Ivanka shares daughter’s kindergarten questionnaire, what 5-year-old wants to be when she grows up

Ivanka Trump was proud to share her five-year-old daughter’s delightful responses to questions from her kindergarten classmates.

Arabella Kushner revealed that she wants to be a Marine when she grows up and her favorite food is “of course, ice cream!” in a school activity that featured her being interviewed by classmates.

“Arabella’s very cute answers to her kindergarten classmates’ questions during today’s student spotlight!” her proud mother captioned the photo of the questionnaire she shared on Twitter Friday.

President Trump’s granddaughter proudly shared that her favorite country is America and her favorite color, rainbow, in the series of 18 questions from the students.

The oldest child of Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner revealed that if she could be a star, she would be the Star of David, in a nod to her family’s Jewish faith. To the question, “If you could be Israel or an ant, what would you be?” she responded, “Israel.” She also noted that Hanukkah is her favorite holiday, “because I get presents!”

Ivanka has warmed hearts sharing photos and videos of her family, including the recent one noting how difficult it is to be away from her toddler, Theodore.

This past week she celebrated the end of the school year with a photo of “morning kisses” with three year-old son, Joseph.

Little Arabella’s adorable answers brought smiles to many on Twitter, aside from the usual anti-Trump trolls who even have to politicize kindergarten. Many were especially touched by her dream to one day be a Marine.

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