Ivanka Trump got to experience her first big winter storm in Washington DC on Tuesday, and shared her excitement on social media.The first daughter posted a video of the White House, panning 180 degrees to show the yard and just outside the Oval Office while exclaiming in her best Marilyn Monroe-like voice: 'Snowfall at the White House.'A similar video was later uploaded to her Twitter account but without the narration, with Ivanka writing: 'Watching the snowfall from the West Wing.'Across the district, Secret Service agents assigned to protect Ivanka and her family seemed to be enjoying the blustery conditions and bone-chilling winds a bit less as they set to work clearing the front of Ivanka's house.Pence is seen here speaking in Washington, DC on Tuesday Police saw the agent exiting a hotel room in plain clothes while off duty, a law enforcement source said. The agent was arrested by the police after they saw him leaving the room of an alleged sex worker.The hotel manager called police after he became suspicious of activity in one of the rooms. The employee whose name has not been released has been placed on administrative leave while an investigation into 'allegations of criminal activity' is underway, a source said.One thing to note is that during the free trial period photos are not displayed with the profiles.For more information about this United Kingdom dating service, please read our review of e Harmony in the UK.It was a lengthy and difficult task for the men, who were ultimately successful in making sure no snow or ice would cause harm to members of the Trump-Kushner family.Ivanka's snowday shenanigans come just one day after it was revealed that her fine jewelry collection would be stopping production 10 years after its launch.
The agent was arrested by local police after allegedly meeting a prostitute at a Maryland hotel late last week, CNN reported.
President Abigail Klem confirmed that moving forward the brand will no longer be producing a fine jewelry line, and instead focus on their more affordable collection of mass market trinkets.'As part of our company’s commitment to offering solution-oriented products at accessible price points, we have decided to discontinue the Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry collection,' said Klem in a statement on Monday.
It is a shocking move for the company given Ivanka's passion for her fine jewelry collection, which was the first fashion line she ever launched back in 2007 with a party celebrating the opening of the first Ivanka Trump store in New York City's Carlton Hotel.
Ivanka however had no say in the decision to stop producing the collection, having stepped down from her position in the company one week before she headed off to Washington DC with husband Jared Kushner and their three children.
Vanity Fair was the first to report that the brand would be ending production on their fine jewelry collection.