Donald Trump Jr. shared an candid Instagram photo series with his five children in honor of Father's Day, and the birthday of his daughter Chloe.
Ivanka Trump took to her Instagram account Sunday morning to share a heartfelt message to her dad, President Donald Trump, and her husband, Senior White House Advisor, Jared Kushner.
She and husband Jared Kushner reported up to $135 million in income while working in the White House, according to the latest financial disclosures.
The first daughter and senior adviser to the president praised Kim Kardashian for her "passionate advocacy" after the reality star made a speech at the White House on Thursday.
"Will it be for the children in cages or the children in sweatshops?" a person quipped about Trump's visit to the Netherlands, which is also home to the court prosecuting international criminals.
Ivanka Trump was attending the event as the guest of Queen Elizabeth along with other members of her family, when she failed to show proper etiquette during the playing of "The Star-Spangled Banner."
The first lady wore a Dolce & Gabbana dress with navy trim and a matching hat to visit Buckingham Palace.
The first daughter is getting negative reactions after sharing photos of her snowmobiling with one of her kids.
The first daughter posed at a weaver's loom during her trip, prompting references to accusations that her now-defunct fashion line exploited workers.
Trump's post about her son needing a crib fueled critics citing the border's family separations and detention centers.
Days after her father mocked wind energy, the first daughter has shared a video showing a young girl making a wind turbine to encourage STEM education for girls.
A new book claims that the first daughter wants to run for president, much to the comedian's horror.
President Trump stole the show when he expressed his appreciation for Cook— and then called him by the wrong name.
Ivanka Trump attended the Munich Security Conference on Friday in an orange Oscar de la Renta dress that people are likening to a jail jumpsuit.
Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren were among the few female lawmakers who didn't wear white to President Trump's 2019 State of the Union address.
Twitter users quickly took note of her ensemble, wondering if it was a nod to the “suffragette white” that Democratic lawmakers had chosen to wear to symbolize women’s rights.
"Women can choose to knock each other down or build each other up," the first daughter said of the controversial piece that sees a look-alike model vacuuming up crumbs.
Other family members' Black History Month tweets received backlash, too.