The press was all over the National Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoning Ceremony on Tuesday, eager to see how President Trump would handle this cherished national tradition.
But the President’s daughters sucked all the oxygen out of the event with their stunning outfits. Tiffany and Ivanka Trump, along with Ivanka’s daughter Araballa, arrived in stylish red coats.
Ivanka was joined at the event by her husband, senior Trump advisor Jared Kushner, and her two oldest children Arabella and Joseph. One-year-old son Theodore stayed at home.
The two Trump sisters were all smiled as they happily chatted.
Ivanka’s double-breasted Dolce & Gabbana peacoat almost resembled flight attendant attire, but with some creative twists: mismatched buttons and a floral jacquard collar.
The oldest Trump daughter completed the look with a floral jacquard skirt, black tights, and black parent stiletto heels. Her hair was styled in an updo in the back and topped with a plain black headband.
Tiffany was equally dazzling in her red and pink tweed coat, with her long hair hanging loose around her shoulders.
The younger Trump sister, who is currently enrolled in her first year of law school at Georgetown University, was in a cheerful mood as she spent time with her young niece.
But the press, always on the lookout for something to slam the Trump family over, immediately went on “attack mode” at the sight of the Trump women’s elegant outfits.
The Daily Mail put out an article decrying Tiffany Trump’s dress as “very short.”
“Forget something?” wrote Daily Mail’s Charlie Lankston, referring to the length of Tiffany Trump’s coat.
Over at Hollywood Life, fashion critic Beth Shilliday wrote:
“Even though it was chilly coat weather in Washington D.C., First Daughter Tiffany Trump, 24, decided to turn heads by baring her long legs in a super short mini-dress and equally short red jacket. While her older sister Ivanka, 36, also wore a short skirt, she added warm black tights to her autumnal look. Tiffany on the other hand went with much more summery bare legs, showing them off from her thigh all the way down to her black high heels. It is November, so her very unseasonal wardrobe choice was a little confusing. She could definitely have used a trip to a spray tan salon if she was going to show so much late-autumn pale leg.”
Liberals take issue with Tiffany being “pale,” going so far as to recommend a tan. But they constantly ridicule President Trump for his supposedly “orange” tan? It seems you can never please some people!
President Trump pardoned turkeys Drumstick and Wishbone on Tuesday, with Drumstick being named the National Turkey.
Of the pardoned bird, the President Trump said “he has a very, very bright future ahead.”
The turkeys will spend the remainder of their lives on a farm in Virginia.