Ivanka Trump, daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump and senior White House adviser, gives a medal to former U.S. bobsledder Garrett Hines while visiting USA House during the 2018 Winter Olympics on Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018, in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Trump has been very Instagram-happy while documenting her South Korea sporting adventure, posing with American athletes such as the figure skaters Bradie Tennell and Karen Chen, among others. ("Silver linings!") Now, he's taking aim at President Trump's daughter, Ivanka, who flew to PyeongChang to attend some events and pal around with a few foreign leaders.
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"I feel like this nearly is like trying on someone's wedding band", Trump said.
Gibbs placed the medal around Trump's neck.
"That is so cool", Trump added as she raised the medal with one hand and draped her other around Gibb's and posed for photos.
With the selfie, which shows all three women huddled and smiling, Gibbs posted that despite differences in opinion, it's important to stay civil.