Ivanka Trump visits Charlotte area to speak about president’s ‘America First’ agenda

Ivanka Trump visits Charlotte area to speak about president’s ‘America First’ agenda
Ivanka Trump at Cherub's Cafe in Belmont (Gavin Stewart / Gaston Gazette)

CHARLOTTE — Ivanka Trump will be in Charlotte Thursday to speak with the Trump 2020 senior advisor for Strategic Communications and supporters about President Donald Trump’s “America First” agenda.

“President Trump has delivered time and time again for the great state of North Carolina, including cutting taxes for families, providing crucial increased funding for our military and delivering USMCA for America’s workers,” Ivanka Trump said in a news release. “I am once again honored to meet with the people of North Carolina to discuss how the president will continue to fight for them for the next four years.”

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She will be in Charlotte for the event at 11 a.m., but the Trump campaign did not release information on the location.

Ivanka Trump’s last visit to the Queen City was Sept. 14.

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Ivanka Trump gets tour of Belmont

Ivanka Trump received a warm welcome in Belmont on Thursday morning while visiting some of the local hot spots downtown.

According to our partners at the Gaston Gazette, Ivanka Trump hit Cherub’s Cafe and even made a treat at the Cotton Candy Factory. Both businesses are run by Holy Angels.

Trump, who also serves as a White House adviser to her father, visited Gaston County to attend a private event. The Gazette reported that she and her son ate dinner Wednesday night at Webb’s Custom Kitchen, reportedly spent the night in a Gastonia hotel and then toured Belmont.