Ivanka Trump stuns in elegant teal pantsuit as she attends event to help American workers prepare for changing economy
The 37-year-old looked flawless as she joined Google CEO Sundar Pichai for a discussion at the El Centro Community College in Dallas on Thursday
First daughter Ivanka Trump garnered a lot of praise for her stunning teal pantsuit outfit which she wore for an event in Dallas, Texas on Thursday, October 3.
The 37-year-old looked flawless in the long sleeve jacket which she paired with a black top. She completed the look with a pair of matching pants. The mother-of-three let her blonde locks fall loose over her shoulders and sported a matching green belt. She finished off her look with a pair of black heels. She chose to sport some smokey eye makeup as well as a dusty rose lipstick.
Ivanka joined Google CEO Sundar Pichai for a discussion at the El Centro Community College in Dallas on a new program to help American workers evolve with the changing economy. The program will help to prepare people who don't have experience or a college degree for entry-level jobs in less than six months.
WFAA reporter Ariel Plasencia tweeted, "Advisor to the President @IvankaTrump & @sundarpichai, CEO of @Google, just arrived at @ECCOnline to announce the expansion of Google’s online IT training certificate to more community colleges, as well as a commitment of 250,000 training opportunities. @wfaa #PledgetoAmericasWorkers".
Speaking at the event, Ivanka shared, "We know that in order to be competitive in this world, we need to invest in America's greatest asset, our workers, and help fill the openings in the IT field."
"Google's pledge to train 250,000 Americans for the technology jobs of tomorrow helps us achieve our mission," she continued.
Recently, the first daughter was branded a "fraud" in a tweet after she posted a picture of her son dressed up as a Stormtrooper. Ivanka had captioned the image, "The Force is strong in my family". Her caption was slammed by Mark Hamill who plays the role of Luke Skywalker in the 'Star Wars' series. "You misspelled 'Fraud'", Hamill wrote along with the hashtag '#GoForceYourself'. Hamill's comment was met with a lot of criticism as some blamed him for attacking children.