Ivanka Trump looks in high spirits on Air Force One

  • Ivanka, 35, and Arabella, six, and Theodore, one, were pictured getting on Air Force One yesterday
  • Her third child Joseph, three, and her husband Jared, were also thought to have been on the flight 
  • The Trumps arrived back in D.C. last night amid growing unrest over the President's views on the far right
  • President Trump was condemned by Ivanka's rabbi who oversaw her conversion to Judaism in New York
  • Ivanka took to Twitter herself to condemn racism and antisemitism following the recent violent attacks  

By Clemence Michallon For Dailymail.com and Darren Boyle for MailOnline and Associated Press

Published: 08:12 EDT, 21 August 2017 | Updated: 10:54 EDT, 21 August 2017

Ivanka Trump jetted back to Washington, D.C. last night aboard Air Force One as her father continued to deal with the growing Charlottesville crisis.

The first daughter carried her one-year-old son Theodore up the steps of the presidential aircraft in Morristown, New Jersey, while holding hands with her eldest daughter Arabella, six, after enjoying a family getaway at the family's golf club in Bedminster. 

President Donald Trump arrived to the capital a short time later with his wife Melania and their son Barron, returning from a 17-day vacation at the private estate.

Travels: Ivanka Trump boarded Air Force One in Morristown, New Jersey with her children Arabella and Theodore to jet back to Washington, D.C. last night as her father continued to deal with the growing Charlottesville crisis
Travels: Ivanka Trump boarded Air Force One in Morristown, New Jersey with her children Arabella and Theodore to jet back to Washington, D.C. last night as her father continued to deal with the growing Charlottesville crisis

Travels: Ivanka Trump boarded Air Force One in Morristown, New Jersey with her children Arabella and Theodore to jet back to Washington, D.C. last night as her father continued to deal with the growing Charlottesville crisis

Family: The first daughter carried her one-year-old son Theodore onto the presidential aircraft while holding hands with her eldest daughter Arabella, six
Family: The first daughter carried her one-year-old son Theodore onto the presidential aircraft while holding hands with her eldest daughter Arabella, six

Family: The first daughter carried her one-year-old son Theodore onto the presidential aircraft while holding hands with her eldest daughter Arabella, six

Matching:  Ivanka and her children were dressed in similar tones, with the first daughter opting for a white off-shoulder dress
Matching:  Ivanka and her children were dressed in similar tones, with the first daughter opting for a white off-shoulder dress

Matching:  Ivanka and her children were dressed in similar tones, with the first daughter opting for a white off-shoulder dress

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Ivanka and her children were all dressed in matching tones on Sunday, with the first daughter opting for a white off-shoulder dress, paired with matching flat sandals and pendant earrings.

Theodore donned a white shirt and sneakers, along with a pair of gray pants, while Arabella was dressed in a light-colored dress with a floral pattern and a navy blue Peter Pan collar.

Like her mother, Arabella wore white sandals, with a row of tiny flowers matching the pattern on her dress.

Later on Sunday, Ivanka took to Instagram to share a photo of Theodore, apparently exhausted by the trip. The little boy appeared to be sleeping peacefully with his thumb in his mouth, a stuffed bunny at his side.

Ivanka was previously seen with her husband, Jared Kushner, 36, and their third child Joseph, three, jetting off to Bedminster in New Jersey earlier this month. The president was then kicking off his 17-day sojourn at the golf club.

Jared and Ivanka were in Vermont for a two-day vacation while President Trump claimed there were 'very fine people' among the crowd of white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville. They were then expected back in Bedminster, a White House official told Politico.

Kids: Theodore donned a white shirt and sneakers, along with a pair of gray pants, while Arabella was dressed in a light-colored dress with a floral pattern and a navy blue Peter Pan collar 
Kids: Theodore donned a white shirt and sneakers, along with a pair of gray pants, while Arabella was dressed in a light-colored dress with a floral pattern and a navy blue Peter Pan collar 

Kids: Theodore donned a white shirt and sneakers, along with a pair of gray pants, while Arabella was dressed in a light-colored dress with a floral pattern and a navy blue Peter Pan collar 

Statement: The previous day, Ivanka took to social media to praise those who have stood against racism and antisemitism following the deadly white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville earlier this month
Statement: The previous day, Ivanka took to social media to praise those who have stood against racism and antisemitism following the deadly white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville earlier this month

Statement: The previous day, Ivanka took to social media to praise those who have stood against racism and antisemitism following the deadly white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville earlier this month

Message: On Saturday night, Ivanka (pictured boarding Air Force One with her children) tweeted: 'It was beautiful to see thousands of people across the U.S.A come together today to peacefully denounce bigotry, racism & anti-semitism'
Message: On Saturday night, Ivanka (pictured boarding Air Force One with her children) tweeted: 'It was beautiful to see thousands of people across the U.S.A come together today to peacefully denounce bigotry, racism & anti-semitism'

Message: On Saturday night, Ivanka (pictured boarding Air Force One with her children) tweeted: 'It was beautiful to see thousands of people across the U.S.A come together today to peacefully denounce bigotry, racism & anti-semitism'

Sleeping tight: Later on Sunday, Ivanka took to Instagram to share a photo of Theodore, apparently exhausted by the trip
Sleeping tight: Later on Sunday, Ivanka took to Instagram to share a photo of Theodore, apparently exhausted by the trip

Sleeping tight: Later on Sunday, Ivanka took to Instagram to share a photo of Theodore, apparently exhausted by the trip

The day before she touched down in D.C., Ivanka took to social media to praise those who have stood against racism and antisemitism following the deadly white supremacist rally that took place in Charlottesville earlier this month.

