Ivanka Trump’s most recent appearance shows she’s working harder than ever to reclaim her old reputation

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Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump’s daughter, appears to be trying to get back to her previous, adored life as a socialite who frequents all of those loved celebrity-filled places.

On May 24, the author of The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life posted a series of images of herself and her son Joseph with the comment reading, “🔥🙌💥🏀⛹️‍♀️💫🔥 #GAME4 WITH MY MVP!”

In photos, we see Ivanka hugging her son Joseph while enjoying the Eastern Conference Finals between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat. We also receive a few videos from their point of view, as well as some photos of the two dressed in white.

Now, it’s evident that Ivanka has been trying to separate herself from the contentious family, and it appears like these mother-son photos of celeb-loved trips may be another move to convince America that the old Ivanka is returning.

Ivanka was a well-known socialite who dabbled in the areas of fashion, literature, commerce, and even modeling before becoming a key part of her father’s Presidential campaign and administration. As one of the Queens of the New York social scene, she was surrounded by powerful people and had a quite glamorous life.

However, once her father took government, many of her previous socialite friends rejected her when she defended her father’s racist background, according to Vox.

But, with her silence on her father’s continued struggles and these family-oriented pictures with her personal family of five, it appears she’s focused on her own brand more than ever.

For those who are unaware, she and Jared Kushner have three children: Arabella Rose, 11, Joseph Frederick, 9, and Theodore James, 7.

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