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Ivanka back in DC for meeting with Latina business owners and quality mommy time

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Ivanka back in DC for meeting with Latina business owners and quality mommy time

Ivanka Trump’s return to the Big Apple on Wednesday was a brief one, with the first daughter spotted in Washington DC early Thursday morning leaving her plush rented home.

The 35-year-old mother of three sat in the backseat talking on her phone as she and two Secret Service agents drove to the Mayflower Hotel..

Once there Ivanka, attended a roundtable discussion with Latina small business owners organized by the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

In a photo from the event released by the USHCC, a beaming and animated Ivanka can be seen talking to the table of 13 Latinas.

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