Ivanka Trump smiled confidently as she left home to go to work on Wednesday morning, when reports surfaced that she once got into a shouting match with Steve Bannon after calling her a "clerk".
The first daughter, 36, was seen leaving her house in the neighborhood of Kalorama, DC, in Washington, around 8 a. M., Wearing a pastel green suit and white shoes with a finger tip.
In her left hand, she carried a stack of newspapers, including the New York Times, which featured extensive coverage of Bob Woodward's new book on Donald Trump's White House in its Wednesday edition, the same book detailing the reported fight by Ivanka with Bannon.
Commute: Ivanka Trump smiled confidently as she left home to go to work on Wednesday morning in a pastel green trouser suit and white shoes with a finger tip
Back! The first daughter, 36, made her first public trip since August 2 on Wednesday, just hours after reports surfaced that she once got into a yelling with Steve Bannon.
Look: Her long hair was pulled back in a low bun with some strands in the front for a more relaxed touch
Ivanka, seemingly unperturbed by the reports, flashed a broad smile as she walked from her home to the Secret Service SUV waiting for her.
Her long hair was pulled back in a low bun with some strands at the front for a more relaxed touch.
His suit, which consists of a $ 470 cross-over blazer and a pair of bell-bottom crop pants of $ 265, comes from the French Sandro label.
Argument: It was said that Bannon was upset with Ivanka's tendency to bypass the standard chain of command and address the problems directly with his father.
The first daughter finished her appearance with a pair of hanging pearl earrings and opted for her usual daytime makeup look with a light smoky eye and a pale pink lip, while her face was outlined with blush.
The morning of Wednesday marked Ivanka's first public trip since August 2. She stayed out of the cameras during the last weeks outside official commitments, and has been noticeably more discreet on social media.
Contrary to her habits, the mother of three children has not shared any personal photos on her Instagram account since June.
She seemed pleased to bring it back to the public square on Wednesday when she left her house in her parked car, only a few hours after the reports of her discussion with Bannon appeared.
Woodward, one of the reporters who broke the famous Watergate scandal in the early 1970s, includes the explosive anecdote of his new book, Fear: Trump in the White House.
Details: The first daughter finished her look with a pair of hanging pearl earrings and opted for her usual daytime makeup look with a light smoky eye and a pale pink lip
Reading: Ivanka had a large number of newspapers, including the New York Times, which included extensive coverage of Bob Woodward's new book on the White House by Donald Trump.
In a good mood: the first daughter seemed pleased to return to public attention after several weeks away from the cameras outside the official commitments
Smile: Ivanka, apparently unperturbed by reports of a fight between her and Bannon, flashed a broad smile as she walked from her home to the Secret Service SUV waiting for her.
Plot: Ivanka left home on Wednesday after Bob Woodward reported that he once argued with Bannon because he called her "employee".
The extracts of the book were revealed on Tuesday by The Washington Post.
In the book, Woodward writes about an "altercation charged with expletives" between the then counselor Bannon and the eldest daughter of President Donald Trump.
Previously: Ivanka was seen in May of this year wearing the same Sandro pantsuit, this time with black kitten heels and large sunglasses.
In the exchange, a Furious Bannon attacked Ivanka Trump.
"You're a damn staff member!" According to reports, Bannon shouted at him.
You walk through this place and you act like you're in charge, and you're not. You are on the staff!
& # 39; I'm not an employee! I will never be a staff member. I am the first daughter, it is reported that Ivanka told Bannon.
It was said that Bannon was upset with Ivanka's tendency to bypass the standard chain of command and address the problems directly with his father.
All the other assistants of the White House had to appear before the chief of staff at that time, Reince Priebus.
But the reported exchange apparently highlighted the fact that Ivanka felt she was not subject to the same rules.
Ivanka and her husband Jared Kushner, 37, are senior advisors to the president despite not having previous experience in government.
The reported confrontation between Ivanka and Bannon is one of the many shocking details about the internal workings of Trump's White House as said by Woodward.