President Donald Trump's daughter and her husband were flying in a two-engine helicopter from Washington to NY when one of the engines failed, two law enforcement sources told CNN.
President Trump's daughter and son-in-law were flying from Washington to NY on Thursday afternoon in a two-engine helicopter when one engine failed, causing the chopper to return to Washington.
Ivanka and her husband were forced to land after one of their helicopter's engine failed.
The couple, who have three young children together, were flying from Washington to NY when the incident happened, reports CNN.
The incident has raised more than a few questions, with the Twitterverse wondering why Ivanka and Jared, both White House staffers were travelling on a Trump-owned chopper.
The chopper landed at Ronald Reagan National Airport shortly after takeoff Thursday afternoon, CNN reported.
The couple ended up taking a commercial flight up to NY in the end.
"Workforce development is a critical part of our infrastructure proposal that the White House sent to Congress", Ivanka said Friday, according to the Des Moines Register.
'Over the past year, Gov. Reynolds and I have worked closely on a number of workforce development initiatives.
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