Ivanka Trump lectures Japanese chairs what it means to be a woman
Friday, 03 November 2017

 

Ivanka Trump created her own paparazzi following as she arrived in Japan on Thursday, instructing staff to film her as she deplaned and met with officials on the ground.

“She made sure a member of her entourage filmed her glamorous arrival as she made her way down the escalator, and later shared the footage with her 3.9 million followers on her Instagram Story,” the Daily Mail reported.

The clip shows Ivanka arriving at Narita International Airport, then focuses on the many photographers taking her picture, before focusing on the first daughter again.

Ivanka kept her sunglasses on inside the airport, shielding her eyes after her 14-hour flight from Washington, DC. She smiled at the cameras as she passed the photographers and continued her exit.

The senior White House adviser, who is traveling at the invitation of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, donned a thigh-length, light blue coat white a white, black-rimmed collar. Ivanka paired the statement jacket with black tailored pants and black flats with a prominent black bow on top.

A video of Trump speaking in Japan posted on YouTube has a caption that reads:

Ivanka Trump shared her views on sexual harassment and women’s empowerment in front of a half-empty venue in Tokyo on her first official visit to Asia. During her brief address to the World Assembly for Women, she focused on women’s rights issues and her work with the US administration to promote women’s roles in the economy. She said women should not be defined by whether they work inside or outside the home[.] Empty seats greet Ivanka Trump at women’s empowerment speech in Tokyo.

 



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