Ivanka Trump may be done flying commercial after being harassed on a JetBlue flight.
Elle magazine recently did its best to excoriate Ivanka for being too much like a princess. Well, look what happens when she flies like the rest of us…she and her KIDS are verbally attacked. She can’t win.
Ivanka hopped on a private jet hours after being harassed by an unruly passenger on a commercial flight from New York to San Francisco Thursday.
Ivanka was spotted deplaning from her JetBlue flight on the tarmac of SFO, where she, husband Jared Kushner, and their 3 small children got on a private plane to their final destination. Multiple Service Secret agents accompanied the family, TMZ reported.
Earlier that day, Ivanka was on a plane at JFK Airport when Brooklyn attorney Daniel Goldstein approached her while holding a child in his arms.
Witnesses said Goldstein started yelling at her, demanding to know why she’s flying JetBlue and blaming her dad for destroying the United States.
“Your father is ruining the country!” Goldstein allegedly screamed. “Why is she on our flight? She should be flying private.”
Sources said Ivanka ignored the guy and tended to her three small children, but Goldstein kept berating her and standing over in an aggressive manner.
An hour before the flight, Dan Goldstein’s husband, Matthew Lasner, bragged on Twitter that his husband had spotted Ivanka and Jared and was “chasing them down to harass them.”
Matt Lasner, a professor at Hunter College in New York, has since deleted his Twitter account. Old screenshots show Lasner has a long history of slamming Donald Trump on Twitter.
Many outraged people are demanding that Matthew Lasner be fired from Hunter College, saying his aggressive behavior makes him unfit to teach.
— Martez (@GranMartez) December 22, 2016
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