympic gold medal in curling.

The first daughter watched the men’s curling competition alongside American curler Becca Hamilton, who explained the rules of the game to Trump, according to White House aides.

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