On Saturday night, she tweeted: 'It was beautiful to see thousands of people across the U.S.A come together today to peacefully denounce bigotry, racism & anti-semitism.'

She continued: 'We must continue to come together, united as Americans!' 

Ivanka had previously condemned the far right protesters in Charlottesville, in stark contrast to the reaction of her father.

She tweeted: 'There should be no place in society for racism, white supremacy and neo-nazis. We must all come together as Americans -- and be one country UNITED. #Charlottesville.'

Trump has faced condemnation over the length of time it took him to condemn neo-Nazi protesters in Charlottesville - even by Ivanka's rabbi, who publicly denounced the president for blaming 'both sides'. 

Ivanka converted to Judaism before her marriage to Jared in 2009.

Rabbi Haskel Lookstein of Congregation Kehilath Jeshurun, and other rabbis from the prominent modern Orthodox synagogue in Manhattan, said in a Facebook message that they were 'deeply troubled by the moral equivalency and equivocation' of Trump's reaction. 

Summering: Ivanka was previously seen with her husband, Jared Kushner, 36, and Theodore, jetting off to Bedminster in New Jersey. The president was then kicking off a 17-day vacation in his private golf club
Summering: Ivanka was previously seen with her husband, Jared Kushner, 36, and Theodore, jetting off to Bedminster in New Jersey. The president was then kicking off a 17-day vacation in his private golf club

Summering: Ivanka was previously seen with her husband, Jared Kushner, 36, and Theodore, jetting off to Bedminster in New Jersey. The president was then kicking off a 17-day vacation in his private golf club

All together: Jared and Ivanka (pictured with Theodore) also brought Arabella and three-year-old Joseph, who got off Air Force One that day with their grandfather, President Trump
All together: Jared and Ivanka (pictured with Theodore) also brought Arabella and three-year-old Joseph, who got off Air Force One that day with their grandfather, President Trump

All together: Jared and Ivanka (pictured with Theodore) also brought Arabella and three-year-old Joseph, who got off Air Force One that day with their grandfather, President Trump

Following: Arabella and Joseph walked along with the president earlier this month as they deboarded Air Force One at the start of his 17-day vacation in his Bedminster property
Following: Arabella and Joseph walked along with the president earlier this month as they deboarded Air Force One at the start of his 17-day vacation in his Bedminster property

Following: Arabella and Joseph walked along with the president earlier this month as they deboarded Air Force One at the start of his 17-day vacation in his Bedminster property

Relaxing: Ivanka shared this photo on Instagram earlier this month, two days after touching down in New Jersey. She captioned it: 'Girls night!'
Relaxing: Ivanka shared this photo on Instagram earlier this month, two days after touching down in New Jersey. She captioned it: 'Girls night!'

Relaxing: Ivanka shared this photo on Instagram earlier this month, two days after touching down in New Jersey. She captioned it: 'Girls night!'

Return: Donald Trump (pictured on Sunday) arrived back in Washington, D.C. following his vacation amid falling opinion poll ratings and harsh criticism 
Return: Donald Trump (pictured on Sunday) arrived back in Washington, D.C. following his vacation amid falling opinion poll ratings and harsh criticism 

Return: Donald Trump (pictured on Sunday) arrived back in Washington, D.C. following his vacation amid falling opinion poll ratings and harsh criticism 

Opinions: According to Gallup, Trump's approval rating has now hit 36 per cent with 58 per cent thinking he is a bad commander-in-chief
Opinions: According to Gallup, Trump's approval rating has now hit 36 per cent with 58 per cent thinking he is a bad commander-in-chief

Opinions: According to Gallup, Trump's approval rating has now hit 36 per cent with 58 per cent thinking he is a bad commander-in-chief

Lookstein oversaw Ivanka Trump's conversion to Judaism. He has only rarely commented on the president.

Separately, the Republican Jewish Coalition, which has supported Trump through earlier controversies, urged him 'to provide greater moral clarity in rejecting racism, bigotry and anti-Semitism.' Among the coalition's board members is Las Vegas casino magnate and GOP donor Sheldon Adelson, who eventually supported Trump.

The Republican Jewish Coalition said: 'The Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists are dangerous anti-Semites. There are no good Nazis and no good members of the Klan.' 

With the midterm elections approaching, some figures in the White House fear Trump's plummeting poll ratings could lose them control of Congress.  

GOP senators couldn't cobble together the 50 votes needed to pass a health care overhaul and that same math could continue to be a problem in the fall, as Republicans work on reforming the tax code, which is realistically the party's last opportunity to pass major legislation in 2017.

Tom Davis, a Republican state senator representing a coastal South Carolina district, said that when Trump can move beyond the crisis of the moment, he articulates policies that could help the country's economic situation. But Davis said Trump is also part of the reason not much progress has been made.

'To his discredit, he's been maddeningly inconsistent in advancing those policies, which is part of the reason so little has been accomplished in our nation's capital these past six months,' he said.

Mike Murphy, a veteran Republican strategist who most recently tried to help Jeb Bush win the 2016 GOP presidential primary, said the early optimism some Republicans felt about their ability to leverage Trump's presidency has all but evaporated in the days following the Charlottesville protests.

He added: 'Most party regulars have gone from an initial feeling of guarded optimism that Trump would be able to stumble along while Mitch (McConnell) and (Paul) Ryan do the big lifting and pass our Republican agenda to a current feeling of deep frustration and despair.' 

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