See Ivanka Trump’s Fourth of July Horse Video She Posted on Twitter

by Hunter Miller

Ivanka Trump celebrated the Fourth of July by sharing a video showing a cowboy riding on a bucking horse. The daughter of President Donald Trump uploaded the seven-second clip from what appears to be taken at a rodeo.

Trump posted the video wishing her followers a “Happy 4th” and writing, “God Bless the U.S.A.!” The video shows a cowboy in a black hat holding onto a bucking horse while waving his hat in the air for the spectators.

Ivanka spent the holiday weekend with her husband, Jared Kushner, and three children Arabella Rose Kushner, Joseph Frederick Kushner, and Theodore James Kushner. While the family’s getaway destination remains unknown, Ivanka and her brood clearly wanted to spend the Fourth enjoying the outdoors.

The mother of three shared a trio of pics with the caption: “Lots of love and memories as the sun sets on this 4th of July Weekend!”

The first pic shows Ivanka and her kids posing by an old wooden fence with a stunning sunset behind them. The second snap shows she and her husband Jared smiling for the camera in the same spot. In the third pic, the family stands in front of what appears to be a cabin fireplace.

During the family trip, the former fashion model shared a picture of her doing some horseback riding. She wrote in the caption “Hello, Sunday! Chin up. Heels down.”

On Friday, Ivanka encouraged all of her Twitter followers to stay healthy. She wrote that Americans celebrating this past weekend should “Practice hygiene, social distancing & wear a mask when in close proximity to others.”

Ivanka Practices Social Distancing, but It Isn’t Enforced at President Trump’s Mount Rushmore Speech

While Ivanka encouraged social distancing over the weekend, some Twitter users pointed out that her father was not doing so at his Mount Rushmore speech. South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem explained before the event that social distancing was not mandatory.

Gov. Noem released a statement detailing her actions on the event’s health restrictions. “We told those folks that have concerns that they can stay home, but those who want to come and join us, we’ll be giving out free face masks, if they choose to wear one. But we won’t be social distancing. We’re asking them to come, be ready to celebrate, to enjoy the freedoms and the liberties that we have in this country,” Noem said. Learn more here.