Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump attended President Trump’s historic trade deal agreement signing ceremony on Wednesday held on the South Lawn of the White House.
Keeping warm, but looking ravishing, Ivanka wore a bright red coat from Carolina Herrera. This is the third time she wore this stylish red wool coat, recently in October when heading to a Synagogue in D.C. with her family to celebrate the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret and last year in Munich for the Munich Security Conference as part of her commitment to encourage women’s economic empowerment.
The fit-and-flare double-faced wool coat features a scarf collar that adds a feminine finish to the look. From the 2018 Carolina Herrera collection, this coat is sadly sold out.
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She paired the red coat with sheer black tights and black patent leather heels. It is unknown what kind or color dress Ivanka wore underneath the coat. Ivanka added a touch of glamour, completely her look with a pair of dark, oversized shades that shielded her eyes from the sun.
Meanwhile, Ivanka’s husband, Jared Kushner, who also attended the ceremony, wore a navy wool coat over his standard navy suit. He jazzed up the navy suit by pairing it with a blue and red striped tie. The political couple may have been going for a patriotic look, as Ivanka’s lavish red coat perfectly matched her husband’s tie.
Ivanka stood behind her father, President Trump as he gave remarks before signing the USMCA into law which he dubbed “a new model of trade for the 21st century.”
“Today, we are finally ending the NAFTA nightmare and signing into law the brand new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement,” Trump said in a ceremony event outside the South Lawn of the White House surrounded by workers, chief executives and lawmakers. “The USMCA is the largest, fairest, most balanced and modern trade agreement ever achieved. For the first time in American history, we have replaced a disastrous trade deal that rewarded outsourcing with a truly fair and reciprocal trade deal that will keep jobs, wealth, and growth right here in America.”
Replacing NAFTA, which Trump repeatedly called “the worst trade deal ever” during the 2016 campaign trail was one of Trump’s biggest campaign promise and helped him secure electoral victories in states that voted for Democrats in the last 25 years.
“Two decades of politicians ran for office vowing to replace the NAFTA,” Trump said. “Yet once elected, they never even tried. They never even gave it a shot. They sold out. But I’m not like those other politicians. I keep my promises, and I’m fighting for the American worker.”
At the ceremony, Trump hailed the “momentous, historic and joyous occasion” and said the deal would “create countless new American jobs” and prevent outsourcing.
The signing of the USMCA comes nearly two weeks after Trump inked an initial trade deal with China. Combined, the two agreements encompass more than $2 trillion worth of trade and could add as much as 1.7 percentage points to U.S. economic growth.
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